Thursday, December 26, 2013

A giveaway to help you get ready for the new year

Because I was in a chocolate-induced stupor yesterday and never got around to preparing a post for today, 
and because I have two 2014 7MSN Ranch calendars left on my shelf, let's have a giveaway. 
Leave your answer to this question in the comments by 8 a.m. Mountain time Friday morning:
What did you eat for Christmas dinner?
Two winners will be selected at random, and I will mail you a calendar on Saturday.


p.s. I had pork tenderloin and roasted brussels sprouts and chocolate...too much chocolate.

139 comments:

  1. We had roast beast! And of course all the trimmings....and, yes, chocolate!

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  2. OMG! I honestly had pork tenderloin, roasted Brussels sprouts and rice. Too funny!

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  3. i had fried chicken, potato salad, cranberry sauce, baked beans and rolls..

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  4. We had roast "beast", smashed potatoes, asparagus, 7up biscuits, spiced peaches and Jam cake.

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  5. Oysters on the half shell, lobster tails, salad, cheese plate, rum cake. Champagne, wines, and special teas.
    Needless to say I didn't make this dinner but was invited by friends to share a Christmas meal. Chocolate did factor in as well. Ghirardelli chocolate and orange squares.
    I love the holidays!
    Best always,

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  6. Lasagna and way too many cookies!

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  7. Turkey and yams and corn and roast potatoes and mashed potatoes and grated carrots and dressing and lemon meringue pie - oh my!

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  8. Homemade soup and cornbread, little smokies, baked mac & cheese, pie(too much), fudge (even more than pie), dips, chips, veggies. Too much of everything.


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  9. Prime rib and turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, salad and my hubby's favorite, blueberry pie.
    Dawn Burzynski
    Tijeras,NM

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  10. I made a breakfast pizza and when that was gone we ate sausage and sauerkraut leftovers from the day before! CF from Texas.

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  11. Welll.....IHop Eggs, Bacon and Pumpkin Pancakes...I know, I know...

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  12. We had mushroom ravioli in alfredo sauce, mixed steamed vegetables & asiago cheese bread. Swedish tea ring pastry for dessert - wonderful!

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  13. Roast chicken, roast potatoes and carrots. Pecan pie and fudge. I must go ride my horse today.

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  14. Traditional holiday fare - turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, asparagus, sweet potatoes, etc., and etc.!! Tons of food that is now on my hips and thighs, and so worth it!

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  15. We had roast beef, an assortment of sides and "from scratch" angel food cake.

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  16. I made prime rib, mashed potatoes with gobs of butter, green beans from my summer garden, Christmas jello salad, and pumpkin cream cheese roll for dessert. Served with champagne left over from our son's wedding. Waste not, want not. :)

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  17. White veggie lasagna! And many, many, MANY appetizers before... blech.

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  18. We had Prime Rib, loving prepared by my hunky hubby. Mashed potatoes, gravy and mixed veg topped off a very nice Christmas Day for our family.

    thanks so much for your blog, your humor, and for this giveaway!

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  19. turkey, sweet potatoes, green beans dressing and salad

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  20. It was just a small gathering at my house, just my youngest son, my hubs and me, so we had MY fav meal. BBQ chicken drumsticks and homemade potato salad (and we eat it while it is still warm right after it has been mixed) with hawaiian rolls (love them). Then, many forms of chocolate and cookies and our fav desert strawberry shortcake with whipped cream!! The food was good, the company was the BEST!! Retta :-)

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  21. I'll tell you what I had when you tell me what chocolate you like: the darker or the sweeter/lighter kind?
    :-)

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  22. Grilled Salmon, sweet potatoes, baby peas, baby carrots, lemon poppyseed bread, sparkling juices, coconut cream pie, and cherry pie.

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  23. Happy Holidays!
    We had Italian pork roast(Porketta),Marscapone mashed potatoes, pasta salad,Cherry cranberry relish, Roasted Cauliflower with capers, raisins and breadcrumbs,Cheesy onion bread, and a salad of sliced oranges,red onion,Fennel,and olives.
    Pumpkin Bread pudding with Carmel sauce for dessert.
    Now I want some leftovers!

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  24. I would have liked some roast beast (this is just too cute to pass up!), but only if it had been loved to death.

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  25. Chicken, sweet potato, green beans and stuffing.

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  26. i cookeed my very first turkey, we had mashed potatoes, dressing, cranberry, sweet potatoes, spinach squares, and a pumpkin dish.

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  27. I'm house-sitting and spending Christmas with my granddog. My son's dad and his girlfriend delivered a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Best EX ever!

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  28. we had ham but one day I will make a salt encrusted prime rib.

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  29. I already have my 7MSN calendar, but I'll chime in anyway.
    Rib Roast
    Roasted Potatoes
    Roasted Beet, Sweet Potatoes, and Butternut Squash
    Green Beans
    Cranberry Relish
    Rolls with real butter
    Pumpkin and Apple Pies

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  30. Cookies, followed by meatballs, mashed potatoes, corn, carrots, fruit salad, two kinds of pie, and uh, more cookies. Oh and fudge, lots of fudge, so yep CHOCOLATE!
    It was awesome! Merry Christmas to all.




























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  31. I had Cajun chicken pasta.... and chocolate cookies.

    About 312 chocolate cookies - only 250 I ate openly, and the rest I snuck from the box every time I happened to wander near the kitchen.

    I don't think I fooled anyone, but my pride is still intact.

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  32. Baked ham, sweet potatoes, green beans, a whole lot of delicious desserts and of course some good New York Finger Lakes wine. I splurged yesterday, but back to eating better today :) Happy New Years!

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  33. We had ham, scalloped potatoes, pasta, corn, rolls and for dessert apple pie and chocolate. Janice

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  34. Shared dinner at my brothers with five different kinds of wurst, sauerbraten, spatzle, sauerkraut, green beans, green jello, warm German potato salad and rye bread. All followed up with chocolate from their trip to the Ukraine. Too much good food for sure.

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  35. Chicken Alfredo, veggies and brownies!

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  36. Spiral sliced ham, pineapple, cranberry, copper carrots, mashed potatoes (forgot the gravy), homemade rolls, green beans,sweet potato pie, an egg nog pound cake, peanut butter cookies, and chocolate! Yum yum.

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  37. Ham or turkey sandwiches, green beans, corn, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, peanut butter and pumpkin pie.

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  38. would love a calendar...
    we skipped the work and just made stuffing in a pot. Shrimp, snacks, chocolate cake, not a veg in sight! Holidays are for naughty eating! Adult beverages and eggnog!

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  39. Eggs, bacon, fried potatoes, biscuits & gravy, it was so good!

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  40. My Mom ended up in hospital so while visiting her, I had Chicken Kiev, rice and steamed veg. When I go home - I had a glass of pink Moscato wine and chocolate.

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  41. Creole spiced grilled tilapia, fresh corn, lima beans, and black-eyed peas with cornbread and sweet tea :) Patti

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  42. Chicken parmesan
    Roasted root veggies
    Salad
    Lots of other stuff

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  43. Half a roast beef sandwich, lil' smokies, potato salad, chicken & dumplings, coconut cake, Mt. Dew...can you tell it was pot luck?!

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  44. We had lasagna with garlic bread and candy cane cookies for dessert.

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  45. Salt encrusted prime rib, mashed potatoes, pea, parsnips, salad w/pears and blue cheese, mincemeat pie with whipped cream. yummy!

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  46. Roast beef, roast corgi (oops...just kidding), scallops in sherry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, green beans, brussel sprouts roasted in seasoned olive oil with red grapes, green salad, whole wheat rolls, vin, poppy seed cake with the custard that should have been in between the cake layers in ramekins, instead, because it was too runny! (Burp!)

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  47. After chocolate for breakfast and lunch, we had split pea soup and salad for dinner. Of course, pie for dessert and chocolate snacks for the drive home! Happy Boxing Day and Merry Christmas!

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  48. Chicken Cacciatore, a tossed salad, whole wheat rolls, peach pie a la mode for dessert.

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  49. Shirl Hallock12/26/13, 10:59 AM

    For Christmas dinner we had: Ham(basted with rum), sweet potato casserole, fried oysters, raw oysters(for those who would indulge), yeast rolls, garden salad. We indulged in wine for our beverage.

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  50. Which one? grin

    First was lighter fare - quiche, various salads, bourbon fruit salad...

    Second was ham, scalloped potatoes, steamed brocolli and cauliflower, lots of different cookies.

    Yum!

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  51. Steamed little neck clams dipped in butter for starters, followed by a 3# lobster dipped in butter and way too much chocolate!
    Montanasmama

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  52. I had Crab, smoked oysters, halibut, pork roast, braised beef, Asian salad, Japanese tuna ceviche, deviled eggs and twice baked potatoes. Dessert was caramel sticky rice, raspberry cream pie and Christmas crack. I have pics to prove all of this.

    /Barb in Oregon

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  53. Potato pancakes (latkes), roasted brussel sprouts, smoked salmon, baked sweet onion, rolls and burned dessert :-).

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  54. We had Smoked Turkey and dressing, Broccoli casserole, mashed potato's and gravy Sweet potato's and the best of all DUMP CAKE!
    Merry Christmas!

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  55. Dark Creek Farm12/26/13, 11:42 AM

    Roast heritage turkey, roast veggies, mashed yam with maple syrup, mashed sweet potato, bread stuffing, roast apple and onion stuffing, homemade cranberry jelly...

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  56. Sherry in WV12/26/13, 11:43 AM

    Because most of those that were coming for Christmas got sick we had to reschedule for Saturday.
    So we had Paul Newman's pizza and salad for dinner and Yummy Chocolate pound cake.
    The turkey with all the fix in's will be Saturday....drooling as I type this.
    Happy New Year to all.

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  57. Roast heritage turkey, roast veggies (potatoes, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, carrots), mashed yams with maple syrup, mashed sweet potato, bread stuffing, apple and onion stuffing, turkey drippings gravy...

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  58. Brussel sprouts are all the rage now. I think I may have to try them again...we had roast beef, potatoes and carrots and cheesecake. It was very tasty and hearty.

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  59. Starter - Lentil soup & petit pain. Main - roast turkey with gingerbread & cranberry/sausage stuffings, gravy, roast & mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, Brussels sprouts with chestnuts & pancetta. Dessert - baked cheesecake & raspberries. Lubricant - Chianti. Supper - oatcakes & garlic crackers with Camembert, Cheddar, Wensleydale with ginger, Wensleydale with apricots, Cabot (soft cheese coated in oatmeal), blue Stilton & grapes; lubricated by White Port. Whew! F-A-T!!!

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  60. We had goatcheese with bacon, pork with cranberrycompote, green beans, pears cooked in red wine and cinnamon icecream and vanilla icecream with cranberrysauce. And lots of choclate.

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  61. Prime Rib, Twice baked potatoes with crabmeat, Asparagus, and a caramelized onion -mushroom tart.... no room for anything else! I loved reading the other menus.... Hey, lets do a cookbook!!!!

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  62. I made pulled pork in pineapple juice and BBQ sauce in the crock pot and we put it on hoagie rolls with pickles and onions for dinner. Nom!

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  63. We had roast lamb with gravy and potatoes with homemade pomegranate jelly, and a salad. Then there were homemade coolies for dessert with tangerine ice!

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  64. I made sweet potato black bean chili, which was fabulous, along with spinach dip, swiss cheese spread toasts, and lots of cookies. It was great!

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  65. I had roast duck, asparagus casserole, potatoes and duck gravy, brussel sprouts roasted in duck fat, crescent rolls and hickory nut cake.

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  66. Hotel Prime rib with twice baked gouda potatoes. Always a fresh piece of salmon to go along with it. Sounds like 7MSN had a delicious meal also! Best wishes for 2014 for all the lovable inhabitants of 7MSN!

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  67. Ham, mashed potatoes, carrots, and salad. The best part is my friends came over and cooked for me! Of course I had just hosted the Christmas Eve party.

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  68. Enchiladas, tamales,taquitos, chips and queso... and beans. What can we say....we grew up in California before moving to the south.
    Happy new year everyone.
    Lisa G in TN.

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  69. Sure I missed the deadline as I just got on the computer, but I had pasties (that I got the crust right for the first time, German Potato salad, cole slaw, cucumbers in water/vinegar/sugar and Blueberry Torte....Very unconventional dinner, but food from my childhood that I was looking to do as a change up from the regular...Everyone loved the food and the nostalgia....
    Love from NC

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  70. Lasagna, Salad and Wine.
    ok, and Cherry Pie.

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  71. Roast Turkey breast, Herbed cornbread dressing, brown rice, butter beans, carrots and potato gallette. At the end, my mother and I looked at ourselves and laughed ... no dessert!

    I was supposed to make a rum cake today, but the weather wasn't kind to my head. I also have the ingredients for Baklava ... and I think it is going to win!

    So what kind of chocolate did you have?

    M in NC

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  72. Since my sweetie just came home from the hospital, we opted for Chinese take-out:

    Sesame Chicken
    Cashew Chicken
    Sautéed String Beans
    Fried Rice
    My mom's sugar cookies

    Yum!

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  73. I had a peanut butter and jam sandwich, and not enough chocolate!
    Claire
    c7lonergan@rogers.com

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  74. My Christmas dinner was: prime rib, potatoes, cream corn, apple pie. This menu was from someone who has not cooked a lot and hoped everything came out ok. I was so afraid I would kill the prime rib (expensive!!!) if I say so myself, I surprised myself it was perfect. Thank goodness.

    Helen hhollinger@twcny.rr.com

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  75. We had turkey, mashed taters, green bean casserole, mac&cheese, gravy, pumpkin pie with handmade whipped cream, banana pudding & cheesecake

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  76. I was working and hadn't planned any Christmas dinner. We had celebrated my mom's 86th birthday the week before so that was to have been my "Christmas". BUT on Christmas afternoon while I worked (at home as you do) I heard my son's car arrive at the gate. Expecting some family disaster, I raced outside to be greeted by a 3 year old ninja turtle (he was sooo cute) and ... (drum roll) Christmas Dinner!! My son and his son the ninja delivered a full meal of roast meat and fresh veges. TWO desserts, some Christmas cake, a few chocolates AND a bottle of beer!! It was quite honestly the nicest present I received this year!! Best Wishes for your festive season! Heather from New Zealand

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  77. We had hamburgers and french fries at one house and Papa Johns Pizza at the other house. We spent more time enjoying the presents and LESS time cleaning up the kitchen. We did have home made apple pie and cherry pie!

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  78. We had home grown and smoked ham, provided by my brother, and Key Lime pie.

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  79. Prime Rib, potatoes, spinach salad and way too many cookies.

    Betsy

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  80. Wow! Let's all get together for a potluck!

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  81. Fried turkey and dressing, mash potatoes, cream corn, green beans, mac and cheese, and candied yams. No room for cookies and cake!

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  82. We got (Northern East) Indian take out the day before and saved it for dinner on the 25th.

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  83. We had lasagna and cookies, lots and lots of cookies!

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  84. Italian.....meatballs with red sauce..pasta..Italian beans and lots of desserts....with way too much chocolate..!!

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  85. Lol 83 answers for a freebee... What a greedy nation we are lol or...., we like your blog!!!!

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  86. Roast beef, green beans, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, cherry pie. Yum.

    Julia

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  87. We had roast chicken and "Christmas Salad" (red peppers, asparagus, feta and almonds). Oh, and rather A LOT of Christmas pudding with brandy butter. Yum!

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  88. Thanks to you, Carson dear, we discovered the Pioneer Woman. Roasted Beef Tenderloin, Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Glazed Carrots, Home Made Egg Bread Rolls, and Tart Apple Crumble with Vanilla Ice Cream.

    The dog got to lick the cutting board and the sheep got some whole oats as a treat!

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  89. Cornish game hens, roasted potatoes, cauliflower/broccoli.

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  90. Pork roast, potatoes, corn, broccoli, and a wonderful chocolate-peppermint trifle for dessert!

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  91. We had leftovers from Christmas eve, we ate with our daughter then and she sent home lots of leftovers. It was Cuban food.

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  92. We had meat sauce and spagetti, canned corn, salad and garlic bread. It was delicous because my daughter did all the cooking! We brought pretzels that were half dipped in chocolate for dessert. I've been eating dessert by the handfuls ever since!

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  93. I has pork loin with mashed potatoes, corn and gravey.

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  94. Chicken tetrazzini, pear and romaine salad,oodles of desserts and (of course, I'm a Kentuckian) bourbon!

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  95. Not sure my first one posted.. We had prime rib, oven roasted carrots and twice baked potatoes. First time doing a prime rib and it turned out delicious! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  96. I already got one from Santa b/c I've been a good girl but you know how I hate to feel left out! I did all the cooking this year and we had the traditional chicken spaghetti that I always had growing up. My child doesn't like but we can't change tradition b/c of that!!
    Cheers everyone!!

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  97. We had lasagna, garlic bread, and green beans. Yum!

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  98. Lasagna, brocolli casserole, slice of bread slathered in butter... salad ~ dessert: mississippi mud pie, magic squares...

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  99. I had spiral ham,scalloped taters, mac and cheese, corn, rolls and lots of homemade candy - yum!

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  100. Turkey, mashed potatoes, walnuts and beans, stuffing and LOTS OF PUMPKIN PIE!!

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  101. I love the Christmas dinners are so crazy different!

    We had polenta with roasted eggplant in putanesca sauce, seared scallops and the best white wine I ever drank… in my life. and a few cookies.

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  102. Baked ham and too many desserts

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  103. I had prime rib, grape salad, cheesecake, macaroni and cheese, and so much more. I ate way too much food, but loved the company we had over.

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  104. Tofurkey with dressing, spinach madeline, roasted brussel sprouts with cranberries and balsamic glaze, mashed potatoes, and chocolate pie!

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  105. Carson,
    I already have one calendar but have a friend who would love it almost as much as me!
    Thanks again,
    Deb
    Viola, Ks

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  106. Roast chicken and all the trimmings and buckets of chocolate .

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  107. Rice and beans, and potato chips and hot cocoa.

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  108. We had steak and leftovers from all our pre-Christmas celebrations. More importantly we had wonderful crime brûlée French toast. Yummy!

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  109. We actually had brunch of ham, pancakes, French toast casserole (YUUUUMMMMM), chorizo, and some good luck posole!

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  110. My mom made a lovely prime rib, rolls, potatoes, and green beans. Then we ate way too many cookies. Still eating those, as a matter of fact.

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  111. I am surprised to see I wasn't the only one who had lasagna for dinner on Christmas. Jan

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  112. Lets see I had ham, yams, mashed potatoes, rolls, broccoli and gravy oh lots of gravy. Love your blog and love the animals Happy New Year.
    Heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  113. Already have one.....purchased it several weeks ago, didn't want to miss out.

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  114. We had a relaxing day and took the day off from cooking. Left over stroganoff and Christmas cookies!

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  115. Eating Christmas dinner at Cristiana Campbell's Tavern in Colonial Williamsburg, VA, I had Turkey, giblet dressing, gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, root vegetables, Spoon Bread, Goucester Cheddar Cheese Soups, sweet potato muffins, and Sweet Potato-Apple Turnover, coffee and hot spiced apple cider with rum (hey, it was 29 degrees outside and a gal has to warm herself).

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  116. Turkey/trimmings prepared by our dear friends.

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  117. Roast beef, Yorkshire puddings, garlic potato gratin, and sautéed green beans! Delicious!

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  118. fresh baked rolls with French cheese and British mincemeatpies!
    Els from Amsterdam

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  119. I worked so on Christmas Day I had McDonalds... it was the only thing open so the hubby brought me some. Not the best thing to eat but better than not eating for 12 hours. 1/4 pounder, fries and Coke. For dessert I had a lovely bit of cheesecake that a kind guest at our hotel brought down to the desk for the staff.

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  120. Turkey and all the trimmings, since family wasn't around at Thanksgiving! We became first time grandparents on Dec. 10th to a grandson! :)

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  121. Turkey, stuffing, rice, gravy, cranberry sauce, potato salad, corn on the cob, Chinese chicken salad, pumpkin pie, cookies, and a brownie. Too much!

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  122. We had spaghetti bolognese! No wanted to go the ham or turkey route so we opted for something different!

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  123. Prime rib, sweet potatoes, creamed spinach, cranberry salad, rhubarb-cherry pie ala mode.

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  124. Homemade Zuppa Toscana - Italian potato and sausage soup with kale. And lots of treats from the stockings...

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  125. How did i miss this post yesterday?? Must be still in a fog.
    Shrimp, Ham, Scalloped potatoes, Scalloped Oysters, Broccoli, Cauliflower, My homemade applesauce, Too much wine and too many cookies!

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  126. We were traveling because of a death in the family and Denny's was the ONLY place open once our plane landed. I had telapia with veggies. Not the Christmas feast I had hoped for but we were starving at 9:00 pm (which was really 11 pm home time).

    Do you give out calendars for the least festive dinner? ;)

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  127. I made steamed crab legs, tossed salad and dinner rolls. My daughter-in-law brought dessert. We had all kinds of snacks before serving dinner!

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  128. New Mexican buffet at my ABQ sister-in-law's but
    mainly I remember the chocolate chip cookies :-)

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  129. We had ham, hash brown potato casserole, salad, and bubble bread! Marsha.kern@yahoo.com

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  130. I had a hot dog and chips!

    Anna in Phx

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  131. Um, candy. Homemade toffee to be exact. What? Chocolate is a food group!

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  132. Spinach Lasagna...so yummy. The sides were 'pot luck': scalloped potatoes, green bean bundles, artichoke hearts salad, and olive bread. Oh, and brownies for dessert.

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  133. We had Italian Wedding Soup! Not our usual Christmas feast but, it was the 1st cool day here in Florida! :)

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  134. Smoked turkey, mashed potatos and stuffing, apple pie with whipped cream...

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  135. I had roast chicken with all the trimmings and pumpkin pie for dessert .

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  136. Roast turkey with savory dressing, cranberry jelly, turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, squash, carrots and parsnips, mincemeat pie, and a selection of shortbread and other fancy cookies baked by my daughter.

    Whoa, no wonder the scales have crept upwards.

    Laurie in frozen NB, Canada

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  137. We had ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, and pistachio torte. Excellent!

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