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    Quote Originally Posted by OB View Post
    I use a mixer and my potatoes are bomb - you just cant over mix
    You shall ruin everybody's Christmas dinner with your gummy potatoes.

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    Nobody wants lumpy mashed potatoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff View Post
    Nobody wants lumpy mashed potatoes.
    I know. Me neither. I use a mixer too. I'm just trolling the Christmas Dinner thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post
    I know. Me neither. I use a mixer too. I'm just trolling the Christmas Dinner thread.
    Very well then, as you were!

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    I am thinking salmon and prawn parcels to start

    I will have a spicy beetroot and avocado salad or maybe garlic mushrooms and roasted peppers.

    Usual Turkey dinner (i will have this without the Turkey)

    Eton mess or sherry trifle for dessert.

    Maybe going to chuck in a weird pineapple with cracked pepper course while I am at it.

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    Our traditional Christmas meal is a bone-in prime rib roast. Yorkshire pudding, garlic mashed potatoes, and my wife's special red wine sauce/gravy.

    Homemade pecan pie, and fruitcake for dessert.

    A German apple pancake for breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    Our traditional Christmas meal is a bone-in prime rib roast. Yorkshire pudding, garlic mashed potatoes, and my wife's special red wine sauce/gravy. Homemade pecan pie, and fruitcake for dessert. A German apple pancake for breakfast.
    Holy crap.

    I'd trade my family's Thanksgiving turkey meal on T-Day and Xmas all day long for that.

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    Yorkshire pudding is on my menu

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    Dave, I just confirmed that we're having stuffed mushrooms as a starter. Will keep you posted as I hear more.

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    My mom's husband (Stepfather) is kinda a dick when it comes to our family potluck Christmas dinner. He always brings his own Tupperware containers and will pack his "to go" package of leftovers before everybody has finished their meals!

    In other words, he always wants to make sure the complete meal is available to him even if a family member hasn't had their fair share yet. I have sen him pack the rare prime rib pieces away before everyone has sat down.

    My wife is infuriated with this practice and I fear she will snap soon.

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    Baked Halibut, crab cornbread dressing, steamed carrots and Hawaiian sweet rolls
    why you so serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post
    My mom's husband (Stepfather) is kinda a dick when it comes to our family potluck Christmas dinner. He always brings his own Tupperware containers and will pack his "to go" package of leftovers before everybody has finished their meals!

    In other words, he always wants to make sure the complete meal is available to him even if a family member hasn't had their fair share yet. I have sen him pack the rare prime rib pieces away before everyone has sat down.

    My wife is infuriated with this practice and I fear she will snap soon.
    Dick move

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriotsGuy View Post
    Dick move
    He's been like that for many, many years. I prefer just to keep a low profile b/c if I say something all hell will break loose.

    I warned my wife to just let him be a dick but I am not sure she can keep quiet much longer, especially if she has a couple glasses of wine.

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    Take video if she goes off

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post
    My mom's husband (Stepfather) is kinda a dick when it comes to our family potluck Christmas dinner. He always brings his own Tupperware containers and will pack his "to go" package of leftovers before everybody has finished their meals!

    In other words, he always wants to make sure the complete meal is available to him even if a family member hasn't had their fair share yet. I have sen him pack the rare prime rib pieces away before everyone has sat down.

    My wife is infuriated with this practice and I fear she will snap soon.
    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post
    He's been like that for many, many years. I prefer just to keep a low profile b/c if I say something all hell will break loose.

    I warned my wife to just let him be a dick but I am not sure she can keep quiet much longer, especially if she has a couple glasses of wine.
    Do they host Thanksgiving? He probably feels like that's his entitlement for hosting, even though it's still a dick move. But if he neither hosts nor prepares the meal, then you have to put an end to that! (I'd probably tell my mom to confront him if I were you.)

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