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    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.)
    IDK about Thanksgiving. We do Turkey Day w/ my wife's family and X-Mas with mine. My mom and her husband are both in their mid 70's. They're both stubborn and not about to change now. They protect each other. They are sheltered and it just would not be worth an engagement over food.

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    WTE bringing his A game to this thread

    I understand your wife, and love it. But you're right, it's not worth it.
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    Somebody needs to hijack his Tupperware while he's not looking.
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    Christmas Eve is seafood bake with clams, mussels, shrimp, crab, lobster, corn, sausage, veg...
    christmas day is turkey, ham, brussel sprouts, sweet potato, vegetables.
    New years day is prime rib, garlic mashed, veg, yorkshire pudding

    Generally the same every year


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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    Somebody needs to hijack his Tupperware while he's not looking.
    Take out the good stuff and leave a note that not everyone had their fill. So he would have to complain making him look like an even bigger dick.

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    Dave your beetroot avocado salad sounds interesting. I love me some beets.

    We have a ribeye roast, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, asparagus, homemade peppermint ice cream with hot fudge for desert. Christmas Eve will be traditional New Mexican fare. Enchiladas, tamales, beans, posole, etc. Green and red chile of course, home made tortillas, all that good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyBronco View Post
    Dave your beetroot avocado salad sounds interesting. I love me some beets.

    We have a ribeye roast, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, asparagus, homemade peppermint ice cream with hot fudge for desert. Christmas Eve will be traditional New Mexican fare. Enchiladas, tamales, beans, posole, etc. Green and red chile of course, home made tortillas, all that good stuff.
    Your christmas eve sounds amazing !!


    From your posts, am i right in saying that Turkey is not the most popular meal on Christmas day on your side of the atlantic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveaitken18 View Post
    Your christmas eve sounds amazing !!


    From your posts, am i right in saying that Turkey is not the most popular meal on Christmas day on your side of the atlantic?
    I think its pretty common, actually. Most folks I know think its weird that I eat roast beef; my wife had never heard of such a thing. Lasagna was her Christmas dinner
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveaitken18 View Post
    What is everybody having for Christmas dinner
    Thank you for asking about my Christmas dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post

    Thank you for asking about my Christmas dinner.

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    I'm amazed at how many folks are having Yorkshire Pudding.

    A few years ago we had a similar thread, and seems like most folks (besides Dread) didn't know what Yorkshire Pudding was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    I'm amazed at how many folks are having Yorkshire Pudding.

    A few years ago we had a similar thread, and seems like most folks (besides Dread) didn't know what Yorkshire Pudding was.
    Grandma is from Scotland. We have it every year, although I admit at first I thought it was the gravy and not the breaded "bowl".

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    I had to Google Yorkshire pudding. I've never had it.
    why you so serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    I'm amazed at how many folks are having Yorkshire Pudding.

    A few years ago we had a similar thread, and seems like most folks (besides Dread) didn't know what Yorkshire Pudding was.
    Your German apple pancake is making an encore performance at our house Thursday. My wife was boasting about it on facebook
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreadnought View Post
    Your German apple pancake is making an encore performance at our house Thursday. My wife was boasting about it on facebook
    That is one of my favorites.

    There is a "Pancake House" back home in Liberal Kansas that is an awesome breakfast diner. They do one there. I searched for years for a recipe that replicates their apple pancake. That one is it. The only different thing that the pancake house back home does is that they have a cinnamon syrup to put on it. It's a light syrup (not maple) reddish in color, and cinnamon flavored.
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