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Old 12-17-2007, 11:07 AM   #1
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I was watching the Food network and Tyler Florin said, “Thanksgiving is all about the Turkey but Christmas is all about the Prime rib.â€
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Old 12-17-2007, 11:17 AM   #2
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We dont' do a xmass dinner..we kind of graze..ham turkey sammies...
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We dont' do a xmass dinner..we kind of graze..ham turkey sammies...
What do you get the day after Christmas?
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We do alaska king crab on Christmas Eve and a rib roast with Yorkshire pudding on Christmas day.
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We'll do either prime rib, or some type of beef roast...
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Xmas eve is prime rib...Turkey is Xmas Day...ham too...
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Ham , Tamales...we have to have something to unwrap......
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We're doing a turkey this year for Christmas because my son hasn't had a home cooked turkey in 4 years. I'm also doing fresh & smoked kielbasa and my mom is bring a tray of lasagna. Should be some good eats!
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We dont' do a xmass dinner..we kind of graze..ham turkey sammies...
What do you get the day after Christmas?
Leftovers...don't forget the Polish Sausage.
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Well this year I got three free honey baked hams so we be eatin those. And I like to cook jambalaya.
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It depends on where we are and what they're having. We haven't had Christmas at home since sometime in the 1970s.

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(This year will be at our son's in Salinas CA. I haven't asked what we'll be eating.)
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It depends on where we are and what they're having. We haven't had Christmas at home since sometime in the 1970s.

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(This year will be at our son's in Salinas CA. I haven't asked what we'll be eating.)
CA....you might need my tofu recipe
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(This year will be at our son's in Salinas CA. I haven't asked what we'll be eating.)
CA....you might need my tofu recipe
Hmm, maybe I could talk them into letting me grill a Santa Maria tri-tip.

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Turkey on a big ol Fosters can for Xmas.
Christmas eve I am working so I guess it will be Subway.
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Were the ribs that bad?
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Whatever's on the menu at Denny's
Were the ribs that bad?
Thanks for asking Larry. The ribs were fine. I might need to try my BBQ Galore chicken holder for a Xmas chicken? That was one of the reasons I was late to cook them ribs. That and I accidentally did a "Magoo" and turned into the mall traffic. I might need to change my name to magoo eric if i do anymore bonehead things.

We never cook for Xmas. Too much work. In CA we'd go to Amy folk's house. Out here in VA, we're on our own. McDonalds is usually closed that day I might check out Arbys or something. Rumor has it that Amy might do some baking this weekend. She has plenty of stuff to do it. So might have some left over cookies for Xmas this year or do a chicken. Will keep you posted if you really care.
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Were the ribs that bad?
Thanks for asking Larry. The ribs were fine. I might need to try my BBQ Galore chicken holder for a Xmas chicken? That was one of the reasons I was late to cook them ribs. That and I accidentally did a "Magoo" and turned into the mall traffic. I might need to change my name to magoo eric if i do anymore bonehead things.

We never cook for Xmas. Too much work. In CA we'd go to Amy folk's house. Out here in VA, we're on our own. McDonalds is usually closed that day I might check out Arbys or something. Rumor has it that Amy might do some baking this weekend. She has plenty of stuff to do it. So might have some left over cookies for Xmas this year or do a chicken. Will keep you posted if you really care.
I was kididng about the ribs! You gotta WSM Eric, don't do McD's for X-mas dinner! There's all kinds of stuff you can cook, turkey, ham, rib roast, etc. Forget McDonald..............if you start planning and cooking now dinner should be ready by Christmas!
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Whatever's on the menu at Denny's
Were the ribs that bad?
Thanks for asking Larry. The ribs were fine. I might need to try my BBQ Galore chicken holder for a Xmas chicken? That was one of the reasons I was late to cook them ribs. That and I accidentally did a "Magoo" and turned into the mall traffic. I might need to change my name to magoo eric if i do anymore bonehead things.

We never cook for Xmas. Too much work. In CA we'd go to Amy folk's house. Out here in VA, we're on our own. McDonalds is usually closed that day I might check out Arbys or something. Rumor has it that Amy might do some baking this weekend. She has plenty of stuff to do it. So might have some left over cookies for Xmas this year or do a chicken. Will keep you posted if you really care.
I was kididng about the ribs! You gotta WSM Eric, don't do McD's for X-mas dinner! There's all kinds of stuff you can cook, turkey, ham, rib roast, etc. Forget McDonald..............if you start planning and cooking now dinner should be ready by Christmas![/quote:2r5vttzx]

Thanks Larry. I'm joking of course. I'd never eat McD on Xmas, but Denny's is a possibility. We're actually debating on doing a roadie to Carolina for some tasty food. We'll save her Ronco Ron-rip-off thing for New Years dinner.
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