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What do you eat on Christmas
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19 / M / Playing Joust
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Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/9/14
Apart from a copious amount of chocolate and cookies. Whatever the parentals make.
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26 / M / USA
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Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/9/14
Prime Rib Roast with Roasted Vegetable Medley of Red Potatoes,Carrots, and Shallots.

EDIT: And Gravy
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That Profile Pix with this topic, Perfect.
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F / Earth Realm
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Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/10/14
Christmas w/ my family...Tamales, Duck, various side dishes, desserts and alcoholic beverages . Going to find a recipe
that requires the use of Mexican Hot chocolate, Kaluha, and Baileys Cherry Chocolate...not sure yet.
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M / Tralfamadore
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Vichyssoise, turkey, stuffing, mashed turnips(with apple sauce and a little brown sugar), mashed potatoes, gravy, assorted steamed vegetables, cauliflower in a white sauce, for dessert Christmas pudding with rum sauce.
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23 / M / Around
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Every year it's something different, but I can tell you it's food!
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Food.
Most obvious and generic answer.
FOOOOOD.
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28 / F / SC
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hm idk probably leftovers or i may cook up some taters and steak and asparagus

or finally make that chicken confetti lol
Posted 12/9/14 , edited 12/10/14
Normal food, pretty much. That and lot's of candy.
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35 / M / Jersey City, NJ
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My family cooks a ham since we get one for free if we spend so much money food shopping at the supermarket.
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Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/10/14
Since we don't have thanksgiving here there was no turkey or other large poultry celebratory dinner before the christmas holidays. I'l probably have ham and freshly baked bread for breakfast. I'm with friends for christmas lunch/dinner and we plan on having a whole roast salmon again since one is vegetarian, well really pescatarian. If I want turkey/other poultry I may have that some days later of for the new year. I bake cakes for friends and family around this time of the year (except fruit cake). Mother also goes crazy baking lots of fruit cakes and does a tour around England to present them to various family members before she leaves the country for sunny climes. She's delayed her seasonal migration so far because she's babysitting so I haven't had to deal with the fruit cake as yet. She soaks the dried fruit for a year or more in rum before she uses it in her cakes.
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M / Florida
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Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/10/14
Chipotle, Macaroni Grill, Taco Bell, etc. Anything that sounds good unless I'm forced to make something at home. If that's the case then I'm heating up some Tostino's Pizza and sipping on some Razzleberry or Snowberry Peace Tea.
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31 / F
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Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/10/14
Turkey and ham both, homemade macaroni and cheese, stuffing, green bean casserole (with onion ring bits and cream of mushroom soup), mashed potatoes.
Posted 12/24/14 , edited 12/24/14
We're having this coconut gelatin for tonight's desert.
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Posted 12/24/14 , edited 12/24/14
^ I need that in my mouth now!!
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