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post #21 of 31 Old 12-26-2011, 11:27 AM
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Oh the martinis that we make with vanilla vodka! Yum!
Ahaha don't drink too much! LOL

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post #22 of 31 Old 12-26-2011, 11:28 AM
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Curry...
Get turkey.
Cube it, or however you want it.
Get two jars of curry sauce.
Get a slow cooker.
Put it all in.
30 mins later TA DAH.
Turkey curry lol

after all the effort that goes in to cooking christmas dinner, we have a week off with lazy dinners ;D
Sounds easy AND tasty! Can't wait to try it!

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post #23 of 31 Old 12-26-2011, 11:29 AM
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I made Turkey and Dumplings...they were a huge hit with my boyfriend. He made me make them twice.....he also said all of his buddies were drooling over them at lunch when he took left overs to work.
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turkey curry on rolls the next day is good too haha!

good job dad is cooking the bubble and squeak and I have a glass of wine in my hand or I'd be chewing a corner of my laptop =D
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And we are the oddballs - we went with ham this year instead. Tons of it. Other than split pea soup and sandwiches we also need to come up with a few things. The fun of being creative with left overs.

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must be a southern thing but we only have turkey and ham on thanksgiving, for Christmas we have BBQ and brunswick stew.
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And we are the oddballs - we went with ham this year instead. Tons of it. Other than split pea soup and sandwiches we also need to come up with a few things. The fun of being creative with left overs.

We normally do the ham christmas eve.. pea and ham soup OH MY I LOVE IT and ham is good for pies, with turkey or chicken, or with potato salad, or sandwhiches on soft white bread with mustard -drools-

I'm glad you have weather hot enough for a BBQ xD
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Well I am from the south. We have turkey on Thanksgiving and Christmas is PRIME RIB. YUM.

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We have turkey on Thanksgiving and Christmas is PRIME RIB. YUM.
We do both on Christmas, Prime is one of my favorite things about Christmas The turkey is for a couple family members that don't eat red meat. Lots of leftover turkey.

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post #30 of 31 Old 12-26-2011, 01:25 PM
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Never had prime rib on Christmas. Now we did have steak on Christmas Eve.

I grew up in the North and we rarely had turkey on Christmas. Usually our Christmas tradition tends to be Mom's mouth watering Lasagna and an old Polish recipe for shanda (sp?). Missed it this year since we didn't travel.

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