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    Actually I think it sounds yummy
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    Oyster stuffing. My great aunt used to make it, but no one knows her recipie.

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    King Cake

    We always do "breakfast for dinner" on Christmas Eve.

    I always make Æbleskiver for my wife (& now daughter) on Christmas morning -- have to have the lingonberry jam with it.

    We almost always have done a TurDukEn for dinner, only doing ham this year since I am working mids on Christmas Eve & the 25th ...

    Merry Christmas all.
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    Christmas Eve pierogies.

    The Best!!

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    Well, you can’t go wrong with cocktail weenies! They taste as good as they look, and they come in this delicious red sauce. It looks like ketchup, it tastes like ketchup, but brother, it ain’t ketchup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalwart View Post
    I always make Æbleskiver for my wife (& now daughter) on Christmas morning -- have to have the lingonberry jam with it.
    That's very Danish of you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalwart View Post
    King Cake

    We always do "breakfast for dinner" on Christmas Eve.

    I always make Æbleskiver for my wife (& now daughter) on Christmas morning -- have to have the lingonberry jam with it.

    We almost always have done a TurDukEn for dinner, only doing ham this year since I am working mids on Christmas Eve & the 25th ...

    Merry Christmas all.
    Had Æbleskiver and gløgg at a Danish Christmas party when I was stationed at Thule in '01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    Well, you can’t go wrong with cocktail weenies! They taste as good as they look, and they come in this delicious red sauce. It looks like ketchup, it tastes like ketchup, but brother, it ain’t ketchup!
    Well, there can't be too many better testimonials for a food item than, "It ain't ketchup!"
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    And I know someone already said it, but Egg Nog!

    Egg nog is a time machine that returns me to the Christmases of my childhood.





    Merry Christmas to the few of y'all who are still here at the MT Forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDER56 View Post
    And I know someone already said it, but Egg Nog!

    Egg nog is a time machine that returns me to the Christmases of my childhood.





    Merry Christmas to the few of y'all who are still here at the MT Forums.
    What kind of whiskey is good with egg nog?

    Seems like some Kentucky Bourbon would go with it.
    All behold that fancy strutting peacock, the bake sale diva...

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