Holiday foods that you love the most.

lalalalove lalalalove
This will be our first holiday season where our son can actually eat with us, so I want to make our meals really great as he is a wonderful eater and loves a really wide variety of foods.

What dishes do you guys like the best on holidays, beside the ham and turkey?
07/20/2013
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Ansley Ansley
Oh I love it all, especially the rolls and green bean casserole. Mashed potatoes and a nice, rich brown gravy is also a must. I really get into the holiday baking part of it all as well -- snicker doodles, peppermint bark and that kind of thing.
07/23/2013
KiraCat KiraCat
In my family we all cook different things for holiday dinner. My dad makes dinner roles, my sister makes sweet potato pone, my mom cooks the turkey or ham (whatever we're having that year), my brother makes some kind of casserole and I make baked apples. Whatever is left we take turns making but those are the things we have every year so they are my favorite.
07/23/2013
shorejen9 shorejen9
My Dh and I have our own homemade stuffing recipe. It's to die for! We get the bread and make our own cubes with seasonings and make the stuffing from there. To be honest I could probably eat a full thanksgiving dinner every month that's not too hot! I love it all.
I make a butternut squash dish with maple syrup that my DH even eats and he doesn't care for squash! Super easy too!
07/24/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by shorejen9
My Dh and I have our own homemade stuffing recipe. It's to die for! We get the bread and make our own cubes with seasonings and make the stuffing from there. To be honest I could probably eat a full thanksgiving dinner every month that's not ... More
Is there any possible way I can get that recipe?!
07/24/2013
lalalalove lalalalove
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Originally posted by Ansley
Is there any possible way I can get that recipe?!
Lol, right!? That sounds so good.
07/26/2013
lalalalove lalalalove
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Originally posted by shorejen9
My Dh and I have our own homemade stuffing recipe. It's to die for! We get the bread and make our own cubes with seasonings and make the stuffing from there. To be honest I could probably eat a full thanksgiving dinner every month that's not ... More
I could totally eat a full Thanksgiving meal every month. Even when it's hot. Just crank up the A/C lol.
07/26/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by lalalalove
This will be our first holiday season where our son can actually eat with us, so I want to make our meals really great as he is a wonderful eater and loves a really wide variety of foods.

What dishes do you guys like the best on holidays, ... More
Candy Cane anything. Now they have ice cream, Oreo's, Hersey's Kisses, Pepperidge Farm cookies, you name it!!!
11/23/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Ansley
Oh I love it all, especially the rolls and green bean casserole. Mashed potatoes and a nice, rich brown gravy is also a must. I really get into the holiday baking part of it all as well -- snicker doodles, peppermint bark and that kind of thing.
Count me in for the peppermint bark. Yum.
11/23/2013
slynch slynch
Chrismas Day is spaghetti & meatballs with homemade sauce (multi-generation recipe).
12/21/2013
sXeVegan90 sXeVegan90
I loooove pecan pie...and all of the sweets I can actually eat.
12/21/2013
shcoo shcoo
Gingerbread!
12/25/2013
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