Any ideas for Christmas dinner?

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Registered: 03-20-2001
Any ideas for Christmas dinner?
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Tue, 12-13-2011 - 3:58am

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Have you already planned your Christmas dinner?

(I'm serving a simple version of my Thanksgiving dinner on Christmas:
as we went out to the buffet on Tday.
Ds want MY turkey. It will be just dh, me, ds and dil & Coffee)

Do you prepare something special on Christmas eve also?

(nothing special for dh and myself)

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 5:21am
Hilary, that is GRAND news! so happy for you having less guests, I can hear the relief in your voice! That's still a lot of food you are making. How big is your oven BTW? how will you make the ham, a turkey and some baked potatoe casserole in one oven? So how many people are coming to XMAS dinner then? Paper plates are still a good idea, makes it so much easier to get up and throw them away.

How many are arriving for the birthday party? that's not a dinner though is it?

Enjoy your clean laundry! Mine has just beeped also. TTYL
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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 5:22am
That is so nice that Tom gets a ham. They don't have those littel perks over here. Although, if you work full time for a German firm, you get a XMAS bonus (mandatory ) 1 month's salary. Not bad huh?
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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 5:27am

Hi FRAN! nice to see you.

I personally LOVE lasagne and would love to make one for XMAS dinner.

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 3:33pm
twig04 wrote:

Hi FRAN! nice to see you.

I personally LOVE lasagne and would love to make one for XMAS dinner.

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 3:54pm
gram2katnsam wrote:
twig04 wrote:

Hi FRAN! nice to see you.

I personally LOVE lasagne and would love to make one for XMAS dinner.

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 4:21pm
twig04 wrote:
That is so nice that Tom gets a ham. They don't have those littel perks over here. Although, if you work full time for a German firm, you get a XMAS bonus (mandatory ) 1 month's salary. Not bad huh?

Not bad at all! I'd rather get a month's salary than a ham!


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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 6:10pm
upanddownunder wrote:
gram2katnsam wrote:
twig04 wrote:

Hi FRAN! nice to see you.

I personally LOVE lasagne and would love to make one for XMAS dinner.

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 6:14pm
upanddownunder wrote:

Thinking I am having the last laugh here!

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 6:21pm
neverstopping wrote:
Most of my friends and family and I make lasagna without cooking the pasta first. Delicious and so much easier!! Here's a recipe, but you can use any sauce and add any meat or chicken or none or spinach or mushrooms or more cheese or less cheese or whatever you'd like........

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/easy-lasagna-i/

Hey YOU {{HUGS}}

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Wed, 12-14-2011 - 6:28pm
upanddownunder wrote:
neverstopping wrote:
Most of my friends and family and I make lasagna without cooking the pasta first. Delicious and so much easier!! Here's a recipe, but you can use any sauce and add any meat or chicken or none or spinach or mushrooms or more cheese or less cheese or whatever you'd like........

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/easy-lasagna-i/

Hey YOU {{HUGS}}

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