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GEAUXT
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Member since Nov 2007
23874 posts

What's your Christmas menu?
Appetizers: meats, cheeses, assorted things like that

Proteins: glazed ham, rotisserie turkey

Sides: mushrooms au gratin, sweet potato casserole, green beans, salad, rolls

Desserts: still ironing this out

Also making a Christmas punch with rum, apple Jack, and a few other things


RhineEaux
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2009
447 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
We usually do the usual (gumbo, pot salad, etc) or the big Holliday potluck.

Since we’ve started hosting at our house: last year was brunch/breakfast.

This year I got a whole tenderloin. Gonna Sous Vide it and sear off. Horseradish mashed potatoes, roasted veggies. Rest of the fam will bring other apps, sides and desserts.
This post was edited on 12/23 at 8:48 am


Saskwatch
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Feb 2016
4445 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Smoked boneless leg of lamb, creamed spinach, and roasted herb fingerling potatoes.


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t00f
New Orleans Saints Fan
Eating square cut pizza in the zone
Member since Jul 2016
21225 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Cougar Cheese, shrimp dip, crawfish dip, misc fruit, other cheeses

Gumbo

Potatoes , green peas, stuffing

Pecan pie, sweet patoatoe pie

IPA. BA stout wine for the other peeps


thegreatboudini
McNeese State Fan
Member since Oct 2008
4006 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Not hosting, so all I’m doing is crawfish cornbread muffins. Bringing Cajun culture to central Texas.


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cj35
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Member since Jan 2014
3996 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
A elderly friend (93 yo) of mine with no family was brought to the ER and admitted to the hospital with congestive heart failure, pneumonia, and dehydration yesterday. So I will be spending the holiday weekend and Christmas day in the hospital with him. Therefore my Christmas menu will be at the mercy of the hospital cafeteria. yum.


Panny Crickets
LSU Fan
Fort Worth, TX
Member since Sep 2008
3883 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Chicken and sausage gumbo, potato salad, green salad

Smoked brisket, oyster dressing, desserts that the wimmenz are in charge of.

Like toof, IPA, BA Stouts. Champagne early, then white and red burgundy with charcuterie. Cab and red blends with the meal.



t00f
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Member since Jul 2016
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re: What's your Christmas menu?


Panny Crickets
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Fort Worth, TX
Member since Sep 2008
3883 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Toof, what this is?

quote:

Cougar Cheese




Panny Crickets
LSU Fan
Fort Worth, TX
Member since Sep 2008
3883 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
God bless you, cj35.


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t00f
New Orleans Saints Fan
Eating square cut pizza in the zone
Member since Jul 2016
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re: What's your Christmas menu?
Image: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/aa/41/3f/aa413fd4623018d0cca6114057f900ec.jpg


Cougar Gold®
Our most famous & popular cheese! Winner of several national and international awards. A rich, white cheddar with a smooth, firm texture. This unique cheddar has a depth and intensity that most people have never before experienced. Its creamy, lingering flavor will leave you wanting for more! Our current stock of Cougar Gold is just over one year in age. Buy 2 and store one for aging, as it becomes more sharp and crumbly with age, developing crystals throughout, which can give it kind of a crunch.

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Panny Crickets
LSU Fan
Fort Worth, TX
Member since Sep 2008
3883 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Well, sh!t. Thanks for the info.


VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Oak Hill, VA
Member since Dec 2007
21632 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Smoked Prime Rib
Smoked Salmon
Mashed potatoes
Green bean casserole
Roasted brussel sprouts
Cream cheese pie for dessert


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MNCscripper
USA Fan
Alligator Bayou
Member since Jan 2004
9840 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Christmas Eve:

Stuffed mushrooms
Corn dip
Seafood gumbo
Potato salad

Christmas Day:

Charcuterie plate
Dips
Stuffed Turkey
Green beans


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Shingo
USA Fan
Sin cty
Member since Sep 2010
1080 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Christmas Eve (lunch) at the in laws with maw maws seafood gumbo

Christmas at my house grilled filets w blue cheese butter, twice baked potatoes, asparagus, rolls

Yes. Fatty


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Tiger Ryno
Houston Astros Fan
#WoF
Member since Feb 2007
88224 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
17 lb bone in prime rib on the yoder smoker. 14 lb. Turkey. Raw fish cornbread and assorted sides and desserts. Wine and beer.


t00f
New Orleans Saints Fan
Eating square cut pizza in the zone
Member since Jul 2016
21225 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Raw fish cornbread will get ya going.


gmrkr5
LSU Fan
NC
Member since Jul 2009
13820 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Seafood gumbo tonight, chicken and andouille gumbo tomorrow... iverstine ham and whatever sides the wife is making Monday

And lots of bourbon, beer, and red wine
This post was edited on 12/23 at 11:32 am


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Potchafa
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the AP (Avoyelles)
Member since Jul 2016
381 posts

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Dave Worth
LSU Fan
Metairie
Member since Dec 2003
1473 posts

re: What's your Christmas menu?
Christmas Eve is just the wife and I. I used to do a gumbo with Thanksgiving turkey leftovers (frozen of course). Lately I’ve been doing Italian. This year will be cicken parm. I’ll have some old fashioneeds and open a nice bottle from one of our Napa trips.

Christmas family comes over. I usually either grill a turkey or tenderloin. This year we got a Turducken from Chris’ market. Never had one and want to try it.

I’ll also do baked macaroni, mashed potatoes and gravy, biscuits and cranberry. The turducken has stuffing.

I also usually bake pecan pies but feeling lazy this year. We’ll get one already made.


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