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Old 12-23-2020, 07:58 AM   #5
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We save those for New Year's Day. I suppose our holday meals have gotten a bit monotonous, because we always have the same things. But, when you ask them what they want, they answer the same thing each holiday.
Ditto here



Kids: Are we having prime rib and french onion soup for Christmas eve dinner?
Me: Sure, why not...


On christmas Beth makes her cinnabon clones (better, IMHO!) and I make my 5 cheese mac and cheese - 3 pans this year because I've a couple gluten intolerant guests... That was some gigantic bill for cheese!
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