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Old 12-17-07, 06:21 PM   #1
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Anybody having Honey Baked Ham this Christmas?

I'm ordering one for Christmas Eve dinner, then left overs on Christmas.
I'm not a big ham fan, but I like the Honey Baked Ham.
What are you Mofoo's doing for Xmas dinner?????
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Old 12-17-07, 06:26 PM   #2
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Honey Baked ham is going to be a player at casa de Jsharr. I loved to brown some up in a skillet and have a ham sandwich on toast with yellow mustard.

Alton Brown showed how to make a glazed baked ham at home on an episode of Good Eats. May try that some day as well.

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Old 12-17-07, 06:41 PM   #3
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Prime Rib for Xmas here.......


YUM!
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If I had my druthers that's what we would be having, but my daughter, her husband and his vegetarian, yoga teacher, dietary holier than thou mother, Moonbeam, are coming and they don't eat real food. The "feast" will be at my daughter's house. If it was at my house we would have an artery-clogging spread to make Paula Deen proud.
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Old 12-17-07, 06:45 PM   #5
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My oldest Niece is going to be having a Prime Tofu Rib BLEEEEEECH! I can't even imagine that!
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Prime Rib for Xmas here.......


YUM!
move than likely for me too.
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No, and I'll probably have something generic as in what is eaten everyday.
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Probably - or roast pork.
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Turkey & Pork

I will be cooking the pork SIL will be cooking the turkey, such a long journey, they bought the house across the street, so I can escape home for a while and watch the pork go round the rotisserie while I have a glass of sherry
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I'll probably be having the traditional pork, yuca, rice and black beans. YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!
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Well I am going to stuff at least a bulb of garlic in this pork.
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Well I am going to stuff at least a bulb of garlic in this pork.
I'm thinking you won't have any vampire problems.
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Also going to marinate, bought the marninade in publix in Orlando
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We're going out for Chinese.
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Only evil imperialist christian running dog infidels eat pigmeat.
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Then you wouldn't mind if I ate your pork chop?
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I always cook a baked ham for christmas, I love it!
we all do our share so we end up with prime rib, turkey and ham.. yummie!
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Infidels gotta eat too. Just be sure to leave your veil on at the dinner table.
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Old 12-18-07, 07:16 AM   #19
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Honey Baked Ham, which will be summarily cremated for hours by my elderly grandmother.

Sigh...
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My oldest Niece is going to be having a Prime Tofu Rib BLEEEEEECH! I can't even imagine that!
I like to try new things. I tried Tofu.


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will eat whatever the Parents in Law decide to cook for lunch on Christmas day. Then I'll be driving back home (5 hours, yuck) on Christmas night. Probably be steak, as that seems to be the traditional lunch/dinner there.
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We're having Christmas this Thursday with my in-laws. They came up from New Mexico over the weekend. We have a spiral ham thawing in the fridge now. As for Christmas day, I don't know what my folks are cooking. The tradition used to be chili, and oyster stew for dinner on Christmas eve.
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exactly. pass the bacon please.
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Only evil imperialist christian running dog infidels eat pigmeat.
Like Jsharr above:
would you mind passing that pork roast over to this infidel then?
mmmm....pork roast....especially when its glazed with cranberry sauce.....mmmmmm
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We're having Christmas this Thursday with my in-laws. They came up from New Mexico over the weekend. We have a spiral ham thawing in the fridge now. As for Christmas day, I don't know what my folks are cooking. The tradition used to be chili, and oyster stew for dinner on Christmas eve.
You lose 77 bazillion Foo points for using the words chili and ayster st0w that close together. I intentionally misspelled that second thing, just to try and keep the universe as we know it from decaying any further. I will be keeping a close eye on you from now on. Consider yourself warned.
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