What is usually your main dinner course Christmas Day or Eve?

With a constant barrage of conflicts, disagreement, and bad news, it is time for a light Christmas post!


What will be your main entree for Christmas dinner?  Or, if you eat your big meal on Christmas Eve, that will do as well!


There are a few SI participants who are also foodies, and a number of us who are curious.  If there are any particular reasons for your choice or comments you wish to share, please do so!

Turkey or Chicken
12% (2 votes)
Goose or Duck
12% (2 votes)
29% (5 votes)
6% (1 vote)
Beef or Pork Roast
12% (2 votes)
0% (0 votes)
Pasta with or without meat
6% (1 vote)
Fish (cod, carp, etc.) or Seafood (shrimp, squid, etc.)
0% (0 votes)
0% (0 votes)
Stew (including goulash, paprikosh, etc.)
0% (0 votes)
24% (4 votes)
Total votes: 17
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Ed Vasicek's picture

This cannot be bad!

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JohnBrian's picture

Christmas Eve with my family of 5 at a restaurant for a late lunch/early supper (avoid the crowds), This year my brother, his wife, their daughter, my mother, and 1 additional person will be going to Olive Garden. My daughter and her husband spend Christmas Day with his family, so we'll only have 8 for dinner. Turkey and Ham and the trimmings.

Next year we'll have 6 as my daughter is expecting their first child in July - our first grandchild! 


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pvawter's picture

When we celebrate Christmas with my in-laws, we gather with my mother-in-law's extended family of about 105 on Christmas day. There is a large breakfast with ham, eggs, pancakes, and various and sundry baked goods, but the highlight for many is the brains. Yep, they eat pig brains with their Christmas breakfast. I didn't have any this year, but I've eaten them in the past, and they are not entirely unpalatable.