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ddog27

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Another holiday season question.

What family traditions do you have for the holidays?




#1 - November 17, 2006, 08:11:43 am
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Great Food, Great Football & Great Memories.....

#2 - November 17, 2006, 08:18:05 am
Michael J. Reimann
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We always open up one gift on Christmas eve. It is always the same thing, new Christmas pajamas for the whole family. It is fun. Last year mine said "Bah Humbug". Nice!! ;D   
#3 - November 17, 2006, 08:26:36 am
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capt ron

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We get together at one family members house, give thanks, take a moment to remember those in the family who cannot join us or has left us & is only with us in spirit and pray for all people in the world...
#4 - November 20, 2006, 05:45:14 pm
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My side of the family gets together every Thanksgiving. We eat our faces off, drink uncontrollably, watch football, and then we drink some more by my parents firepit and make fun each other until someone cries . I guess a typical American family.  :)
#5 - September 02, 2009, 10:17:53 am
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Turkey and watching the Lions getting there ass kicked on Thanksgiving. Enchiladas for Christmas dinner.
#6 - September 02, 2009, 06:07:37 pm

gooose53

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We always do a family breakfest at Christmas
#7 - September 02, 2009, 06:54:32 pm

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#8 - September 02, 2009, 09:22:26 pm
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ddog27

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Turkey and watching the Lions getting there ass kicked on Thanksgiving. Enchiladas for Christmas dinner.

I like the mexican food for Christmas idea! I get tired of eating so much turkey during the holidays!
#9 - September 03, 2009, 06:37:38 am
Darin "D-Dog" Hearn
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SmokinFatboy

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I have cooked Thanksgiving dinner at my house for that past 18 years or so. It's an all out food fest. That is my favoriate holiday, food, family, food, friends, food and did i mention food?
i usually do three stuffings, one regular, one chorizo, one oyster and clam
Artichoke salad, heavenly mashed taters, sweet potatoes, several squash dishes, home made rolls, a turkey and usually a pork loin.
#G%EV@$ccfqewr , Sorry keyboard got all wet. Come on November
#10 - September 03, 2009, 12:19:29 pm
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Mike (AZBarbeque)

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You forgot FOOTBALL... Thanksgiving without Football just isn't Thanksgiving..  ;)
#11 - September 03, 2009, 02:23:38 pm
Michael J. Reimann
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RudedoggAZ

Thanksgiving without Football is Un-American - Thanks for listening...
#12 - September 03, 2009, 02:50:30 pm

azkitch

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SOS. I think our family tradition is everybody pleading with my wife for all of us to open 1 gift on Christmas Eve, and her trying to say we don't. One year, Rob (Bald since 20) picked a present, and Cyndi asked him 5X if he was sure that was the one he wanted to open. He opened it to find a can of hair spray. We got him that cuz we couldn't find scalp polish...He went on and on about how he got gypped!

:D
#13 - September 09, 2009, 08:04:36 pm
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SOS. I think our family tradition is everybody pleading with my wife for all of us to open 1 gift on Christmas Eve, and her trying to say we don't. One year, Rob picked a present, and Cyndi asked him 5X if he was sure that was the one he wanted to open. He opened it to find a can of hair spray. We got him that cuz we couldn't find scalp polish...He went on and on about how he got gypped!

:D

Beats the lump of coal my father gave my daughter one year.
#14 - September 09, 2009, 08:27:58 pm
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Mark

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My family tradition is eating linguica and eggs on Christmas morning. You slice it into rings, fry it in a skillet, scramble in the eggs and serve it packed in like a bollilo roll. Haven't missed that tradition in five decades and now my son insists on it.

(By the way, linguica is pronounced lin-gwee-saw. That last c is a sedilla...that funny c with a dangling "tail". It is pronounced like an s. That's why Sprout's just spells it "linguisa." (Their linguica is okay, but not smoked as is tradition.)
#15 - September 10, 2009, 05:44:21 am
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