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Here we have Christmas Dinner at Christmas Eve.
Christmas Eve is the BIG day...
On Christmas Eve we are eating 'Juleribbe' (Christmas pork ribs)
with potatoes, brusseles sprouts, red cabbage, Christmas sausage + +



Christmas Day we go to my in-laws at 1PM
All their children with family is there..

We have "Christmas lunch" for hours.
Lots of food - I think we be served 7 times with 7 different courses.
So we arent home until 7-8 PM in the evening, stuffed! LOL

But his year Im not sure we are going there, since my FIL is sick.
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It's a feast for us...there will be no shortage...that's for sure!

The day before Christmas Eve it starts...there will be snacks, cookies, etc. I will make the family a big batch of chili and we will have that and hang out...

Then it jsut depends on where we are...either at in-laws or my folks....

There is lasagna, chicken spaghetti, frosted flake potatoes, chicken and dressing, sausage balls, baked beans, green beans, mac and cheese, honey ham, smoked turkey.....

and since Santa is coming, who can forget the milk and cookies?

Yum!
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