Weekend Bites #15 Christmas Eve Dinner

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Merry almost Christmas! I hope you are all planning a nice relaxing week with your families. We are spending Christmas at home with no visitors. Despite that though, I am still planning a pretty nice Christmas Eve dinner. The menu looks a little something like this
Ham
Mashed Potatoes and gravy
Christmas Salad (a whipped cream salad with fruit)
Sparkling Cider
Do you do a fancy dinner Christmas eve or Christmas day? 

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3 thoughts on “Weekend Bites #15 Christmas Eve Dinner

  1. The M&M cookies were made last Christmas Eve. I don't know if I'd consider it fancy but I made steak and mashed potatoes for Christmas Eve and slow cooker BBQ-cranberry turkey with stuffing and mashed potatoes for Christmas. I'll include the slow cooker turkey in the link up also.

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