Merry Christmas Eve!

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I can’t believe that it’s Christmas Eve already!   Time goes too fast.

Instead of doing a recipe post, I am taking a break and just posting what we will be eating over the next few days.  Recipes will follow over the next month or so and I’ll link to the ones that are already here.  I don’t eat too much meat anymore so I tend to make lots of veggie dishes to make up for it.

Christmas Eve ~ Mexican Fiesta

Chicken Enchiladas

Mexican Rice (recipe coming)

Mexican Salad

Guacamole (recipe coming)

Pico de Gallo (recipe coming)

Spicy Black Beans (recipe coming)

Baby Jesus Birthday Cake (recipe coming)

My Famous Sangria

 

Christmas Breakfast

Creme Brulee French Toast (recipe coming)

Paula Deen’s Scrambled Eggs

Bacon and Sausage

Winter Fruit Salad

Cinnamon Rolls or Monkey Bread

Mimosas

 

Snacks

Shrimp with Cocktail Sauce

Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms (recipe coming)

Spinach Artichoke Dip (recipe coming)

Pigs in Blankets with Spicy Mustard

 

Christmas Dinner

Cranberry Glazed Ham (recipe coming)

Hash Brown Casserole (recipe coming)

Caramelized Butternut Squash

Green Beans

Middle Eastern Vegetable Salad (recipe coming)

Warm Mushroom Salad (recipe coming)

Asiago rolls (recipe coming)

Marble Sheet Cake (recipe coming)

Wine or soda or water

 

And we should NOT have to eat for the next week!!!  Lots of leftovers to go home with DD and I’ll be making my Mom’s ham salad at some point.

With that….

Happy Christmas to all and to all a good night!!!

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2 thoughts on “Merry Christmas Eve!

  1. Nancy, I just love all your recipes and little stories you tell. You menu sounds really good! Wish my hubby and I were sitting at your table! We are having Cornish hens, for our Christmas dinner. We will be having whatever, along with them. The “whatever” will be the best part, because we just do whatever comes to mind! : )
    I look forward to all you will post next year!

    Have a very Merry Christmas, and may the joy of the reminder of Christ’s birth, and all it entails, be a blessing to you.

    Hugs,
    Trish~

    • Thanks, Trish ~ we’d love to have you at our table. I make enough food for an army, LOL! We did Cornish hens a couple of Christmas’s ago and they were great!! Thanks for reading!

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