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#1 of 4 Old 11-23-2013, 04:47 PM - Thread Starter
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With giant meal days coming up I would love to hear your special holiday recipes! Which holiday isn't important to me, just the nosh part. LOL. I would loooove to hear about what things you love to make and serve or what dish is always at your table for the holiday!

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I love yams! Not with marshmallows, but with some sweet stuff. A nice streusel on top is yummy.

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French meat pie. With ketchup. My memere always made hers with ground beef, not pork, mixed with potatoes and spices - cloves, nutmeg, ginger. A family tradition.

I personally love bringing simple, humble green beans to holiday meals. Boiled in salted water for 5 minutes, tossed with a generous helping of olive oil and salt.

Oh, and then there's the carrots and turnips, another family fave. Boiled together, well drained, mashed with ample butter and salt.
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Spinach surprise!  It's spinach, sour cream, french onion soup mix and lot of cheddar cheese.  It's the only time of year I ever eat it, and it may sound really weird, but it's so yummy mixed with cranberries!

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