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What is everyone cooking for Christmas?

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I'm doing traditional Christmas Goose, what ya doing?
post #2 of 12

Was going to do a turkey today......Been in the fridge since Saturday and the freekin thing is still frozen........ So its beer and jeagermiester...LOL

post #3 of 12
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Hey, you make sausage,...what do you think about putting the Turkey in a brine with a lil bit of cure in it before smoking?
post #4 of 12

Cant.. the beer and yeager have taken over my motivation skills...LOL

post #5 of 12
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Oh crap, just go out in the garage and get you a 5 gallon bucket and stuff it in there!
post #6 of 12
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I've had a few myself right now, surrounded by a town of ex girlfriends, and still, thinking about cooking!
post #7 of 12
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Dude, you have a 30 lb stuffer?
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Smoked some thick ribs (kind of like what you guys call country style I guess) and some salmon. Next christmas I'll throw in some ham, moose, reindeer and herring too (if I remember to pull it from the freezer in time)!

Too cold and dark for pics this year... ;-)

Merry christmas!

Cheers /Wes
post #9 of 12

I'm a traditionalist - I do ham for Christmas, and lamb for Easter.

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I still have some of this sausage left.....
post #11 of 12
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And some nice skirt steaks in the freezer, should make for a good New Year's Eve. bbq
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We're doing ham.  We already did some cheese for the all day snack tray.  I think I need to get some lamb and try it in the smoker.  The family may even eat it.

 

Mel

 

May the TBS be with you!

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