Shazzam wrote:What sort of special meal do you have on Christmas Day Lenny? My family tends to lean towards the English Traditional Lunch. Like roast Turkey, baked veges, plum pudding etc. I have to walk for a bout six months straight to burn off all the calories.
I often wonder what a traditional Christmas meal is in other countries.
In our past Christmases, we usually cooked Vietnamese food for main dishes and a cake for dessert. Since my cousin's birthday is on the 27th of December, we usually throw her a birthday party on Christmas's Eve with the actual Christmas party. Lately, we've been ordering food for the xmas party, so the grown-ups won't have to cook that much. We order mini-croissants and sandwiches. My mom and aunts still cook Vietnamese soup, noodles and some appetizers. We don't drink eggnogs like Americans say they do; we only drink wines and soft drinks. Also, my cousins has been baking cupcakes and cookies for the party. That's pretty all.