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    What are you cooking/grilling/smoking today?

    Me: Two Turkeys.

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    Prime rib
    au jus
    sautéed mushrooms
    garlic mashed potatoes
    green bean casserole
    devilled eggs
    fruit salad
    yeast rolls (If the dough ever finishes rising!!)
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    Received a Honey Baked Ham certificate. So, no cooking today, but plan on (oil-less) frying a Turkey for New Years.

    Merry Christmas, And enjoy.............
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Prime rib
    au jus
    sautéed mushrooms
    garlic mashed potatoes
    green bean casserole
    devilled eggs
    fruit salad
    yeast rolls (If the dough ever finishes rising!!)
    We had prime rib last night. Mmmmm...
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    Prime Rib, just took it out.

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    Ham today. Prime rib is a New Year's tradition, except for the last 2 or 3 years when we couldn't afford it. Found it on sale for $8.99 a pound, bought $50 rib roast and will devour it on New Year's. Merry Christmas and may God Bless.
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    My wife said no BIG Christmas dinner. So she has 4 crock-pots full , one with home made Chili, home made noodle soup, home made vegetable soup and home made bean soup. Plus don't how much lunch meats for sandwiches , about a dozen different home made cookies and candy .
    She has been going steady ,and still is , since waking up plus most of the yesterday. Kids should be coming soon.

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    Have a small pork butt in the smoker, rubbed down with BBQ seasoning, smoking with hickory and apple chips. Pulled pork for dinner tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Ham today. Prime rib is a New Year's tradition, except for the last 2 or 3 years when we couldn't afford it. Found it on sale for $8.99 a pound, bought $50 rib roast and will devour it on New Year's. Merry Christmas and may God Bless.
    I cannot get over the price of beef it's totally off the charts.
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