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What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season?

I am at my mom's, and she is trying to stuff me with so much food that it is ridiculous. This is a traditional holiday thing for her, and she makes all of these dishes which I have grown to love over the years. plus new dishes which she is experimenting with, etc. So, I was just curious--what was your favorite holiday dish of the season so far?

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Tronia

Ah, the Christmas time is definitely the time of the year where I eat way too much, haha. But it's hard to resist when you're having friends over and visiting family. Everybody wants to stuff you with food!

I've eaten many different holiday dishes this year but my favorite was my mother's. She made this lovely dough chicken roll filled with prosciutto, spices, and mozzarella - all baked in an oven. I licked my fingers afterward.




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Barida

I tend to eat much during the festive seasons and I have to say that it's fun as well. Times like this is when we need to enjoy our days and relax our minds.




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Neutron04

That is true my friend. gym and mindful body conscious is set a side for the moment. Just to enjoy the holiday season and eat as much as you can. Continue to be calm and friendly as you rest and relax.




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Rumu

That's definitely the case with me, I don't just tend to, I eat a lot and I can't blame myself giving the amount of food coming from neighbours as well as family and friends. We says no to that amount of free food?Lol




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Steve5

I think we all do. Eating is like our way of relaxing everything about us. We're happy around friends and loved ones. We don't worry about eating too much since it's just once a year.

The best part is getting to taste different dishes prepared by friends and neighbors. It's so fun to try their homemade meals.




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vinaya

I am also a fan of my mother's cooking skills. She makes amazing traditional dishes. She is not skilled at trying new recipes, but her traditional dishes will leave anyone satisfied. I also love my sister cooking skills. She always tries new recipes and also experiments with her cooking.




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Destiny00

That chicken roll sounds amazing!! We have lasagna every year, made by my aunt. She also makes extra sauce with pork and meatballs in it. It is also our tradition to have French toast made with raises bread for breakfast.




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mar06

In every holiday season actually I love those all dishes made my mom because I love eating not to say I'm fat or something big guy but I'm just a normal guy who loved to eat.




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tiffiecute

my hubby as usually cooked for us and they were all delicious in their own respective way. But it was so weird to feel full even if I wasn't. I honestly didn't have the appetite that time due to the fact that it was a very busy special day.




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DenisP

While I mostly hold a vegetarian diet throughout the year, the holidays are the one time that I make an exception so that I can enjoy the same dishes in unison with my family. Also not to offend my grandmother for her wonderful cooking, haha. One of my favorite holiday dishes is actually quite similar to what you wrote. It was something along the lines of a roll of chicken breast filled with cheese, red peppers, onion, and smoked ham. Cutting it open to see the cheese oozing out is a sight to behold.




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treecko142

It's close to March already and I still haven't burned off the weight I have gained during the holidays lol. Christmas feasting just makes me gain weight every year but I can't say no to it!




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DenisP

"It's close to March already and I still haven't burned off the weight I have gained during the holidays lol."

You're telling me, brother! I was just scrolling through some of the posts here and stopped by to check on any updates. You're not the only one feeling this way. It is already April and I think that I still have some pounds tacked on from the holidays. Who knows, hopefully I'll burn them off just in time for the 2018 holiday season, just so I can put them back on again!




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kgord

Well it is not a dish per se, but my favorite holiday food is Christmas cookies. I do love a good broccoli cheese casserole though.




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Steve5

Wow! That sounds delicious. I would've probably also licked my fingers. The great thing about the holidays is homemade food. They're made with so much love and wholesome ingredients. It fills me with so much joy thinking of spending that special time with my family.




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Barida

I've taken pepper soup and some cake bread and it has been an enjoyable meal for me this period. It fits the cold atmosphere that we have in this part of the country as well.




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Rumu

I haven't taken that combination yet, but now that you mentioned it, am starting to crave some pepper soup. Only wish I was back home...my mum makes the best pepper soup ever, plus the catfish makes it even more delicate.

Festive season here in my country Nigeria is the only one time when almost all differences be it cultural, traditional or religious are put aside and everyone celebrates together with one love. I only wish everyday could be a festive period forever in my very divided nation.




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Judas2018

Sweet potato pie with graham cracker crust. I usually do the cooking for my family and friends over the holidays if I am not invited to attend elsewhere. The holidays are the only time where you can legit gorge yourself on food and drink and not feel guilty about it....And you should. Otherwise, you're insulting the cook and the company.




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JoeMilford

Oh man--sweet potato pie with a graham cracker crust! That sounds delicious. We did not have sweet potato pie this year, but we did have an amazing pecan pie. I think you are right in terms of eating at the holidays--if all of these people are getting together, hosting you, and endeavoring to cook for you, you should definitely eat their food and show them how much you appreciate their hospitality.




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Judas2018

It is indeed. The trick to cooking sweet potato pie within a graham cracker crust - is to cook it at a certain temperature and not for too long. As graham cracker crust is of a different element, and browns a lot faster than regular pie crust. So over-cooking or over-baking it can ruin the crust and how it tastes mixed in with the pie.




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ballyhara

You have touched my sweet side! I really enjoy having a pie for dessert, or in fact, as any meal. My favorite one is blueberry pie, we don't have blueberries in my country, so that's only in my memory so far. Pecan pie is also another no no, because pecans are not common either. But we have sweet potato, and I would love to cook a pie with it, so hit me with your best recipe, I will try my best to cook it.




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Happyflowerlady

I really like sweet potato pie also; but I have never had any with a graham cracker crust, and that does sound interesting. My favorite Christmas pie is mincemeat pie, but you can almost never find it anywhere now. It used to be that all of the store bakery’s carried it, and you could get the frozen ones and bake it yourself; but now, about all they have are the traditional pies like pumpkin pie and maybe blueberry or apple. I have seen the mincemeat mixes at the store, and just a small box of the mix is almost $5 , so it is just reall expensive to make mincemeat pie, I guess.




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Martinsx1

In my home, my nick name happens to be the eater of the house. My favorite meal during Christmas was chicken pepper soup and sauce with rice. Any Christmas I didn't get to eat this dish, that Christmas celebrations is yet to kick off for me.

How funny and awkward I crave this dish, I prefer it to be prepared by my grandmother because of the uniqueness in her cooking recipe. I can't seem to get enough of her meal and it pains me she is getting older by the day.




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vinaya

I love cooking and trying new recipes. sadly, this holiday season, I have not taken to my kitchen yet. I did not have time to cook. On the Christmas day, I worked through out the day, I had deadlines to meet. However, I might take a day off for the New Year. These year, I will be inviting a handful of guests. I am thinking to try Indian dishes. Briyani is in my mind. Has anyone eaten briyani? Briyani is a rice based dish.




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Barida

Always create time to eat your meal and if possible, cook and put in the fridge for you need food to be able to work effectively. Wishing you a great celebration of the new year.




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Martinsx1

Briyani? I haven't eaten such before. I'm sure it's the native name given to the meal my Indians. Since it's a rice based dish, I'm sure I might have probably eaten it without knowing. If you would be kind to humor me, how is the dish Briyani prepared? I might be interested in trying it out.




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vinaya

Here is a simple briyani recipe.
Soak rice in water
Fry chicken, o any meat of your choice
make a gravy of onion, garlic, ginger, tomato and other spices.
Add chicken and rice to the gravy. Stir properly and add some water. Cook for 10 minutes, your briyani will be ready.




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Blank629

So far, my favorite dishes this holiday season are fresh vegetable salad and spaghetti. This two dishes completed my christmas. I can't resist to took seconds that time. And by the way, the spaghetti was prepared by my mother. So I know that it is going to be super delicious. How about you? What is/are your favorite dish/es?




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Barida

Taking vegetables is nice for the body and that is a great way to maintain a normal body weight which is important when we are getting older.




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augusta

I also had this as often as I could because it good for my weight loss journey,I did more of the veggie and salad than the pasta.I garnished it with my croak fish and it was very yummy.I think I'm having the best of food this holiday season.




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Adesuwa08

This festive season I have eaten a whole lot of meal that I can't choose between any, I went to the toilet alot after eating does food and being greedy with it, my tooth aches due to various meats I ate I won't still give up with eating meat.

Meals during festive seasons are always well prepared, this season you get to just go with all without any sentiment, but my favorite is fried rice and Turkey / Chicken it's my favorite. I can keep eating as much quantity not minding my tooth already aches.




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leeyong88

Yeah it's okay to eat much this holidays because that's what I usually do and it's just once a year. But I think we should not ignore our health also. To do that, after eating I usually drink water or canned drinks with fiber to help digestion. Take exercise also every morning or any of your free time so you can sweat out that excess fat in the body, especially from meats. Another thing is to monitor blood pressure and blood sugar as well. Let us not also forget oral hygiene because we intake much sweets this Christmas.

And yes, festive season means eating season, but we should not reach the point of too much. God bless.




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Judas2018

A morning jog always helps with health and keeping a strong heart. Also be sure to drink certain types of wine with your meals or after your meals.




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Adesuwa08

Thanks for the reminder, you know we often get so carried away with the whole celebration and merriment, it comes naturally to everyone who celebrates festive seasons with family. I will stick to your advice because I honestly skipped it off my mind, since this holiday season began, thanks.




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JoeMilford

We always get out in the yard at my mom's house and make a bonfire--while food is cooking, we are also being very physically active--cutting wood, clearing things off, preparing the space, grabbing furniture, so we get a bit of a "work-out" as we set up dinner. I also go for early morning walks every day, no matter where I am, so that helps me to fight the holiday belly bulge. Either way, we have to find a balance during the holidays because our loved ones love to give us the gifts of food and harvest.




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Judas2018

Particularly in the case of men, just moving a healthy amount of furniture or large objects can do wonders for the body's overall health.




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leeyong88

For this holiday season, my favorite dish is pork humba. Well, honestly, it is not just during this season, but for the whole year round.

Pork humba is a Filipino dish with pork as its main ingredient. I really don't cook, but I guess the key to successful humba is a tender meat that is fat dominant. It usually is cut into medium size chunks, then boiled by its own oil (could be added with a softdrink, usually Sprite) and then seasoned with black beans, salt, pepper and could also be mixed with pineapple chunks.

When we have family occasions, pork humba is always in the menu, and this christmas, it is number one in the list. It is usually the first dish to evaporate during meals, that is why I should say it is delicious.

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augusta

This looks sumptuous,wish I was there to devour this.looking quite inviting.The Christmas day was wow for me,I took out time to have a field day in my kitchen with my kids.I had coconut rice, fried rice,jollof rice and native food on my menu.Had a lot of friends coming around and it was a delight to host them.I love everything associated with this holiday especially the delicious meals that are in excessive everywhere.




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JoeMilford

I have never heard of humba before, but this looks and sounds delicious! Thanks for the image as well. I love pork, and here, in the South of America where I and my family are from, we pretty much flavor everything with pork. I grew up eating black eyed peas which were cooked in a huge pot all day with a hamhock thrown in. We would eat this with cornbread, and I still crave this simple meal all of the time. Your post here is making me hungry!




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gelotologist

Me too, I love this kind of dishes. Specially the similar one which is the Sdobo, but other than that is the Fruit Salad which is my mothers special and wonderful dish. She always makes it during Holiday Season and she never disappoint us. What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season?




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Tronia

Damn, we even got a picture of the pork humba? Thank you!

I have never been to the Philippines before nor have I ever tried your cuisine but it truly looks delicious. Is it anything like the pork that the Chinese make? I love that sort of pork because it's soft and it literally melts in your mouth.




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leeyong88

I am not familiar with that Chinese cuisine but yes this pork humba is really delicious. And it's also soft and tender, and definitely melts in your mouth if it is cooked the right way.




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vhinz

I also love pork humba. This is the disk that I like to be on the table for a special occasion.




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Adesuwa08

This dish looks lovely, with the image I can see here, it is something I would love to try. Though I have eaten pork meat severally, it is one of my favorite but I never knew of this kind of recipe, when next I go to a Chinese restaurant I will ask for it to see how it taste.




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leeyong88

Wow! I never thought many people will like my dish too. I think you should also try this one personally. It really is very delicious and you will never be disappointed.




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mildredtabitha

Merry Christmas to all of you.

We didn't make many new dishes this holiday. My favorite is fish and hard porridge. I love it and it has been a while since I ate fish.




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Barida

I like hard porridge, but I prefer taking it with pork meat instead for the oil that comes out of it gives it a great taste that I like. Since I was a kid, I never felt comfortable taking fish unless it is dried.




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mildredtabitha

I also like pork. Stewed liver with hard porridge is my number one favorite since I was a kid though I have it once in a while since liver is expensive and it is rarely sold.




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Rumu

Making a decision on which is the best meal that i've had so far this holiday season feels like climbing a mountain, I've had so much gone down my belly I can't say which is better. Let's give it a try.

To the left side of my building is caring mother of three kids. She made the most amazing traditional soup with marched wheat, a plate was given to me and i loved the four large piece of beef served with..hmmmm.

To the same left side of my building came a deep cooler filled with rice cooked with carrots and some coldslaw plus a huge piece of chicken. That was the second best meal of this season so far....

...I'll return with the rest on the list when i get them served from neighbours. I love christmas.




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JoeMilford

Rumu,
I think that it is really cool that you are so close to your neighbors and that everyone shares their hospitality in your building during the holiday season. In the neighborhood where I live here in America, it is not like that, and everyone just keeps to themselves and their own families in our neighborhoods. It would be nice if there was more of a sense of being connected to one another like you seem to have in your living space. If one of my neighbors came by with a meal for me, or invited me over to eat, I would be shocked, to a degree, but I would gladly accept and partake.




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Rumu

Yes, we really share a lot of hospitality during holiday seasons, not just my building or neighbourhood but almost the entire country does same.

Don't know about the US but am pretty certain that some type of hospitality gets shared on some level in your country.




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augusta

Had a lot of jollof rice and some coleslaw from every party I attended,it like they all planned it because I was confronted with this same party made jollof rice everywhere and to crown it up, there were eggs and moi-moi to go with.what I did was to dump the drinks for more food.Lol.




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Rumu

Like i said before , am back with the rest of the yummy meals had during this celebration season.

Unfortunately nothing more came through as I waited to get served more meals. I had to make mine - instant noodles was the last meal I had during the christmas and new year celebration. The rest of them was just meat, meat and meat.




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manmad

We have traditional dishes in my country so it's hard to to explain, I am not usually picky about my food, so I can say that I've enjoyed quite a lot of dishes during these holidays. I have eaten a lot of meat and I've most likely gained some weight, which is quite normal for this season, but no worries, with the coming of the new year, everyone is going to start making new year resolutions, which they will most likely not follow, jokingly of course.




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JoeMilford

I am sure that I have gained wait over the last week which I spent at my mother's house. All she wanted to do was feed me nonstop, it seemed. I think that I may not eat regularly, or that much, due to my work schedule and how busy I always am. Of course, this is unhealthy, but I KNOW I don't need to be eating as much as I have been at my mom's. However, as people have said in this thread, that what we do on the holidays, and you can always lose the weight...




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overcast

We had chicken and turkey. And that's all we had. Apart from that we had bunch of deserts. We had the rum cake. And also there was one plum cake which was home made from someone else's recipe. So it was a good experience if you ask me. It was a good food day.




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ballyhara

Well, our Christmas food is just delicious, we have traditional Hallaca (like a tamale filled with meat, chicken and pork), chicken salad, pork leg, and my favorite one... ham bread ( I love this one). We also have a very typical dish which is black cake, it requires you use a mix of fruits and liquors that have been under maceration during the whole year. So, yes, delicious but very complicated to cook, at least in the traditional way.What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season?




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JoeMilford

ballyhara,
Whew! I am coming to your house for the holidays next year, lol. NO offense to my mom or my sister and their cooking, but everything you listed here sounds delicious and satisfying. I am definitely a carnivore, and I love pork dishes. You would have to fight me away form the table if these dishes were laid out in front of me. Glad you had a great holiday with such great food!




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ballyhara

Hey JoeMilford, you have no idea how delicious these are! I thank God, for allowing me to enjoy all this food, and also with my parents and big family for company. These traditional dishes required hard work, cooking hallacas can take up to 3 days, black cake requires specific ingredients and preparation, pork leg takes 2 days to make sure it gets soft and smooth. You are welcome anytime, my family loves to get guests all the time, or as the song says: Be our guest! By the way, I do know how to cook all those dishes, and I hope I can keep the tradition to pass it to the little ones in the family.




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overcast

I love the holiday traditional food. You can see that it can be really good with the traditional approach. Another thing is learning and passing that tradition around can be little bit of different way. That's what many among us have found out.




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Baburra

I had some great slow cooked pork and flavored rice combination which was just heavenly. I loved it so much that I am now wanting to go back to that restaurant next month to have that dish again. At first I wasn't even all that convinced that the place was all that good since it looked too simple and the pay system was even a little bit rough around the edges, but once I tasted my dish I realized why they were able to do all that and still remain in business because their food was really just that good.




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Kakashi2020

It's 2018 and Christmas is fast approaching, and I enjoy eating festive pork dishes come Christmas Season. One dish I like to cook is called Crispy Pata, it's a marinated pork leg, frozen and then deep fried until golden brown and crispy, hence the name "Crispy Pata". It's dipped in soysauce mixed with vinegar, onions, chillies and some sugar. It's a special dish often served on special occasions and during Christmas.




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anjanetteclyde1

What I like about the Holiday Season is that it kinda have this invisible license to eat what you want. What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season? And so, if you ask me what was my favorite dish for the season, I would say all of them. It is because all the dishes prepared during Holidays are way more special and extraordinary. I do not know if it is because the event or it is just the tradition. But, I am not complaining, I am not really complaining, in fact that is one of the reason why I like Holiday Season very much. This time, we do have Spaghetti, Fruit Salad, Chocolate Cake made by me and Fried Chicken. All of them are my favorites specially if it is made with love ones. What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season?




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pandooh

I don't do cooking lately with these holidays that's been happening. However, we do order some food in a restaurant but they are actually Filipino home made so we'd feel as if we still made it. LOL. We'd order some "Pancit Malabon" and Spaghettis. THey are quite the common food but our tongues are really used to it. I would love to cook this New Year if I'll be having enough time to learn something.




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ColdFlameChris

What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season?

What Was Your Favorite Dish So Far This Holiday Season?

My favorite dish this Holiday season is the Lengua in White Mushroom Sauce and Macaroni Salad. These are the dishes that I always come back to get some more because I never get tired of eating this. Lengua is actually a beef/pork tongue. If you think that's disgusting, think again because it's like you're eating a soft meat with a very delicious and creamy sauce with mushrooms in it which makes this dish a very delicious. Macaroni salad is made of macaroni with mayonnaise, ham, pineapple, raisins, and lots more. This is so addicting to eat. These are the 2 dishes that I always eat during this Christmas since they rarely do this and most of the time, they only do this during this season. You should try this. This is truly a recommended dish.

P.S.: Photos are not mine and it came from the internet. Not the actual food that I ate but this is the same food that I've eaten.




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Baburra

Macaroni salad is always a favorite of mine, and I always order it when it's available. I only hate it when I don't like the dressing they use but almost always I like having it around and it's especially good for me when I have it around the holidays because it goes very well with all the main dishes served as they all tend to be very heavy and having a light macaroni salad on the side can be a great complement.




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JoeMilford

The first time I ever had tongue was in tacos from a food truck, years ago, and I was instantly hooked! I agree with you that, if you have not tried tongue, then you should--you would definitely be surprised at how delicious it is. Both of these dishes, which you have presented above, look delicious, and I would dive into them with a hungry belly and a big smile. However, I am mad at you now because you have made me want those lengua tacos, and I am miles away from where I can get them...




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leeyong88

I've not tried Lengua yet, but it looks like a very delicious dish, I wonder what it tastes like. I like macaroni very much, especially if it is very creamy. It definitely is one of the most favorite desserts for us Filipinos




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DarthHazard

It would have to be Venison which I actually had on my birthday on the 23rd. It has to be my favourite dish of the holiday season and I just loved it so much. It was beautiful and was a perfect meal.




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JoeMilford

Oh yes! I grew up eating venison--I especially love deer chili, actually. How was the venison prepared? I love venison steaks, too--especially is they are properly marinated and tenderized for a while. When you eat venison, at least where I am from, you are literally eating the forest.




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Pixie06

For starters we had calamari rings and crispy chicken. Those have always been my favorite. The main meal consisted of grilled chicken, baked potatoes and steak. We also prepared coleslaw and cucumber salad. Since we are in summer over here we had watermelon and a fruit salad for dessert. This was really delicious.




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JoeMilford

Yes! Good old fried food! In the South where I am from, we call fried from the "fifth food group", lol. I am not sure where you are geographically, but Christmas in the summertime sounds pretty cool to me. I would have eaten and enjoyed EVERY dish which you mentioned above. I concocted a watermelon tea, recently, and my family loves that--it's pretty refreshing. I love coleslaw and cucumber salad, especially after they are prepared a day or so early and have time to self-marinate. Your post made my hungry, lol.




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peachpurple

Every year we dine out is western restaurant for Christmas dinner. Main course meal are related to chicken or fish and we share our plates. Yesterday we had 3 different chicken chop flavor, stuffed with fries, salads and tomatoes.




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Baburra

I also always like just dining out during the holidays because I'm not one for traditions anyway so I don't really care that much if the meal is home cooked or if I'm home or eating at a restaurant during the holidays. What's more important is that I'm with the people I'm supposed to be with and the meal and place is only secondary. That said, the food you listed sounds great and I also actually had similar types of food during the holidays since we also ate at a Western restaurant.




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JoeMilford

I think that more and more people are dining out for the holidays these days--it might be more expensive, but you don't have to do dishes and clean up after a huge meal preparation. I think this is appealing to people, but a lot of people, like my sister, for example, are very traditional and want to have a home-cooked meal during the holidays. To me, that does not matter just as long as I am with people I love and care about, and I get to have the experience of being with my friends and family.




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vinaya

Yesterday, it was New Year's Eve, I did not go out. Today, its a New Year's Day here, but I am not going out. Going our during for New Year celebrations or other holidays can be fun, but you end up spending a lot of money. The money you spend for dinner for two in a restaurant can actually be used to throw a party for your family in your home. And cooking decoration, even cleaning can bge fun activity.




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JoeMilford

I think you are right--eating out can really be a waste of money, and, like you said, cooking can be fun and a way to bond with family members. We had a party last night and cooked everything at home, and today we are diving into the delicious leftovers. We were able to feed a lot of friends and family for cheap, but if we had gone out, especially with drinks, we most likely would have spent hundreds of dollars.




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Steve5

I like the good old fashioned chicken wings. Just put some well-cooked ones on a plate fresh from the oven. Add some gravy and mashed potatoes. Now that's a great holiday dish for me. Simple but memorable.




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allyn2017

That sounds really delicious it made my mouth water just by thinking of it.




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Steve5

I'm sure it did. I feel like everyone loves Chicken. So many people eat it during festivities. It's usually the main course meal such as a whole cooked chicken. Makes me hungry thinking about it.




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Kakashi2020

When it's Christmas season we always prepare a baked chicken dish called Chicken Tekken or Chicken which was debited and stuffed with different meats, chorizo and eggs. It's one of the holiday dishes here in the Philippines, sometimes it's also called Chicken Galantine.




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