Holiday food?

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    Well the holidays are right around the corner. What are some of your favorite holiday foods or treats?

    I will be cooking a Prime Rib for Christmas, that is always a family favorite. Also looking forward to my sister in-law's spiced wine.
     
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    I think we usually have Prime Rib or a Turkey. I'd be pleased if I could just order a 16" pizza. :)
     
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    I'm also looking forward to my mom's pecan pie, its awsome!
     
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    We are having a "traditional" thanksgiving: turkey, gravy, potatoes, yams, carrots, stuffing, cranberries, and if janeeng is a nice girl, homemade pies!

    For christmas since I am italian by history, we celebrate on the eve....lots of good food including bagna calde. UMMMMMMM.

    Thanks for making me think of it!
     
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    You've got me there Moi, what is bagna calde?
     
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    :puke:
     
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    Okay, I'm sure this is gonna sound weird but:

    It's olive oil, heated, and flavored with garlic and anchovy paste.

    You swirl celery, fennel, carrots, proscuitto wrapped breadsticks, etc. in the warmed, fragrant oil.

    I don't even like fish, but I like this stuff.
     
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    That actually sounds pretty good.
     
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    Too late, she just told us. YuK!
     
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    Oh, look who's talking mister pickeled herring man. At least I don't leave it in the refrigerator for a month afterwards.

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