My family’s Christmas tradition of two meals, one on each side of the family, has spanned many years – I’ve lost count. This year was no different with lunch being spent on my mom’s side and dinner spent on my dad’s side. It’s certainly one of the most gluttonous days of the year for my family and I (along with Thanksgiving).
Another Thanksgiving, another feast. Last week, my family celebrated another Thanksgiving in our tradition – two gatherings and two meals, one for each side of the family. It’s certainly a lot of food for one day of eating, but it makes for some great leftovers.
2016 flew by so quickly, as did another holiday season centered around a Christmas feast. Not unlike past years, this Christmas was a tale of two meals – one celebrated on each side of the family. Lunch is a large buffet-style potluck affair, hosted by my aunt and uncle (who prepare most of the food). My grandmother handles most of dinner preparation, which is a bit more meat-centric.
As usual, this Thanksgiving was a tale of two feasts – a lunch at my mom’s side and a dinner at my dad’s side of the family. The day featured two turkeys, a large beef roast, lamb, lobster tails and a ton of sides and desserts. Below is the recap.
Dining date: 12/25/15 This year’s Christmas was just like years past, filled with tons of food and surrounded by family. In keeping with tradition, lunch is a buffet at my aunt and uncle’s on my mom’s side, while dinner is hosted by my grandmother (dad’s side). The following is the lineup of foods we had.
This is my seventh time recapping my family’s Thanksgiving on this blog. As with many traditions, our family’s Thanksgiving is something we all reliably look forward to. The food on the table does not vary much; there are a number of staple dishes with a few new ones each year. And, true to the tradition, my Thanksgiving consists of two meals – lunch on my mom’s side and dinner on my dad’s side.
Dining date: 12/25/14 Christmas this year brought another feast with friends and family. As is our tradition, we have two meals – a lunch on my mom’s side and dinner at my dad’s side.
Dining date: 11/27/14 This is my sixth time recapping our family’s Thanksgiving, which is tradition that’s been going on for as long as I can remember. Similar to past years, we have lunch at my mom’s side and dinner on my dad’s side. The vast majority of food is homemade (of course!) with my aunt and grandmother…