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What should cook for Christmas dinner?

I’m going to be cooking Christmas dinner this year and I really don’t know what to make. Keep in mind that I’m new at this cooking thing and I enjoy cooking but not too great at it. I wanted a challenge and my family is okay with me making Christmas dinner but the problem is, I don’t know what to make…any suggestion. And by any chance do you guys know any websites with easy receipes? Thanks a bunch and wish me luck!

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14 Responses to “What should cook for Christmas dinner?”

  1. jade_143 said:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com

    has simple,easy and yummy recipes check it out:)

  2. Nouel O said:

    and for desserts, go to http://www.baking911.com or http://www.joyofbaking.com – guaranteed success!

  3. LaserLifer said:

    Pizza.

  4. pastor_fuzz_1 said:

    Bake a ham. Serve mashed potatos, green bean casserole, dinner rolls and pie for dessert.

  5. sabrina d said:

    go with ham so much easier than turkey,,,, mashed potatoes , baked beans , i have a super family recipe for these if you let me know how many you have to serve , have won contest with this one….. corn on the cob , which is very easy,,, rolls ,prepackaged, of course,then have an easy dessert such as lemon lush or a simple cake ,,,, hope your holidays are great.

  6. rose said:

    Tamales!!!!!!

  7. misspapergirl said:

    same thing you made for thanksgiving but leave out the….hell dont leave out anything!!

  8. jster2527 said:

    A turkey, but take a lemon and cut it in half, split the skin between the breast meat and the skin with a very sharp knife then slide the lemons under the skin on top of the breasts. The effect is twofold, the breasts stay moist with a slight lemony tang and your turkey looks like it has tits. It’s freakin’ hilarious.

  9. narrfool said:

    Standing Rib Roast! Mmmm…. I’m hungry now. The short answer for cooking it is heat the oven to 500 degrees, cook for about 15 minutes, turn the oven off for an hour …plus or minus, it’s that easy other than your seasoning. Someone suggested http://www.foodnetwork.com…they‘ve got the specifics!

  10. jst4pat said:

    I am having tri tip with mashed potatoes, salad, some other veg, and apple pie. Just keep it simple and you will do fine

  11. smitha m said:

    South Fried Chicken

    INGREDIENTS
    1 cup shortening
    2 cups all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    1 (2 to 3 pound) whole chicken, cut into pieces
    DIRECTIONS
    Heat the shortening in a large, cast iron skillet over medium-high heat.
    In a brown paper lunch bag, combine the flour, salt, and pepper. Shake two chicken pieces in the bag to coat, and place them in the skillet. Repeat until all of the chicken is coated and in the skillet.
    Fry the chicken over medium-high heat until all of the pieces have been browned on both sides. Turn the heat to medium-low, cover, and cook for 25 minutes. Remove the lid, and increase heat to medium-high. Continue frying until chicken pieces are a deep golden brown, and the juices run clear.

  12. leeyawna said:

    cow’s brain soup

  13. Rachel H said:

    there are easy recipes on here : http://www.recipesforvegans.co.uk/christmas.html

  14. dama*loca said:

    http://www.allrecipes.com!
    They have lots of recipes and great ideas for your entire meal preparation. Check it out!




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