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Christmas Food | Episode 225
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Christmas Food | Episode 225

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Welcome everyone and pull up a seat at the table. It’s Lunchtime in Rome. Tonight’s episode 225 is entitled “Christmas Food”. What are your favorite Christmas Eve and Christmas Dinner foods?   We’ll be talking about that tonight at The Table.

Pull up a seat at the table and join us!

Food for Christmas

  1. Seafood - do you eat it at Christmas?

    1. Paul does

    2. Janet Amato - 7 fishes, can you name them? The meal's components may include some combination of anchovies, whiting, lobster, sardines, baccalà (dried salt cod), smelts, eels, squid, octopus, shrimp, mussels and clams.[2] The menu may also include pasta, vegetables, baked goods and wine.

    3. Ryan McGuire - one time I had lobster, crab legs, shrimp w/ Italian step mother

  2. Meat

    1. Beef

      1. Prime Rib/Roast

      2. Sally’s SIL

      3. Denny Finnegan

      4. JoAnne Laffey Abed

      5. Filet - Kelly Marie (Jonnett) 

    2. Ham

      1. Ron and Sally

      2. Janet

      3. Kelly Marie (Christmas Eve)

      4. John Keating

    3. Lamb - Ryan, friends house

  3. Sides - Does anyone care? Let’s talk about this.  

    1. Ron and Sally said that they have typical ones

    2. Michelle Myers - Italian Macaroni salad

  4. Baking

    1. Dan - FU cookies (edges curl up and give you the finger)

    2. Paul - lamb cake but it turns out that was for Easter

    3. Amy Rayman - Monkey Bread

    4. Joanne - French toast casserole

    5. Oswalts - Oplatki, she puts it in her Christmas soup (potato soup with butter beans and elbow macaroni)

  5. Atypical

    1. Kelly Marie - wings (kids picked)

    2. Joanne - Chick fil A platter

    3. Amy Rayman - homemade pierogies (are they atypical?)

    4. Joanne - Italian and polish cookies (rare in the south where she is, Simpsonville, SC)

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