Traditional Christmas Dinner

Use this menu to prepare a traditional Christmas dinner that guests will rave about for years to come.

| December 2012

  • Roast Goose
    Roast goose is a traditional Christmas dish.
    Shutterstock.com/a9photo
  • Green Beans With Bacon
    Green beans are a stunning side dish.
    Rafer76/Fotolia
  • Waldorf Salad
    Waldorf salad adds the crunch element to a Christmas dinner.
    MSPhotographic/Fotolia
  • Yorkshire Pudding
    No traditional Christmas dinner is complete without Yorkshire Pudding.
    Shutterstock.com/Joe Gough
  • Suet Pudding Recipe
    Serve a delicious Christmas Plum Pudding Recipe for your holiday dessert.
    Lori Dunn
  • Wassail Recipe
    Wassail is a traditional Christmas beverage. It is easy to make and even easier to drink.
    Rafer76/Fotolia
  • Christmas Ginger Cookies
    These Christmas ginger cookies are an extra special holiday treat.
    Photo by Karen Keb
  • Classic Cooked Eggnog Recipe
    Crushed nutmeg and cinnamon sticks are the perfect garnish for this Classic Cooked Eggnog recipe.
    Lisa F. Young/Fotolia
  • peppermint-bark
    Holiday Peppermint Bark is simple to make with a mere two ingredients.
    Nestlé

  • Roast Goose
  • Green Beans With Bacon
  • Waldorf Salad
  • Yorkshire Pudding
  • Suet Pudding Recipe
  • Wassail Recipe
  • Christmas Ginger Cookies
  • Classic Cooked Eggnog Recipe
  • peppermint-bark

It is great to experiment with new dishes around the holidays, but often, traditional is the way to go. Christmas dinner is one of the most important meals of the year. The family gathers together to reflect on the year’s triumphs and successes. Laughter fills the halls, and Grandpa tells stories about the “good old days” and regales, for the hundredth time, how he met Grandma. A traditional Christmas dinner would not be complete without a perfectly browned Roast Goose, a heaping dish of Oyster Dressing, puffy and light Yorkshire Pudding, and the promise of Plum Pudding at the end. Create unforgettable memories with this Perfect Christmas Dinner that the family will talk about for years to come.

Traditional Christmas Dinner Menu

 
Perfect Roast Goose   
  
Oyster Dressing    
 
Old-Fashioned Green Beans  
 
Yorkshire Pudding  
 
Waldorf Salad  
 
Plum Pudding  
 
Traditional Wassail  
 
Christmas Ginger Cookies  
 
Holiday Peppermint Bark  
 
Classic Homemade Eggnog  
Karen Marie
12/21/2012 12:31:42 PM

I must say, I cooked a goose one year for Christmas, but never again! It was so greasy, we could barely eat it. Dickens may have written about it, but, it's turkey for us from now on!




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