I have always had a Christmas Dinner, but this year my hubby and I are going to do a Christmas brunch. I am just not sure what is appropriate to cook? Do you ladies have any ideas? I need ideas for appetizers, main course, side dishes, drinks, etc.Answer Question
Answer by Steph319 at 4:21 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Answer by rcbrown at 4:37 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Depending on how many are coming and exactly when you serve, you could do it just like the restaurants do. Have juice, milk, coffee, tea, sodas, pancakes or waffles, French toast, fruit bowl, small boxes of cereal for cereal lovers, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, lettuce salad w/dressings, rolls & butter, some type of potatoe, hot vegetable, veggies & dip, relish tray, cheese & cracker tray, choice of one or two meats. We use chicken and prime rib. Desserts can be cookies, ice cream, jello. These are choices, not a meal menu. We have a meal on Christmas and a breakfast brunch with out of town family the morning after Christmas.
Answer by ladyofleisure at 4:51 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Answer by ladyofleisure at 4:55 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Answer by rcbrown at 5:03 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Answer by knoxmomof2 at 5:07 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Answer by ChefMom94 at 7:29 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Well, since brunch is a mixture of breakfast and lunch, I'd start with Eibrot:
I also make a puff pancake with egg nog, and you can do that either in mini cake or pie pans, or in one large dish.
For savories: omelets or scrabled eggs with sausage and cheese, biscuits & gravy, cheesy hash browns
Answer by jespeach at 7:56 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
I have the most wonderful egg casserole recipe. PM me if you want it! Also, pastries, you can get a smoked turkey, and have sandwiches. Mimosas of course.A cheesy hash brown casserole.
Answer by barrettboys at 11:40 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
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