Quoting bleumonster:Not me LOL. Half the time I work on the holiday anyway and my kids go to friends or relatives. The rest of the time we go to someone's house or just do a special meal together but not usually turkey or ham.
My husband usually cooks for Christmas.
He will sometimes cook Thanksgiving, and sometimes we'll go to my mom's house or my aunt's house.
I do. For quite a few years we always spent holidays at my dad's house and he cooked. My brother and I would bring a side or a dessert, but he cooked the main meal. We all had a falling out a few years ago, so now I cook for my family, sometimes we invite friends, and sometimes we host for a family in need.
yeah....not me. I may bring a side dish or dessert.....or the napkins and plates. haha
For Thanksgiving we normally just have pizza since we don't go anywhere and I don't like traditional Thanksgiving foods. For Christmas I normally just bring something easy. My mom and sister don't like my cooking (I don't blame them). But now that my husband and I are vegan, we're going to have to rethink our plans.
i do all of the cooking unless we have guests then my mil or dh's cousin helps. i never handle the turkey though. i have an irrational fear of touching raw, whole birds. i had a full blown anxiety fit a few years ago while preparing the turkey for the overnight brine. so now dh rinses, holds, and moves it while i do things to it.
we usually have a party with close to 50 people and I cook everything
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