Christmas 2010: Here’s Hoping It’s White

Christmas House

Of all the holiday meals, Christmas dinner is perhaps the most open to interpretation and, as such, the least tricky. The frenzy of Thanksgiving is over, the booziness of New Year’s Eve is yet to happen. You’re smack in the middle of, as the song goes, “the most wonderful time of the year.” To make it more wonderful, we have a dozen recipes—some brand new, others beloved LC classics—to dress up your table in style, from morning to night. Plan now, shop soon, prep early, and enjoy the day. That’s what we’re planning, and this menu can help you do the same. The only thing we can’t promise is that the day will be snow white. But hey, a boy can dream, can’t he?—David Leite

Christmas Dinner Recipes for 2010

Breakfast Recipes

Comments

  1. Man, those pictures really have my mouth watering. Yum, epecially the desserts, since I’m a sweets freak. I love the picture of the house above, so very, very beautiful. I really want a white Christmas, but it’s not looking like it. I think the part of the state I live in is headed for a drought or something. If it doesn’t get busy and start snowing I see us on yard watering restrictions next year when it gets warm. However, I’ve also seen years like this where all the snow decides to hit at the end of Jan., blizzards in Feb., and maybe even a blizzard or two in March.

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