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Old 11-16-2004, 06:29 AM   #21
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If it's family who will be eating a large dinner later that same day, I keep it fairly simple.

Usually will do a breakfast casserole (sausage, eggs,.
Juice, coffee and everyone is happy, and I can concentrate on the holiday meal.

I'll do this at my daughter's this Christmas.
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Old 11-16-2004, 07:03 AM   #22
 
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If it's family who will be eating a large dinner later that same day, I keep it fairly simple.

Usually will do a breakfast casserole (sausage, eggs,.
Juice, coffee and everyone is happy, and I can concentrate on the holiday meal.

I'll do this at my daughter's this Christmas.
I usually eat breakfast at my Grandma's Christmas morning. Well, it's usually brunch by the time open our gifts... lol. My Grandma does the same thing by "keeping it fairly simple." She and my aunt make it. Usually some muffins, my aunt's great cinnamon rolls, which are just Pillsbury out of the can. They are sooooo good with the frosting.. yummmay! My Grandma also makes bacon and also a breakfast casserole. She makes bacon so I can have my bacon/peanutbutter sammiches on toast. I know it sounds strange, but it's a must-have! It changes every year. One year she even had bacon-wrapped shrimp, along with all the other stuff.
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