cooking ideas for a christmas eve dinner?

i want to take the extra step and cook dinner for my family christmas eve this year. im planning on inviting about 10 people over. what should i cook? drink ideas? ideas to entertain? appitizers? should i go tradtional and go all out with a ham or turkey or go simple and make like a lasagna and salad? please help…..

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7 Responses to “cooking ideas for a christmas eve dinner?”

  1. Stephanie Loves Sam said:

    i would go with something simple like the lasagna and salad. if u go traditional u wont feel like cooking dinner on christmas

  2. Joan said:

    The lasagna and salad sound good to me. We did that for many years because we didn’t want to duplicate what the people would be having on Christmas day. I think I would plan on at least two salads that can be made ahead of time and maybe a relish plate. And why not just buy a fancy dessert. It worked out fine for us.
    Also, you will have more time to spend with your guests.

  3. helz said:

    for starter, homemade french onion soup, with cheese on toast-well a slice of baguette rested on the top of the soup, absolutley delious! but very filling. so wot about melon with a fruit culis, or i luv stuffed roasted red peppers with goats cheese. for main how about roast lamb, with minty gravy, but that may be similar to xmas day lunch so if you fancy something a little different, i do wot you suggested with lasagne n salad!!!!!!! to drink, mulled wine in the eve, it makes it feel more xmasy too! dont think you’ll need a pud after that. champagne n fresh cranberry juice is nice too! gd luk!

  4. winter_spice78 said:

    Lasagna and salad sounds good to me.

  5. Barb said:

    My question exactly! I was thinking lasagna and a salad before I typed the question! Looks like my first instinct was right! Lasagna, salad & garlic bread it is!!!

    Merry CHRISTmas to everyone, and to all a good nite!

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