this is my first time cooking christmas dinner for my family, so what time do i serve the dinner??

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6 Responses to “this is my first time cooking christmas dinner for my family, so what time do i serve the dinner??”

  1. barbie said:

    12:00

  2. MIG MIG said:

    It depends if you already prepare the dinner and how long will it take for your family to arrive.

  3. chefgrille said:

    My husband and I were just talking about this. He says 2-3 p.m. is traditional. My family either ate at 11-noon, or around 7 p.m. I guess it’s whatever time you told them to show up!

  4. bronty y said:

    well Usually you might want to searve a little later than regular dinner. My dinners usually take 2-3 hours to make so around 7 or 8.

  5. sam i am said:

    best time around 7 to 7:30 pm and then some

  6. karlee said:

    Dinner is not lunch. Dinner is suppertime which is early evening.
    I usually make a dinner that may bake during the afternoon which will give plenty of prep time for other side dishes and you can say dinner will be served around six pm, and if your family wants to come and visit beforehand than more help is there! Good luck!




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