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Christmas Dinner: A Family Affair

Christmas Dinner: A Family Affair Posted on December 29th, 2012 in Well-Being.

For Christmas Dinner we were a total of 23 people. The dining room was crowded full of family-siblings, parents, cousins, boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands, grandparents aunts, uncles and kids!!!! The hum of family in action is a sound I cherish! Although I had been in charge of dinners leading up to Christmas the Christmas dinner duties were shared by all! It was beyond deelish. I think I could taste the love!

Our Individual Duties:


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  • http://www.facebook.com/pauline.johnson.3572 Pauline Johnson

    Tracee please share some of your healthy but full of flavor recipes.. Please!!!

  • dasingleman

    Great job.

  • dasingleman

    Tracee did u save me a plate?

  • dasingleman

    Tracee should be my woman. She’s so cute, funny , bright and so lovable. Her attitude is what I luv most. oan she cooks. lol.

  • Heart Doggies

    Just saw your welcome video for the first time…Beautiful!!! Love the deep thinker reference…So cool to get to ‘know’ you!

  • Heart Doggies

    Question…Why are you wearing your purse??

  • B

    Just watched ur mom doin the soulful strut….she was & is the DIVA BOMB

  • http://www.facebook.com/napoleon.green Napoleon Green Jr

    Preparing holiday meals is a ceremony in itself.
    Compare it to the other aspects of a festive celebration. A chef would appreciate the pleasure it
    brings to have both feet in the kitchen. It brings joy to the present the near future and
    it provides pleasant memories of holidays past. If I had a place at the table. (To be continued)

  • http://msirismg.tumblr.com/ Iris M. Gross

    why, why, WHY did you buy canned cranberry sauce?! It’s too easy to make! Seriously, buy the bagged cranberries next time. They turn to mush in the saucepan, add sugar and orange juice. DONE! Next year, try it. You’ll never go back to canned, I promise!

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