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First off, I'd like to congratulate you. You're only a few days shy of surviving yet another holiday season. The mall Santas, the Christmas lights, the unrelenting carols—it's all nearly behind us. But before you pat yourself on the back, remember this: You still have a grand finale to pull off. Christmas dinner, the most important meal of the year, is finally upon us. (Queue the singing angels.) So in case you missed any of our Christmas coverage, we've collected it here for you, all in one place. If you have any questions about what to feed your family at the holiday table, we have your answers. First off, You should definitely Roast a Leg of Lamb. Think Jesus ate turkey? Highly unlikely. If he ate meat, it was probably lamb. Which is what you should do. Unless you're looking to create your own tradition, in which case there's this: Cuban-Style Roasted Pork, a dish perfect for feeding the masses. For sides, appetizers, and drinks, we recipes that are sure to impress: Cider-Glazed Brussels Sprouts. They're made with bacon, so you know they're good. Burnt Broccoli with Chili and Garlic. So easy a child could make them. Olive Oil Crushed Potatoes. Way better than the buttery spuds you're used to. Crab Salad with Arugula and Pomegranate Seeds. It's a light start to a heavy meal. The Perfect Holiday Cocktail. Guaranteed to keep your spirits lifted. Now with any luck, these recipes have you covered. If not, don't hesitate to flip through our Thanksgiving coverage. Your guests will probably know you re-gifted that Swiffer, but they'll never suspect that you're serving Thanksgiving food at Christmas. So check these out: Spiced Maple Carrots Mashed Sweet Potatoes Easy Apple Crumb Pie 6 Best Thanksgiving Holiday Beers Thanks always for reading, and happy holidays.
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