Holday Cooking

United States
November 22, 2009 6:34pm CST
Do you cook yourself on the holidays or do you go to other family members that have alredy cooked for you and your family?And if you do go somewhere do you always bring something you have cooked yourself?
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5 responses
• United States
24 Nov 09
I will be cooking this year. Last year we went to his cousin's house and I brought over cookies and my famous fudge. I never leave home without my fudge. Everyone always raves about my fudge. I always make chocolate-peanut butter fudge. That is my husband's favorite fudge and I always make two of them so I can be sure that he will not eat both of them before Thanksgiving.
@sandymay16 (1617)
• Philippines
23 Nov 09
I am always the cook at home during holidays or special occasions like birthdays. And when some relatives invite us for holiday parites or the like I sometimes end up helping in the cooking and other things. And if a party calls for a potluck, I of course would bring something that I have cooked. But there were times when I just order ready made food because I'm too tired to cook.
@ladym33 (10979)
• United States
23 Nov 09
I cook on Thanksgiving, I do all the cooking for my family and my husband's family. Since I do Thanksgiving my sister in law always does Christmas for my husband's side of the family and my mom always has Christmas Eve for our side of the family. So I don't have to do any cooking for the Christmas holiday but I do all of it for the Thanksgiving holiday. We have also had many a New Years Eve party at our house over the years, I don't know which one of our friends will end up doing it this year.
@BART78 (2927)
• Canada
23 Nov 09
for holidays like christmas it's family tradition that we should bring its own especiality menus or desserts besides what we planned to cooked in our family house, i usually bring ham or any meat..
@basvb86 (14)
• United States
23 Nov 09
I currently live at home and my Father is a wonderful chef. Growing up in a house that cooks, we do a little bit of everything. I help prepare and cook some dishes while my Father handles most of the stove action. Its nice to have everyone over now and then. But this year, we might bring the festivities to some other family members'.