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    Dinner and a movie

    I was thinking it might be fun to have people over once a week to watch a Christmas movie and have dinner. I figure the dinner should have something to do with the movie we watch. So far the ideas I have come up with are

    Home Alone- pizza

    Elf- Spaghetti, but also put some syrup on the table just for fun.

    A Christmas story -either Chinese food or meatloaf and mashed potatoes.

    Do you guys have any suggestions for a dinner movie combo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JollyElfDC View Post
    I was thinking it might be fun to have people over once a week to watch a Christmas movie and have dinner. I figure the dinner should have something to do with the movie we watch. So far the ideas I have come up with are

    Home Alone- pizza

    Elf- Spaghetti, but also put some syrup on the table just for fun.

    A Christmas story -either Chinese food or meatloaf and mashed potatoes.

    Do you guys have any suggestions for a dinner movie combo?
    Christmas Vacation - dried out turkey, saving the neck bone for your least favorite cousin
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    The santa Clause - Hot fudge sundae
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    All of these were funny.

    JollyElfDC- did you end up doing the dinner and a movie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistletoe View Post
    All of these were funny.

    JollyElfDC- did you end up doing the dinner and a movie?
    No, but I still like the idea. I really wish I could come up with one for Christmas vacation.
    Obviously I wouldn't serve dried out turkey.

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    The Family Stone - breakfast casserole - just remember to cook it before you drop it on the floor
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    OH MY GOD ALL OF THESE ARE AMAZING SO FAR!

    Love this thread. Okay okay...

    Love Actually - Chocolate Biscuits & Tea, Banoffee Pie.
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    Christmas with the Kranks - Smoked Trout
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    The Christmas Card - Turkey sandwich and curly fries
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    Quote Originally Posted by ornamentmaven View Post
    The Christmas Card - Turkey sandwich and curly fries
    Actually in this movie it was a chicken salad club on rye bread, curly fries extra crispy, hot chocolate with marshmallows. I love this movie. After all this menu was the first connection between Cody and Faith.
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