#1 Edited by Sanity (1851 posts) -

Theres some things i wait all year for either because i cant cook them or they would kill me if i ate them all the time. Anyone else have a guilty pleasure around the holidays? Mine is green olives fresh from the deli and pepperoni together. I love the hell out of it but i think if i ate it all the time i would need a increase in my blood pressure medication from all the sodium.

Also, wedding soup, my mom makes it every year and i eat a ton of it.

#2 Posted by TheSquarePear (148 posts) -
#3 Posted by Claude (16251 posts) -

My brother started a new tradition of oyster stew for Christmas Eve.
 

Stew It
#4 Posted by mylifeforAiur (3479 posts) -

Gross.

#5 Posted by ShadowConqueror (2994 posts) -

Tacos!

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#6 Posted by L44 (510 posts) -

Ham, good ham.

#7 Posted by VoshiNova (1594 posts) -

A tie between cocaine and dextromethorphan.

#8 Posted by Philedius (204 posts) -

This:

It's called laufabrauð or leafbread. It's just some very thin bread-stuff that's fried. I eat way too much of this shit around christmas.

#9 Edited by JadeGL (609 posts) -

For whatever reason, I always have to have a little bit of eggnog. Not really a food, but I make sure to have some every year, no matter what.

#10 Posted by hol5ter (14 posts) -

Fried Okra! I love living in the south.

#11 Posted by Zeik (2103 posts) -

Toffee Bars and Chex Party Mix. 

#12 Posted by panvixyl (325 posts) -
@Claude
My brother started a new tradition of oyster stew for Christmas Eve.
 
Stew It
This looks like your family enjoys the fine holiday treat of vagina!

Also, the best holiday food is easily PUMPKIN PIE.
#13 Posted by NiKva (128 posts) -

Bacon. I eat it only once in a blue moon, because I never usually eat breakfast.

#14 Edited by Coafi (1433 posts) -

Pasteles. They are made from plantains and pumpkin and some other stuff. Filled with pork.

#15 Posted by JacobG (39 posts) -

Prime rib. My grandma makes it for Christmas dinner every year and it's amazing.

#16 Posted by LastNinja (280 posts) -

Ræst Kjøt (semi-dried mutton). Eat it almost exclusively at christmas, and it is so delicious that I actively try to avoid eating it at other times in order to not dilute the experience. But sometimes the temptation is too great.

#17 Posted by FesteringNeon (2153 posts) -

Turkey Knoephla

#18 Posted by ShockD (2381 posts) -

Crème au caramel.

#19 Posted by RandomHero666 (3174 posts) -

Turkey crisp sandwiches.

Only because this is the only time of year shops actually have turkey crisps