Do you make a dinner for company on christmas Eve?...?

If so what do you make?

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  • Shir
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    Yes! We have invited hungry and poor children in our studio. We have many food and gifts for them and prizes also.

  • 1 decade ago

    no you dont make dinner on Christmas Eve, but you do on Christmas Day. on Christmas Eve you should usually have a lot of food like snack foods like: chips n dip, cookies, desserts, etc

    just small things nothing big.

    ♥♥Merry Christmas!!!!!!!♥♥

  • 1 decade ago

    Yeah! With plenty of alcoholic drinks and eats, and little doggie bags for the vomit after.

    And CHRISTMAS IS LIKE SANTA CLAUS

    You know the Fatman is a fake and a fat, white lie, but you go along with it anyway, as you deceive the kids and make them future liars to their own kids.

    The Dictionary of the Bible says that: By the 5th. Century, the Church (of Rome) had concerned itself enough to have set December 25 as the date of Jesus’ birth. This had been the date of the Festival of the Sun God Zeus and to the Christians a greater light was come, Jesus Christ, the true light of the World.

    Fact is - the Sun God is Zeus, and Jesus is really Jezeus, and the Romans worshipped Zeus, and you can see Barnabas being called Zeus by the Priests of Zeus in the Acts of the Apostles 14:12-13, in the Bible. Mithra was another son of Zeus, but Je-Zeus was Zeus come down as his own son, which made him strictly a Roman God.

    Sunday is also the day that was set aside for worship of the Sun God (Zeus) by the Romans.

    The Winter Solstice gives us the shortest day in the year, December 22, as the birth of the new Sun, so Rome shifted it to the 25 December in order to celebrate the Feast of the Circumcision eight days later, on 1 January, in accepting Jezeus Christos as the Living God of the Sun risen from the dead.

    Zeus and the Fathers of Christianity did not know there was a Southern Hemisphere that did not share the Sun God Zeus or his four seasons, or his twelve disciples or twelve months of the year with the Northern Hemisphere, and it is for this reason that Australia celebrates Christmas twice each year, with the White Christmas falling in June but is called Christmas in July since they know it is a lie.

    So Christmas and Christianity were as ignorant of the nature of the Planet as was Santa Claus of the South Pole, and just as the Pope was afraid that Christopher Columbus might fall off the flat Planet in his attempt to reach India traveling westwards, so were Santa Claus and Zeus afraid to go below the Planet and into the Fires of Hell.

    When Pope John Paul ii declared the Shroud of Turin a medieval fake after having it scientifically carbon-dated in 1988, he failed to point out that the Bible describes the use of two shrouds, with one for the head and another for the “body” of the 100 lbs of aloes and myrrh, the other perfect hoax.

    TRY SOME HONESTY THIS YEAR.

    EXPOSE THE FRAUD OF SANTA THE UNHOLY.

    BRING THE TRUTH OF THE MESSIAH FROM THE QURAN TO LIGHT SO THAT MEN WHO ARE BORN BLIND MIGHT SEE THAT THE ONE TRUE GOD CAN HAVE NO SON OR NO PARTNER

    .

    HE IS ONE, HE ALWAYS WAS, HE IS, AND HE ALWAYS WILL BE!

    PEACE ON EARTH AND GOODWILL TO ALL OF HUMANITY!

    Source(s): The Age Of Reason Bible
  • 1 decade ago

    Usually, no. I have to work christmas eve. Then I come home and make ahead all the dishes I can for christmas day.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Christmas day.

    Usually traditional Christmas meals

    It's like thanksgiving II

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes. Oyster Stew is the traditional Christmas Eve dinner in my family. (That's what we've always called it--but I think, technically, it's considered chowder.)

  • T.M.Y.
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    No, but I bought a couple pies and cool whip for our store xmas party tomorrow

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