Holiday Feasts: Share the Best Spreads You Enjoyed These Past Couple of Weeks!

March 10, 2019

The holidays are the time to cut loose, forget about the diet, and figure out just how necessary a belt is to keeping your pants in place. Even though the most important dates are officially over, most of us are probably still recovering from the excessive amounts of food we stuffed ourselves with the past couple of weeks.

Today, in lieu of getting you hungry through mouth-watering photographs of food, we thought it’d be interesting to turn the tables. What were your holiday feasts like? Was your noche buena suitably epic? Did your new year spread exceed all your expectations? Post your pictures through the comments section below (click that little insert picture icon on the corner!) and share with us the reasons why a new gym membership is part of your 2014 to-do list.

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15 responses to “Holiday Feasts: Share the Best Spreads You Enjoyed These Past Couple of Weeks!”

  1. Nico Goco says:

    not that grand, the family likes to stick to tradition. also, this was Christmas breakfast since we suddenly felt too tired to wait for 12 am, and decided that what all of us wanted for our gifts was a nice, long rest.

  2. Sergia Susana says:

    For Christmas dinner, my lola brought her mechado over to our house while I made seafood yiouvetsi, Julia Child’s boeuf bourguignon, and roasted baby potatoes. (Hi, I’m Serna, and I’m a culinary masochist.) My aunt also gave us a beautiful roasted turkey with sausage and breadcrumb stuffing so we just added some gravy and cranberry jelly. To cap it all off, I made some cream cheese gelatin and chocolate napoleones for dessert.

    Because if you can’t go all out on Christmas Eve, when can you eh? 🙂

  3. Mikka Wee says:

    The reason for my weight gain in the span of 3 days:

  4. TM says:

    Chistmas eve dinner. Fried chicken, Crackling Pork belly, Kalbi Chim, Almond Baklava and Nutella-Almond Truffles!

  5. Midge K. Manlapig says:

    New Year’s Eve supper at midnight: Paella Valenciana, rib-eye steaks (medium rare), asparagus-potato salad, biko, fresh fruit (melons, oranges, pears, and grapes), and ice-cold Asti Martini!

  6. Addi dela Cruz says:

    Our prettiest Noche Buena to date!

  7. Lady In Pink says:

    Since we don’t normally prepare a lot of food during new year’s eve, I decided to bake some cupcakes 🙂

  8. Guest says:

    Simple feast in our simple home. 😀

  9. Cheska Lesaca says:

    During Christmas we had: BBQ chicken gizzard, BBQ bangus, homemade chicken ham, T-bone steak, chicken macaroni salad and pichi-pichi. On our New Year’s Eve dinner we had assorted cheesesticks, carrot cupcakes, homemade chicken ham, pink fruit salad, and brown sugared suman.

    It would be nice to have a gym membership to sweat off the excessive holiday fat because pretty pictures are not close to the actual amount we cooked that are still stored in our refrigerators to this day!

  10. Jan says:

    I’m a ham guy. It’s a must for the holidays. We had this bone-in Chinese cooked ham for Christmas. Actually, this ham has come a long way after Christmas. We also used the bone for stock. Then the left-overs were used for frittata, omelette and fried rice. 🙂

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