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Vier die twaalf dae van Kersfees The Daily Meal-styl, met 'n koslied oor 'n paar van die beste geregte in New York.

Felidia se Il Cacio e Pere.

Tegnies begin die twaalf dae van Kersfees eers op Kersdag, maar ons is reeds in die gees. Om die volgende elf dae te vier, is die lofsang, 'Die twaalf dae van Kersfees'Die Daily Meal-styl, met 'n paar New York-geregte wat deur die jare geniet is waaroor ons bereid is om te sing.

'N Patrys in 'n peerboom. Alhoewel u patrys by verskeie restaurante in New York kan eet, is dit moeiliker om geregte, insluitend patrys en peer, te vind. In plaas daarvan het ons een gunsteling peer -toepassing uitgelig. Ons kersgesang begin:

Op die eerste Kersdag het my kelner na my toe gebring ...
Felidia se peer -ravioli.


Al die presidente se spyskaarte: wat die eerste gesinne op Kersfees eet

Mense is vreemd gefassineer deur wat ander mense eet, en nog meer as die ander persoon die president is. Hier is 10 spyskaarte vir kersete van huidige en huidige presidente.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Kersfees op Mount Vernon was geen geringe saak nie. Benewens die super-lekker eiernag van Washington, bedien die eerste president uiesop, oesters, gebakte haring, Yorkshire-pudding, gebraaide suigvark, kalkoen met kastaiingvulsel, gekookte beesvleis met peperwortelsous, Virginia-ham, limabone, aartappels, gebakte seldery met amandels, hominy -poeding, versuikerde patats, kanteloep -piekels, gekruide bosbessies en maalvleis-, appel- en kersietertjies. Daar was meer nageregte, waaronder blancmange, gepruimde pruime, sneeuballe (wat dit ook al was), roomys en pruimpoeding, plus 'n verskeidenheid vrugte, neute, kaas en eiervrye alkoholiese drankies.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

Na 'n stewige ontbyt met lemoene, gekookte rys en soutmakriel, is Grover Cleveland en sy gesin en gaste getrakteer op 'n uitgebreide aandete spyskaart met oesters op die halwe dop, wildsop, gekookte vis, gebraaide gans, appelmoes, aartappels, pastinaak, raap , meer gekookte rys, gestoofde uie, kreefslaai, eend, pruimpoeding, vanieljeroomys, maalvleispastei, gesoute amandels, verskillende vrugte, lekkergoed en koekies, en koffie. Die White House Christmas Plum Pudding -resep is 'n monster van kookkuns: dit begin met 'n koppie beesvleis, gevolg deur nog 16 bestanddele, 12 stappe voorbereiding, vier uur kook, en bo -op is daar 'n brandewyn -sous resep wat ''n stuk botter so groot soos 'n eier' vereis '. Alhoewel hy nooit in die presidensiële klouvoet vas was nie, is dit opmerklik dat president Cleveland redelik groot was.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Wat ook al die Roosevelts vir hul Kersfees in 1907 beplan het, het hulle waarskynlik nie die versending verwag wat van Helen Longstreet af gekom het nie. Sy het maande lank 'n paar potjies met die hand gevoer-"meestal persimmons"-met die uitsluitlike doel om dit aan die president en sy gesin te gee. Longstreet, 'n posmeester in Gainesville, Georgia, het op die kassie geskryf: "Hierdie posse het oorgegee naby die Wren's Nest, Atlanta, en het albei glimlaggend meegeding vir die eer om die Kersete vir die Amerikaanse prins en sy gesin te voorsien." Dit is moeilik om te dink dat iemand vandag met die versending van diere of die "American Prince" -lyn sou wegkom sonder 'n verrassingsbesoek van mans met kentekens, maar dit is 'n lieflike storie as u van eetgoed hou.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Aangesien die Verenigde State vir die eerste keer as vegters in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die eerste keer Kersfees gevier het (terwyl hulle steeds uit die Groot Depressie klim), is die spyskaart by Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Avenue 'n bietjie afgekap om die offer van die land tydens die oorlog te weerspieël. FDR en eregas Winston Churchill het geëet met helder sop, dun roosterbrood, kalkoen en dressing, en boontjies, en natuurlik het die Kersfeespruimpoeding ook verskyn.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

Die Trumans bedien waarskynlik die eerste rolmaalvrye Kersete in die Withuis: die spyskaart was "minus brood of broodjies en botter, in ooreenstemming met die nasionale voedselbewaringsprogram", en bevat slegs tamatiekonsomme, gekrulde seldery, verskillende olywe, gebraaide kalkoen, dressing, sous, cranberry jellie, kapokaartappels, aspersies, die nou berugte pruimpoeding, vrugteslaai en koffie.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Besonderhede oor die vakansie-spyskaarte van die Eisenhowers is maar min, maar een feit is bekend: in 1960 het die gesin 'n kalkoen van 42 pond en 'n liter oesters vir die saak ontvang, met vergunning van 'n heer Arthur Briscoe. Om die voël in perspektief te plaas, weeg die gemiddelde 5-jarige ongeveer 40 pond.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Dinge lyk nie goed vir die presidentskap van Nixon in 1973 nie, wat met die hele Watergate -ding. Die Nixons het in 1973 'n baie klein, private ete gehad met net 'n paar familie en vriende, 'n bietjie kalkoen, sous, pampoentert en bosbessiesous. Agt maande later het Nixon die eerste (en enigste) president geword wat die amp bedank het.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Aangesien die Clintons alreeds besig was om Kersete vir albei hul gesinne aan te bied, het hulle 'n goeie verspreiding gemaak om almal se gunstelinge in te sluit: kalkoen en ham, broodvulling en mieliebrood, aartappelbak en kapokaartappels, groenbone, broccoli, ambrosia, 'n cranberry -vorm, jusous, 'n lekker skinkbord met groen uie, waatlemoen -piekels en olywe, en pampoen-, pekanneut-, appel- en kersietertjies. En boonop alles: sjampanje, wyn, eiernag, sillabub en patatpons (uit 'n resep uit 'n Arkansas -koerant).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes het in 2007 'n betreklik rustige Kersmiddagete by Camp David geniet. Op die spyskaart? Kalkoen, slaaisous, groenbone, patats, vrugteslaai, rolletjies van Parker House, pampoen- en pekanneuttert, en rooi fluweelkoek.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Verlede jaar het die Obamas in Hawaii gevier met steak, aartappels, groenbone en tert. Vanjaar se spyskaart sal 'n bietjie meer tradisioneel wees, maar net so eenvoudig: kalkoen, boontjies, dressing, en mac en kaas.


Al die presidente se spyskaarte: wat die eerste gesinne op Kersfees eet

Mense is vreemd gefassineer deur wat ander mense eet, en nog meer as die ander persoon die president is. Hier is 10 spyskaarte vir kersete van huidige en huidige presidente.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Kersfees op Mount Vernon was geen geringe saak nie. Benewens die super-lekker eiernag van Washington, bedien die eerste president uiesop, oesters, gebakte haring, Yorkshire-pudding, gebraaide suigvark, kalkoen met kastaiingvulsel, gekookte beesvleis met peperwortelsous, Virginia-ham, limabone, aartappels, gebakte seldery met amandels, hominy -poeding, versuikerde patats, kanteloep -piekels, gekruide bosbessies en maalvleis-, appel- en kersietertjies. Daar was meer nageregte, waaronder blancmange, gepruimde pruime, sneeuballe (wat dit ook al was), roomys en pruimpoeding, plus 'n verskeidenheid vrugte, neute, kaas en eiervrye alkoholiese drankies.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

Na 'n stewige ontbyt met lemoene, gekookte rys en soutmakriel, is Grover Cleveland en sy gesin en gaste getrakteer op 'n uitgebreide aandete spyskaart met oesters op die halwe dop, wildsop, gekookte vis, gebraaide gans, appelmoes, aartappels, pastinaak, raap , meer gekookte rys, gestoofde uie, kreefslaai, eend, pruimpoeding, vanieljeroomys, maalvleispastei, gesoute amandels, verskillende vrugte, lekkergoed en koekies, en koffie. Die White House Christmas Plum Pudding -resep is 'n monster van kookkuns: dit begin met 'n koppie beesvleis, gevolg deur nog 16 bestanddele, 12 stappe voorbereiding, vier uur kook, en bo -op is daar 'n brandewyn -sous resep wat ''n stuk botter so groot soos 'n eier' vereis '. Alhoewel hy nooit in die presidensiële klouvoet vas was nie, is dit opmerklik dat president Cleveland redelik groot was.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Wat ook al die Roosevelts vir hul Kersfees in 1907 beplan het, het hulle waarskynlik nie die versending verwag wat van Helen Longstreet af gekom het nie. Sy het maande lank 'n paar potjies met die hand gevoer-"meestal persimmons"-met die uitsluitlike doel om dit aan die president en sy gesin te gee. Longstreet, 'n posmeester in Gainesville, Georgia, het op die kassie geskryf: "Hierdie posse het oorgegee naby die Wren's Nest, Atlanta, en het albei glimlaggend meegeding vir die eer om die Kersete vir die Amerikaanse prins en sy gesin te voorsien." Dit is moeilik om voor te stel dat iemand vandag met die versending van diere of die "American Prince" -reeks sou wegkom sonder 'n verrassingsbesoek van mans met kentekens, maar dit is 'n lieflike verhaal as u van eetgoed hou.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Aangesien die Verenigde State vir die eerste keer as vegters in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die eerste keer Kersfees gevier het (terwyl hulle steeds uit die Groot Depressie klim), is die spyskaart by Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Avenue 'n bietjie afgekap om die offer van die land tydens die oorlog te weerspieël. FDR en eregas Winston Churchill het geëet met helder sop, dun roosterbrood, kalkoen en dressing, en boontjies, en natuurlik het die Kersfeespruimpoeding ook verskyn.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

Die Trumans bedien waarskynlik die eerste rolmaalvrye Kersete in die Withuis: die spyskaart was "minus brood of broodjies en botter, in ooreenstemming met die nasionale voedselbewaringsprogram", en bevat slegs tamatiekonsomme, gekrulde seldery, verskillende olywe, gebraaide kalkoen, dressing, sous, cranberry jellie, kapokaartappels, aspersies, die nou berugte pruimpoeding, vrugteslaai en koffie.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Besonderhede oor die vakansie-spyskaarte van die Eisenhowers is maar min, maar een feit is bekend: in 1960 het die gesin 'n kalkoen van 42 pond en 'n liter oesters vir die saak ontvang, met vergunning van 'n heer Arthur Briscoe. Om die voël in perspektief te plaas, weeg die gemiddelde 5-jarige ongeveer 40 pond.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Dinge lyk nie goed vir die presidentskap van Nixon in 1973 nie, wat met die hele Watergate -ding. Die Nixons het in 1973 'n baie klein, private ete gehad met net 'n paar familie en vriende, 'n bietjie kalkoen, sous, pampoentert en bosbessiesous. Agt maande later het Nixon die eerste (en enigste) president geword wat die amp bedank het.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Aangesien die Clintons alreeds besig was om Kersete vir albei hul gesinne aan te bied, het hulle 'n goeie verspreiding gemaak om almal se gunstelinge in te sluit: kalkoen en ham, broodvulling en mieliebrood, aartappelbak en kapokaartappels, groenbone, broccoli, ambrosia, 'n cranberry -vorm, jusous, 'n lekker skinkbord met groen uie, waatlemoen -piekels en olywe, en pampoen-, pekanneut-, appel- en kersietertjies. En boonop alles: sjampanje, wyn, eiernag, sillabub en patat (uit 'n resep uit 'n Arkansas -koerant).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes het in 2007 'n betreklik rustige Kersmiddagete by Camp David geniet. Op die spyskaart? Kalkoen, slaaisous, groenbone, patats, vrugteslaai, rolletjies van Parker House, pampoen- en pekanneuttert, en rooi fluweelkoek.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Verlede jaar het die Obamas in Hawaii gevier met steak, aartappels, groenbone en tert. Vanjaar se spyskaart sal 'n bietjie meer tradisioneel wees, maar net so eenvoudig: kalkoen, boontjies, dressing, en mac en kaas.


Al die presidente se spyskaarte: wat die eerste gesinne op Kersfees eet

Mense is vreemd gefassineer deur wat ander mense eet, en nog meer as die ander persoon die president is. Hier is 10 spyskaarte vir kersete van huidige en huidige presidente.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Kersfees by Mount Vernon was geen geringe saak nie. Benewens die super-lekker eiernag van Washington, bedien die eerste president uiesop, oesters, gebakte haring, Yorkshire-pudding, gebraaide suigvark, kalkoen met kastaiingvulsel, gekookte beesvleis met peperwortelsous, Virginia-ham, limabone, aartappels, gebakte seldery met amandels, hominy -poeding, versuikerde patats, kanteloep -piekels, gekruide bosbessies en maalvleis-, appel- en kersietertjies. Daar was meer nageregte, waaronder blancmange, gepruimde pruime, sneeuballe (wat dit ook al was), roomys en pruimpoeding, plus 'n verskeidenheid vrugte, neute, kaas en eiervrye alkoholiese drankies.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

Na 'n stewige ontbyt van lemoene, gekookte rys en soutmakriel, is Grover Cleveland en sy gesin en gaste getrakteer op 'n uitgebreide aandete -spyskaart met oesters op die halwe dop, wildsop, gekookte vis, gebraaide gans, appelmoes, aartappels, pastinaak, raap , meer gekookte rys, gestoofde uie, kreefslaai, eend, pruimpoeding, vanieljeroomys, maalvleispastei, gesoute amandels, verskillende vrugte, lekkergoed en koekies, en koffie. Die White House Christmas Plum Pudding -resep is 'n monster van kookkuns: dit begin met 'n koppie beesvleis, gevolg deur nog 16 bestanddele, 12 stappe voorbereiding, vier uur kook, en bo -op is daar 'n brandewyn -sous resep wat ''n stuk botter so groot soos 'n eier' vereis '. Alhoewel hy nooit in die presidensiële klouvoet vas was nie, is dit opmerklik dat president Cleveland redelik groot was.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Wat ook al die Roosevelts vir hul Kersfees in 1907 beplan het, het hulle waarskynlik nie die versending verwag wat van Helen Longstreet af gekom het nie. Sy het maande lank 'n paar potjies met die hand gevoer-"meestal persimmons"-met die uitsluitlike doel om dit aan die president en sy gesin te gee. Longstreet, 'n posmeester in Gainesville, Georgia, het op die kassie geskryf: "Hierdie posse het oorgegee naby die Wren's Nest, Atlanta, en het albei glimlaggend meegeding vir die eer om die Kersete vir die Amerikaanse prins en sy gesin te voorsien." Dit is moeilik om te dink dat iemand vandag met die versending van diere of die "American Prince" -lyn sou wegkom sonder 'n verrassingsbesoek van mans met kentekens, maar dit is 'n lieflike storie as u van eetgoed hou.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Aangesien die Verenigde State vir die eerste keer as vegters in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die eerste keer Kersfees gevier het (terwyl hulle steeds uit die Groot Depressie klim), is die spyskaart by Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Avenue 'n bietjie afgekap om die offer van die land tydens die oorlog te weerspieël. FDR en eregas Winston Churchill het geëet met helder sop, dun roosterbrood, kalkoen en dressing, en boontjies, en natuurlik het die Kersfeespruimpoeding ook verskyn.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

Die Trumans bedien waarskynlik die eerste rolmaalvrye Kersete in die Withuis: die spyskaart was "minus brood of broodjies en botter, in ooreenstemming met die nasionale voedselbewaringsprogram", en bevat slegs tamatiekonsomme, gekrulde seldery, verskillende olywe, gebraai kalkoen, dressing, sous, cranberry jellie, kapokaartappels, aspersies, die nou berugte pruimpoeding, vrugteslaai en koffie.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Besonderhede oor die vakansie-spyskaarte van die Eisenhowers is maar min, maar een feit is bekend: in 1960 het die gesin 'n kalkoen van 42 pond en 'n liter oesters vir die saak ontvang, met vergunning van 'n heer Arthur Briscoe. Om die voël in perspektief te plaas, weeg die gemiddelde 5-jarige ongeveer 40 pond.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Dinge lyk nie goed vir die presidentskap van Nixon in 1973 nie, wat met die hele Watergate -ding. Die Nixons het in 1973 'n baie klein, private ete gehad met net 'n paar familie en vriende, 'n bietjie kalkoen, sous, pampoentert en bosbessiesous. Agt maande later het Nixon die eerste (en enigste) president geword wat die amp bedank het.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Aangesien die Clintons alreeds besig was om Kersete vir albei hul gesinne aan te bied, het hulle 'n goeie verspreiding gemaak om almal se gunstelinge in te sluit: kalkoen en ham, broodvulling en mieliebrood, aartappelbak en kapokaartappels, groenbone, broccoli, ambrosia, 'n cranberry -vorm, jusous, 'n lekker skinkbord met groen uie, waatlemoen -piekels en olywe, en pampoen-, pekanneut-, appel- en kersietertjies. En boonop alles: sjampanje, wyn, eiernag, sillabub en patat (uit 'n resep uit 'n Arkansas -koerant).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes het in 2007 'n betreklik rustige Kersmiddagete by Camp David geniet. Op die spyskaart? Kalkoen, slaaisous, groenbone, patats, vrugteslaai, rolletjies van Parker House, pampoen- en pekanneuttert, en rooi fluweelkoek.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Verlede jaar het die Obamas in Hawaii gevier met steak, aartappels, groenbone en tert. Vanjaar se spyskaart sal 'n bietjie meer tradisioneel wees, maar net so eenvoudig: kalkoen, boontjies, dressing, en mac en kaas.


Al die presidente se spyskaarte: wat die eerste gesinne op Kersfees eet

Mense is vreemd gefassineer deur wat ander mense eet, en nog meer as die ander persoon die president is. Hier is 10 spyskaarte vir kersete van huidige en huidige presidente.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Kersfees op Mount Vernon was geen geringe saak nie. Benewens die super-lekker eiernag van Washington, bedien die eerste president uiesop, oesters, gebakte haring, Yorkshire-pudding, gebraaide suigvark, kalkoen met kastaiingvulsel, gekookte beesvleis met peperwortelsous, Virginia-ham, limabone, aartappels, gebakte seldery met amandels, hominy -poeding, versuikerde patats, kanteloep -piekels, gekruide bosbessies en maalvleis-, appel- en kersietertjies. Daar was meer nageregte, waaronder blancmange, gepruimde pruime, sneeuballe (wat dit ook al was), roomys en pruimpoeding, plus 'n verskeidenheid vrugte, neute, kaas en eiervrye alkoholiese drankies.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

Na 'n stewige ontbyt van lemoene, gekookte rys en soutmakriel, is Grover Cleveland en sy gesin en gaste getrakteer op 'n uitgebreide aandete -spyskaart met oesters op die halwe dop, wildsop, gekookte vis, gebraaide gans, appelmoes, aartappels, pastinaak, raap , meer gekookte rys, gestoofde uie, kreefslaai, eend, pruimpoeding, vanieljeroomys, maalvleispastei, gesoute amandels, verskillende vrugte, lekkergoed en koekies, en koffie. Die White House Christmas Plum Pudding -resep is 'n monster van kookkuns: dit begin met 'n koppie beesvleis, gevolg deur nog 16 bestanddele, 12 stappe voorbereiding, vier uur kook, en bo -op is daar 'n brandewyn -sous resep wat ''n stuk botter so groot soos 'n eier' vereis '. Alhoewel hy nooit in die presidensiële klouvoet vas was nie, is dit opmerklik dat president Cleveland redelik groot was.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Wat ook al die Roosevelts vir hul Kersfees in 1907 beplan het, het hulle waarskynlik nie die versending verwag wat van Helen Longstreet af gekom het nie. Sy het maande lank 'n paar potjies met die hand gevoer-"meestal persimmons"-met die uitsluitlike doel om dit aan die president en sy gesin te gee. Longstreet, 'n posmeester in Gainesville, Georgia, het op die kassie geskryf: "Hierdie posse het oorgegee naby die Wren's Nest, Atlanta, en het albei glimlaggend meegeding vir die eer om die Kersete vir die Amerikaanse prins en sy gesin te voorsien." Dit is moeilik om te dink dat iemand vandag met die versending van diere of die "American Prince" -lyn sou wegkom sonder 'n verrassingsbesoek van mans met kentekens, maar dit is 'n lieflike storie as u van eetgoed hou.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Aangesien die Verenigde State vir die eerste keer Kersfees gevier het as vegters in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog (terwyl hulle steeds uit die Groot Depressie klim), is die spyskaart in Pennsylvania Avenue 1600 'n bietjie afgekap om die offer van die land tydens die oorlog te weerspieël. FDR en eregas Winston Churchill het geëet met duidelike sop, dun roosterbrood, kalkoen en dressing, en boontjies, en natuurlik het die Kersfeespruimpoeding ook verskyn.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

Die Trumans bedien waarskynlik die eerste rolmaalvrye Kersete in die Withuis: die spyskaart was "minus brood of broodjies en botter, in ooreenstemming met die nasionale voedselbewaringsprogram", en bevat slegs tamatiekonsomme, gekrulde seldery, verskillende olywe, gebraai kalkoen, dressing, sous, cranberry jellie, kapokaartappels, aspersies, die nou berugte pruimpoeding, vrugteslaai en koffie.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Besonderhede oor die vakansie-spyskaarte van die Eisenhowers is maar min, maar een feit is bekend: in 1960 het die gesin 'n kalkoen van 42 pond en 'n liter oesters vir die saak ontvang, met vergunning van 'n heer Arthur Briscoe. Om die voël in perspektief te plaas, weeg die gemiddelde 5-jarige ongeveer 40 pond.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Dinge lyk nie goed vir die presidentskap van Nixon in 1973 nie, wat met die hele Watergate -ding. Die Nixons het in 1973 'n baie klein, private ete gehad met net 'n paar familie en vriende, 'n bietjie kalkoen, sous, pampoentert en bosbessiesous. Agt maande later het Nixon die eerste (en enigste) president geword wat die amp bedank het.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Aangesien die Clintons reeds besig was met die aanbied van Kersete vir albei hul gesinne, het hulle 'n goeie verspreiding gemaak om almal se gunstelinge in te sluit: kalkoen en ham, broodvulling en mieliebrood, aartappelbak en kapokaartappels, groenbone, broccoli, ambrosia, 'n cranberry -vorm, jusous, 'n lekker skinkbord met groen uie, waatlemoen -piekels en olywe, en pampoen-, pekanneut-, appel- en kersietertjies. En boonop alles: sjampanje, wyn, eiernag, sillabub en patat (uit 'n resep uit 'n Arkansas -koerant).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes het in 2007 'n betreklik rustige Kersmiddagete by Camp David geniet. Op die spyskaart? Kalkoen, slaaisous, groenbone, patats, vrugteslaai, rolletjies van Parker House, pampoen- en pekanneuttert, en rooi fluweelkoek.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Verlede jaar het die Obamas in Hawaii gevier met steak, aartappels, groenbone en tert. Vanjaar se spyskaart sal 'n bietjie meer tradisioneel wees, maar net so eenvoudig: kalkoen, boontjies, dressing, en mac en kaas.


Al die presidente se spyskaarte: wat die eerste gesinne op Kersfees eet

Mense is vreemd gefassineer deur wat ander mense eet, en nog meer as die ander persoon die president is. Hier is 10 spyskaarte vir kersete van huidige en huidige presidente.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Kersfees op Mount Vernon was geen geringe saak nie. Benewens die super-lekker eiernag van Washington, bedien die eerste president uiesop, oesters, gebakte haring, Yorkshire-pudding, gebraaide suigvark, kalkoen met kastaiingvulsel, gekookte beesvleis met peperwortelsous, Virginia-ham, limabone, aartappels, gebakte seldery met amandels, hominy -poeding, versuikerde patats, kanteloep -piekels, gekruide bosbessies en maalvleis-, appel- en kersietertjies. Daar was meer nageregte, waaronder blancmange, gepruimde pruime, sneeuballe (wat dit ook al was), roomys en pruimpoeding, plus 'n verskeidenheid vrugte, neute, kaas en eiervrye alkoholiese drankies.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

Na 'n stewige ontbyt van lemoene, gekookte rys en soutmakriel, is Grover Cleveland en sy gesin en gaste getrakteer op 'n uitgebreide aandete -spyskaart met oesters op die halwe dop, wildsop, gekookte vis, gebraaide gans, appelmoes, aartappels, pastinaak, raap , meer gekookte rys, gestoofde uie, kreefslaai, eend, pruimpoeding, vanieljeroomys, maalvleispastei, gesoute amandels, verskillende vrugte, lekkergoed en koekies, en koffie. Die White House Christmas Plum Pudding -resep is 'n monster van kookkuns: dit begin met 'n koppie beesvleis, gevolg deur nog 16 bestanddele, 12 stappe voorbereiding, vier uur kook, en bo -op is daar 'n brandewyn -sous resep wat ''n stuk botter so groot soos 'n eier' vereis '. Alhoewel hy nooit in die presidensiële klouvoet vas was nie, is dit opmerklik dat president Cleveland redelik groot was.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Wat ook al die Roosevelts vir hul Kersfees in 1907 beplan het, het hulle waarskynlik nie die versending verwag wat van Helen Longstreet af gekom het nie. Sy het maande lank 'n paar potjies met die hand gevoer-"meestal persimmons"-met die uitsluitlike doel om dit aan die president en sy gesin te gee. Longstreet, 'n posmeester in Gainesville, Georgia, het op die kassie geskryf: "Hierdie posse het oorgegee naby die Wren's Nest, Atlanta, en het albei glimlaggend meegeding vir die eer om die Kersete vir die Amerikaanse prins en sy gesin te voorsien." Dit is moeilik om te dink dat iemand vandag met die versending van diere of die "American Prince" -lyn sou wegkom sonder 'n verrassingsbesoek van mans met kentekens, maar dit is 'n lieflike storie as u van eetgoed hou.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Aangesien die Verenigde State vir die eerste keer Kersfees gevier het as vegters in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog (terwyl hulle steeds uit die Groot Depressie klim), is die spyskaart in Pennsylvania Avenue 1600 'n bietjie afgekap om die offer van die land tydens die oorlog te weerspieël. FDR en eregas Winston Churchill het geëet met helder sop, dun roosterbrood, kalkoen en dressing, en boontjies, en natuurlik het die Kersfeespruimpoeding ook verskyn.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

Die Trumans bedien waarskynlik die eerste rolmaalvrye Kersete in die Withuis: die spyskaart was "minus brood of broodjies en botter, in ooreenstemming met die nasionale voedselbewaringsprogram", en bevat slegs tamatiekonsomme, gekrulde seldery, verskillende olywe, gebraai kalkoen, dressing, sous, cranberry jellie, kapokaartappels, aspersies, die nou berugte pruimpoeding, vrugteslaai en koffie.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Besonderhede oor die vakansie-spyskaarte van die Eisenhowers is maar min, maar een feit is bekend: in 1960 het die gesin 'n kalkoen van 42 pond en 'n liter oesters vir die saak ontvang, met vergunning van 'n heer Arthur Briscoe. Om die voël in perspektief te plaas, weeg die gemiddelde 5-jarige ongeveer 40 pond.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Dinge lyk nie goed vir die presidentskap van Nixon in 1973 nie, wat met die hele Watergate -ding. Die Nixons het in 1973 'n baie klein, private ete gehad met net 'n paar familie en vriende, 'n bietjie kalkoen, sous, pampoentert en bosbessiesous. Agt maande later het Nixon die eerste (en enigste) president geword wat die amp bedank het.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Aangesien die Clintons alreeds besig was om Kersete vir albei hul gesinne aan te bied, het hulle 'n goeie verspreiding gemaak om almal se gunstelinge in te sluit: kalkoen en ham, broodvulling en mieliebrood, aartappelbak en kapokaartappels, groenbone, broccoli, ambrosia, 'n cranberry -vorm, jusous, 'n lekker skinkbord met groen uie, waatlemoen -piekels en olywe, en pampoen-, pekanneut-, appel- en kersietertjies. En boonop alles: sjampanje, wyn, eiernag, sillabub en patat (uit 'n resep uit 'n Arkansas -koerant).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes het in 2007 'n betreklik rustige Kersmiddagete by Camp David geniet. Op die spyskaart? Kalkoen, slaaisous, groenbone, patats, vrugteslaai, rolletjies uit Parker House, pampoen- en pekanneutpastei en rooi fluweelkoek.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Verlede jaar het die Obamas in Hawaii gevier met steak, aartappels, groenbone en tert. Vanjaar se spyskaart sal 'n bietjie meer tradisioneel wees, maar net so eenvoudig: kalkoen, boontjies, dressing, en mac en kaas.


Al die presidente se spyskaarte: wat die eerste gesinne op Kersfees eet

Mense is vreemd gefassineer deur wat ander mense eet, en nog meer as die ander persoon die president is. Hier is 10 spyskaarte vir kersete van huidige en huidige presidente.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Kersfees op Mount Vernon was geen geringe saak nie. Benewens die super-lekker eiernag van Washington, bedien die eerste president uiesop, oesters, gebakte haring, Yorkshire-pudding, gebraaide suigvark, kalkoen met kastaiingvulsel, gekookte beesvleis met peperwortelsous, Virginia-ham, limabone, aartappels, gebakte seldery met amandels, hominy -poeding, versuikerde patats, kanteloep -piekels, gekruide bosbessies en maalvleis-, appel- en kersietertjies. Daar was meer nageregte, waaronder blancmange, gepruimde pruime, sneeuballe (wat dit ook al was), roomys en pruimpoeding, plus 'n verskeidenheid vrugte, neute, kaas en eiervrye alkoholiese drankies.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

Na 'n stewige ontbyt met lemoene, gekookte rys en soutmakriel, is Grover Cleveland en sy gesin en gaste getrakteer op 'n uitgebreide aandete spyskaart met oesters op die halwe dop, wildsop, gekookte vis, gebraaide gans, appelmoes, aartappels, pastinaak, raap , meer gekookte rys, gestoofde uie, kreefslaai, eend, pruimpoeding, vanieljeroomys, maalvleispastei, gesoute amandels, verskillende vrugte, lekkergoed en koekies, en koffie. Die White House Christmas Plum Pudding -resep is 'n monster van kookkuns: dit begin met 'n koppie beesvleis, gevolg deur nog 16 bestanddele, 12 stappe voorbereiding, vier uur kook, en bo -op is daar 'n brandewyn -sous resep wat ''n stuk botter so groot soos 'n eier' vereis '. Alhoewel hy nooit in die presidensiële klouvoet vas was nie, is dit opmerklik dat president Cleveland redelik groot was.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Wat ook al die Roosevelts vir hul Kersfees in 1907 beplan het, het hulle waarskynlik nie die versending verwag wat van Helen Longstreet af gekom het nie. Sy het maande lank 'n paar potjies met die hand gevoer-"meestal persimmons"-met die uitsluitlike doel om dit aan die president en sy gesin te gee. Longstreet, 'n posmeester in Gainesville, Georgia, het op die kassie geskryf: "Hierdie posse het oorgegee naby die Wren's Nest, Atlanta, en het albei glimlaggend meegeding vir die eer om die Kersete vir die Amerikaanse prins en sy gesin te voorsien." Dit is moeilik om te dink dat iemand vandag met die versending van diere of die "American Prince" -lyn sou wegkom sonder 'n verrassingsbesoek van mans met kentekens, maar dit is 'n lieflike storie as u van eetgoed hou.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Aangesien die Verenigde State vir die eerste keer as vegters in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die eerste keer Kersfees gevier het (terwyl hulle steeds uit die Groot Depressie klim), is die spyskaart by Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Avenue 'n bietjie afgekap om die offer van die land tydens die oorlog te weerspieël. FDR en eregas Winston Churchill het geëet met helder sop, dun roosterbrood, kalkoen en dressing, en boontjies, en natuurlik het die Kersfeespruimpoeding ook verskyn.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

Die Trumans bedien waarskynlik die eerste rolmaaltyd van die Kersete in die Withuis: die spyskaart was "minus brood of broodjies en botter, in ooreenstemming met die nasionale voedselbewaringsprogram", en bevat slegs tamatiekonsomme, gekrulde seldery, verskillende olywe, gebraai kalkoen, dressing, sous, cranberry jellie, kapokaartappels, aspersies, die nou berugte pruimpoeding, vrugteslaai en koffie.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Details are scant about the Eisenhowers' holiday menus, but one fact is known: in 1960, the family received a 42-pound turkey and a gallon of oysters for the affair, courtesy of a Mr. Arthur Briscoe. To put that bird into perspective, the average 5-year-old weighs around 40 pounds.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Things were not looking great for Nixon's presidency in 1973, what with that whole Watergate thing. The Nixons had a very small, private dinner in 1973 with just a few family and friends, some turkey, dressing, pumpkin pie, and cranberry sauce. Eight months later, Nixon became the first (and only) president to resign the office.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Since the Clintons were already in the practice of hosting Christmas dinner for both their families, they put out quite a spread to include everyone's favorites: turkey and ham, bread stuffing and cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole and mashed potatoes, green beans, broccoli, ambrosia, a cranberry mold, giblet gravy, a relish tray with green onions, watermelon pickles and olives, and pumpkin, pecan, apple and cherry pies. And on top of all of that, champagne, wine, eggnog, syllabub, and sweet potato punch (from a recipe clipped from an Arkansas newspaper).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes enjoyed a relatively low-key Christmas lunch at Camp David in 2007. On the menu? Turkey, dressing, green beans, sweet potatoes, fruit salad, Parker House rolls, pumpkin and pecan pies, and red velvet cake.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Last year, the Obamas celebrated in Hawaii with steak, potatoes, green beans and pie. This year's menu will be slightly more traditional, though just as simple: turkey, string beans, dressing, and mac and cheese.


All the Presidents' Menus: What First Families Eat on Christmas

People are strangely fascinated by what other people eat, and even more so when that other person is the president. Here are 10 Christmas dinner menus from presidents past and present.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Christmas at Mount Vernon was no small affair. In addition to Washington's super-tasty eggnog, the first president served onion soup, oysters, broiled herring, Yorkshire pudding, roast suckling pig, turkey with chestnut stuffing, boiled beef with horseradish sauce, Virginia ham, lima beans, acorn squash, baked celery with almonds, hominy pudding, candied sweet potatoes, cantaloupe pickles, spiced cranberries, and mincemeat, apple, and cherry pies. There were more desserts, including blancmange, jellied plums, snowballs (whatever those were), ice cream, and plum pudding, plus an assortment of fruit, nuts, cheese and egg-free alcoholic beverages.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

After a hearty breakfast of oranges, boiled rice and salt mackerel, Grover Cleveland and his family and guests were treated to an elaborate dinner menu featuring oysters on the half shell, game soup, boiled fish, roast goose, applesauce, potatoes, parsnips, turnips, more boiled rice, stewed onions, lobster salad, duck, plum pudding, vanilla ice cream, mince pie, salted almonds, various fruit, candies and cookies, and coffee. The White House Christmas Plum Pudding recipe is a monster of culinary proportions: it begins with a cup of beef suet followed by at least 16 more ingredients, 12 steps of preparation, four hours of boiling, and then to top it off there's a brandy sauce recipe that calls for "a piece of butter as large as an egg." Though he never found himself stuck in the presidential clawfoot tub, it might be worth noting that President Cleveland was quite large.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Whatever else the Roosevelts were planning for their Christmas feast in 1907, they probably didn't expect the shipment that arrived from Helen Longstreet. She hand-fed a pair of possums for months — "mostly persimmons" — for the sole purpose of gifting them to the president and his family. Longstreet, a postmistress in Gainesville, Georgia, wrote on the box, "These o'possums surrendered near the Wren's Nest, Atlanta, both contending smilingly for for the honor of furnishing the Christmas dinner for the American Prince and his family." It's hard to imagine anyone would get away with the shipment of animals or that "American Prince" line today without a surprise visit from men with badges, but it's a sweet story, if you're into eating possum.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

As the United States celebrated Christmas for the first time as combatants in WWII (while still climbing out of the Great Depression), the dinner menu at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was pared down a bit to reflect the country's wartime sacrifice. FDR and guest of honor Winston Churchill dined on clear soup, thin toast, turkey and dressing, and beans, and of course the Christmas plum pudding made an appearance as well.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

The Trumans served what was probably the first roll-free White House Christmas dinner: the menu was "minus bread or rolls and butter, in keeping with the national food conservation program," and included only tomato consomme, curled celery, assorted olives, roast turkey, dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry jelly, mashed potatoes, asparagus, the now-infamous plum pudding, fruit salad, and coffee.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Details are scant about the Eisenhowers' holiday menus, but one fact is known: in 1960, the family received a 42-pound turkey and a gallon of oysters for the affair, courtesy of a Mr. Arthur Briscoe. To put that bird into perspective, the average 5-year-old weighs around 40 pounds.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Things were not looking great for Nixon's presidency in 1973, what with that whole Watergate thing. The Nixons had a very small, private dinner in 1973 with just a few family and friends, some turkey, dressing, pumpkin pie, and cranberry sauce. Eight months later, Nixon became the first (and only) president to resign the office.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Since the Clintons were already in the practice of hosting Christmas dinner for both their families, they put out quite a spread to include everyone's favorites: turkey and ham, bread stuffing and cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole and mashed potatoes, green beans, broccoli, ambrosia, a cranberry mold, giblet gravy, a relish tray with green onions, watermelon pickles and olives, and pumpkin, pecan, apple and cherry pies. And on top of all of that, champagne, wine, eggnog, syllabub, and sweet potato punch (from a recipe clipped from an Arkansas newspaper).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes enjoyed a relatively low-key Christmas lunch at Camp David in 2007. On the menu? Turkey, dressing, green beans, sweet potatoes, fruit salad, Parker House rolls, pumpkin and pecan pies, and red velvet cake.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Last year, the Obamas celebrated in Hawaii with steak, potatoes, green beans and pie. This year's menu will be slightly more traditional, though just as simple: turkey, string beans, dressing, and mac and cheese.


All the Presidents' Menus: What First Families Eat on Christmas

People are strangely fascinated by what other people eat, and even more so when that other person is the president. Here are 10 Christmas dinner menus from presidents past and present.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Christmas at Mount Vernon was no small affair. In addition to Washington's super-tasty eggnog, the first president served onion soup, oysters, broiled herring, Yorkshire pudding, roast suckling pig, turkey with chestnut stuffing, boiled beef with horseradish sauce, Virginia ham, lima beans, acorn squash, baked celery with almonds, hominy pudding, candied sweet potatoes, cantaloupe pickles, spiced cranberries, and mincemeat, apple, and cherry pies. There were more desserts, including blancmange, jellied plums, snowballs (whatever those were), ice cream, and plum pudding, plus an assortment of fruit, nuts, cheese and egg-free alcoholic beverages.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

After a hearty breakfast of oranges, boiled rice and salt mackerel, Grover Cleveland and his family and guests were treated to an elaborate dinner menu featuring oysters on the half shell, game soup, boiled fish, roast goose, applesauce, potatoes, parsnips, turnips, more boiled rice, stewed onions, lobster salad, duck, plum pudding, vanilla ice cream, mince pie, salted almonds, various fruit, candies and cookies, and coffee. The White House Christmas Plum Pudding recipe is a monster of culinary proportions: it begins with a cup of beef suet followed by at least 16 more ingredients, 12 steps of preparation, four hours of boiling, and then to top it off there's a brandy sauce recipe that calls for "a piece of butter as large as an egg." Though he never found himself stuck in the presidential clawfoot tub, it might be worth noting that President Cleveland was quite large.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Whatever else the Roosevelts were planning for their Christmas feast in 1907, they probably didn't expect the shipment that arrived from Helen Longstreet. She hand-fed a pair of possums for months — "mostly persimmons" — for the sole purpose of gifting them to the president and his family. Longstreet, a postmistress in Gainesville, Georgia, wrote on the box, "These o'possums surrendered near the Wren's Nest, Atlanta, both contending smilingly for for the honor of furnishing the Christmas dinner for the American Prince and his family." It's hard to imagine anyone would get away with the shipment of animals or that "American Prince" line today without a surprise visit from men with badges, but it's a sweet story, if you're into eating possum.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

As the United States celebrated Christmas for the first time as combatants in WWII (while still climbing out of the Great Depression), the dinner menu at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was pared down a bit to reflect the country's wartime sacrifice. FDR and guest of honor Winston Churchill dined on clear soup, thin toast, turkey and dressing, and beans, and of course the Christmas plum pudding made an appearance as well.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

The Trumans served what was probably the first roll-free White House Christmas dinner: the menu was "minus bread or rolls and butter, in keeping with the national food conservation program," and included only tomato consomme, curled celery, assorted olives, roast turkey, dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry jelly, mashed potatoes, asparagus, the now-infamous plum pudding, fruit salad, and coffee.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Details are scant about the Eisenhowers' holiday menus, but one fact is known: in 1960, the family received a 42-pound turkey and a gallon of oysters for the affair, courtesy of a Mr. Arthur Briscoe. To put that bird into perspective, the average 5-year-old weighs around 40 pounds.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Things were not looking great for Nixon's presidency in 1973, what with that whole Watergate thing. The Nixons had a very small, private dinner in 1973 with just a few family and friends, some turkey, dressing, pumpkin pie, and cranberry sauce. Eight months later, Nixon became the first (and only) president to resign the office.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Since the Clintons were already in the practice of hosting Christmas dinner for both their families, they put out quite a spread to include everyone's favorites: turkey and ham, bread stuffing and cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole and mashed potatoes, green beans, broccoli, ambrosia, a cranberry mold, giblet gravy, a relish tray with green onions, watermelon pickles and olives, and pumpkin, pecan, apple and cherry pies. And on top of all of that, champagne, wine, eggnog, syllabub, and sweet potato punch (from a recipe clipped from an Arkansas newspaper).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes enjoyed a relatively low-key Christmas lunch at Camp David in 2007. On the menu? Turkey, dressing, green beans, sweet potatoes, fruit salad, Parker House rolls, pumpkin and pecan pies, and red velvet cake.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Last year, the Obamas celebrated in Hawaii with steak, potatoes, green beans and pie. This year's menu will be slightly more traditional, though just as simple: turkey, string beans, dressing, and mac and cheese.


All the Presidents' Menus: What First Families Eat on Christmas

People are strangely fascinated by what other people eat, and even more so when that other person is the president. Here are 10 Christmas dinner menus from presidents past and present.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Christmas at Mount Vernon was no small affair. In addition to Washington's super-tasty eggnog, the first president served onion soup, oysters, broiled herring, Yorkshire pudding, roast suckling pig, turkey with chestnut stuffing, boiled beef with horseradish sauce, Virginia ham, lima beans, acorn squash, baked celery with almonds, hominy pudding, candied sweet potatoes, cantaloupe pickles, spiced cranberries, and mincemeat, apple, and cherry pies. There were more desserts, including blancmange, jellied plums, snowballs (whatever those were), ice cream, and plum pudding, plus an assortment of fruit, nuts, cheese and egg-free alcoholic beverages.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

After a hearty breakfast of oranges, boiled rice and salt mackerel, Grover Cleveland and his family and guests were treated to an elaborate dinner menu featuring oysters on the half shell, game soup, boiled fish, roast goose, applesauce, potatoes, parsnips, turnips, more boiled rice, stewed onions, lobster salad, duck, plum pudding, vanilla ice cream, mince pie, salted almonds, various fruit, candies and cookies, and coffee. The White House Christmas Plum Pudding recipe is a monster of culinary proportions: it begins with a cup of beef suet followed by at least 16 more ingredients, 12 steps of preparation, four hours of boiling, and then to top it off there's a brandy sauce recipe that calls for "a piece of butter as large as an egg." Though he never found himself stuck in the presidential clawfoot tub, it might be worth noting that President Cleveland was quite large.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Whatever else the Roosevelts were planning for their Christmas feast in 1907, they probably didn't expect the shipment that arrived from Helen Longstreet. She hand-fed a pair of possums for months — "mostly persimmons" — for the sole purpose of gifting them to the president and his family. Longstreet, a postmistress in Gainesville, Georgia, wrote on the box, "These o'possums surrendered near the Wren's Nest, Atlanta, both contending smilingly for for the honor of furnishing the Christmas dinner for the American Prince and his family." It's hard to imagine anyone would get away with the shipment of animals or that "American Prince" line today without a surprise visit from men with badges, but it's a sweet story, if you're into eating possum.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

As the United States celebrated Christmas for the first time as combatants in WWII (while still climbing out of the Great Depression), the dinner menu at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was pared down a bit to reflect the country's wartime sacrifice. FDR and guest of honor Winston Churchill dined on clear soup, thin toast, turkey and dressing, and beans, and of course the Christmas plum pudding made an appearance as well.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

The Trumans served what was probably the first roll-free White House Christmas dinner: the menu was "minus bread or rolls and butter, in keeping with the national food conservation program," and included only tomato consomme, curled celery, assorted olives, roast turkey, dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry jelly, mashed potatoes, asparagus, the now-infamous plum pudding, fruit salad, and coffee.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Details are scant about the Eisenhowers' holiday menus, but one fact is known: in 1960, the family received a 42-pound turkey and a gallon of oysters for the affair, courtesy of a Mr. Arthur Briscoe. To put that bird into perspective, the average 5-year-old weighs around 40 pounds.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Things were not looking great for Nixon's presidency in 1973, what with that whole Watergate thing. The Nixons had a very small, private dinner in 1973 with just a few family and friends, some turkey, dressing, pumpkin pie, and cranberry sauce. Eight months later, Nixon became the first (and only) president to resign the office.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Since the Clintons were already in the practice of hosting Christmas dinner for both their families, they put out quite a spread to include everyone's favorites: turkey and ham, bread stuffing and cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole and mashed potatoes, green beans, broccoli, ambrosia, a cranberry mold, giblet gravy, a relish tray with green onions, watermelon pickles and olives, and pumpkin, pecan, apple and cherry pies. And on top of all of that, champagne, wine, eggnog, syllabub, and sweet potato punch (from a recipe clipped from an Arkansas newspaper).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes enjoyed a relatively low-key Christmas lunch at Camp David in 2007. On the menu? Turkey, dressing, green beans, sweet potatoes, fruit salad, Parker House rolls, pumpkin and pecan pies, and red velvet cake.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Last year, the Obamas celebrated in Hawaii with steak, potatoes, green beans and pie. This year's menu will be slightly more traditional, though just as simple: turkey, string beans, dressing, and mac and cheese.


All the Presidents' Menus: What First Families Eat on Christmas

People are strangely fascinated by what other people eat, and even more so when that other person is the president. Here are 10 Christmas dinner menus from presidents past and present.

1. 1790 - George Washington

Christmas at Mount Vernon was no small affair. In addition to Washington's super-tasty eggnog, the first president served onion soup, oysters, broiled herring, Yorkshire pudding, roast suckling pig, turkey with chestnut stuffing, boiled beef with horseradish sauce, Virginia ham, lima beans, acorn squash, baked celery with almonds, hominy pudding, candied sweet potatoes, cantaloupe pickles, spiced cranberries, and mincemeat, apple, and cherry pies. There were more desserts, including blancmange, jellied plums, snowballs (whatever those were), ice cream, and plum pudding, plus an assortment of fruit, nuts, cheese and egg-free alcoholic beverages.

2. 1887 - Grover Cleveland

After a hearty breakfast of oranges, boiled rice and salt mackerel, Grover Cleveland and his family and guests were treated to an elaborate dinner menu featuring oysters on the half shell, game soup, boiled fish, roast goose, applesauce, potatoes, parsnips, turnips, more boiled rice, stewed onions, lobster salad, duck, plum pudding, vanilla ice cream, mince pie, salted almonds, various fruit, candies and cookies, and coffee. The White House Christmas Plum Pudding recipe is a monster of culinary proportions: it begins with a cup of beef suet followed by at least 16 more ingredients, 12 steps of preparation, four hours of boiling, and then to top it off there's a brandy sauce recipe that calls for "a piece of butter as large as an egg." Though he never found himself stuck in the presidential clawfoot tub, it might be worth noting that President Cleveland was quite large.

3. 1907 - Teddy Roosevelt

Whatever else the Roosevelts were planning for their Christmas feast in 1907, they probably didn't expect the shipment that arrived from Helen Longstreet. She hand-fed a pair of possums for months — "mostly persimmons" — for the sole purpose of gifting them to the president and his family. Longstreet, a postmistress in Gainesville, Georgia, wrote on the box, "These o'possums surrendered near the Wren's Nest, Atlanta, both contending smilingly for for the honor of furnishing the Christmas dinner for the American Prince and his family." It's hard to imagine anyone would get away with the shipment of animals or that "American Prince" line today without a surprise visit from men with badges, but it's a sweet story, if you're into eating possum.

4. 1941 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

As the United States celebrated Christmas for the first time as combatants in WWII (while still climbing out of the Great Depression), the dinner menu at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was pared down a bit to reflect the country's wartime sacrifice. FDR and guest of honor Winston Churchill dined on clear soup, thin toast, turkey and dressing, and beans, and of course the Christmas plum pudding made an appearance as well.

5. 1947 - Harry S. Truman

The Trumans served what was probably the first roll-free White House Christmas dinner: the menu was "minus bread or rolls and butter, in keeping with the national food conservation program," and included only tomato consomme, curled celery, assorted olives, roast turkey, dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry jelly, mashed potatoes, asparagus, the now-infamous plum pudding, fruit salad, and coffee.

6. 1960 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

Details are scant about the Eisenhowers' holiday menus, but one fact is known: in 1960, the family received a 42-pound turkey and a gallon of oysters for the affair, courtesy of a Mr. Arthur Briscoe. To put that bird into perspective, the average 5-year-old weighs around 40 pounds.

7. 1973 - Richard Nixon

Things were not looking great for Nixon's presidency in 1973, what with that whole Watergate thing. The Nixons had a very small, private dinner in 1973 with just a few family and friends, some turkey, dressing, pumpkin pie, and cranberry sauce. Eight months later, Nixon became the first (and only) president to resign the office.

8. 1993 - Bill Clinton

Since the Clintons were already in the practice of hosting Christmas dinner for both their families, they put out quite a spread to include everyone's favorites: turkey and ham, bread stuffing and cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole and mashed potatoes, green beans, broccoli, ambrosia, a cranberry mold, giblet gravy, a relish tray with green onions, watermelon pickles and olives, and pumpkin, pecan, apple and cherry pies. And on top of all of that, champagne, wine, eggnog, syllabub, and sweet potato punch (from a recipe clipped from an Arkansas newspaper).

9. 2007 - George W. Bush

The Bushes enjoyed a relatively low-key Christmas lunch at Camp David in 2007. On the menu? Turkey, dressing, green beans, sweet potatoes, fruit salad, Parker House rolls, pumpkin and pecan pies, and red velvet cake.

10. 2012 - Barack Obama

Last year, the Obamas celebrated in Hawaii with steak, potatoes, green beans and pie. This year's menu will be slightly more traditional, though just as simple: turkey, string beans, dressing, and mac and cheese.


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