Turkey, Goose, Ham, and 9 Other Meats to Serve for Christmas Dinner
The best part of Christmas day — yes, even better than the presents — is sitting down to dinner with family and friends. This year, when you are deliberating over what to prepare, consider one of these 12 options for the main course that celebrate the special occasion.
When it comes to cooking your feast there is much to consider: If you live in a temperate climate and are looking to keep some of the mess out of the kitchen, then opt for grilling your main dish. If you want to make your Christmas dinner ahead of time as much as possible, slow-braised meats like brisket will fare the best. Finally, if you are looking to break from tradition and try something outside-the-box, opt for one of our picks like roasted capon or grilled venison loin.
This year, as you make your shopping lists for Christmas dinner, consider one of these main courses to celebrate the special occasion.
Angela Carlos is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Find her on Twitter and tweet @angelaccarlos.