Christmas Giveaway – 2015

| December 6, 2015 | 198 Comments

Enter our Christmas Giveaway for 2015.
Giveaway Ended: Enter today to win our 2015 Christmas Giveaway. Entry is quick and easy. This giveaway ends at midnight on December 13, 2015. Winner will be announced on Monday, December 14, 2015. Yes, we’re giving away fruitcake, but this is no ordinary fruitcake. You’ll love this super moist, delicious Nutty Fruitcake from our friends at Southern Supreme in Bear Creek, North Carolina.


Southern Supreme Christmas Giveaway for 2015.
Southern Supreme Christmas Giveaway


We’ve Got Our Winners:

Thank You so very much to each and everyone (197 entries) that entered our Giveaway this year.

We knew everyone couldn’t win, but we wish you could.

The Comments you left in regards to our question were a delight to read. I do hope you have a very Merry Christmas. Just remember… “Jesus Is The Reason For The Season.”

And now… (drum roll please)

Congratulations to our FIRST PRIZE WINNER:

First Place Winner - Anita Davis
Anita Davis: Winner, 3lb Southern Supreme Nutty Fruitcake


Congratulations to our SECOND PRIZE WINNER:
We were unable to reach our second prize winner due to them posting an incorrect email address. We have selected an alternate winner instead. We’re sorry, but we MUST have a valid email address in order to respond. Your email address is never published on Taste of Southern, or shared with anyone else without your permission. Thanks.

Just as soon as we get the mailing addresses from our winners, we’ll be mailing out the prizes.

Both winners were selected in a random drawing using the random number generator at We did not have any right or wrong answers to our question.

In case you missed it, the details of our Christmas Giveaway – 2015, are below.

Here’s what we offered…

Fruitcake, the way it should be.
Images are property of Southern Supreme.

Seriously, we’re giving away Fruitcake for Christmas. 

I know what you’re thinking. Why would anyone want to give fruitcake as the prize for a Christmas contest online? Doesn’t everyone hate fruitcake?

If those are your thoughts, then you obviously haven’t ever experienced the greatness of a Nutty Fruitcake made by our neighbors over in Bear Creek, North Carolina. I promise you, it will change your idea of fruitcake… forever.

Sure, we’ve all had those dry, cake type fruitcakes with all the gummy pieces of fruit, or whatever those things are. Fruitcakes just have a bit of a reputation. Been there, done that.

Just up the road from me is one of my favorite places to visit this time of the year. The Scott Family has been making super delicious nutty fruitcakes for years, and they’re known around the world. Now, it’s time you learned about them. And what better way to do so, than by giving you a chance to experience one for yourself.


Enter To Win:

We’re giving away ONE of the THREE POUND Nutty Fruitcakes, hand decorated by the folks at Southern Supreme in Bear Creek, North Carolina.

We’re also giving away ONE of the ONE Pound Nutty Fruitcakes to a second winner.

Two chances to win. One super easy way to enter. Just answer the question below.


How To Enter:

Scroll on down to the COMMENTS section at the end of this post, ANSWER our simple question, and you’re ENTERED to win one of these super moist fruitcakes. How easy is that?


Answer This Question:

What are your plans for Christmas Day?

Will you travel to Grandma’s house? Will you be in the Alps skiing? Will you be cooking Christmas dinner for the family? Will you be helping feed the homeless? No answer is right or wrong, we’re just curious about how you plan to spend this upcoming Christmas Day. Let us know below and you’re entered.


Rules, Rules, Rules:

You must be over 18 to enter.
Open to the lower 48 states only, with apologies to all our other visitors.
Only one entry per person.
Contest ends at midnight Eastern time, Sunday – December 13, 2015.
Winner will be selected at random, via There is no right or wrong answer.
Winner will be posted Monday morning, December 14, 2015.
You will be required to submit your full name and address to us should you win.
You will be notified by email if you win and your prize will be mailed as soon as you respond.



1st Place: One, 3lb Nutty Fruitcake from Southern Supreme of Bear Creek, North Carolina.

2nd Place: One, 1lb Nutty Fruitcake from Southern Supreme of Bear Creek, North Carolina.


Good Luck, 

Seriously, you’re going to love this Nutty Fruitcake. I’ve been buying them and giving them as gifts to family and friends for many years. Everyone looks forward to them, and I know you will as well once you get the chance to try it.

I’m totally sponsoring this Giveaway on Taste of Southern, as a way to support one of my favorite North Carolina businesses. (Southern Supreme is not connected with this giveaway.) And, if you’re looking for a special gift for someone on your shopping list, you can order all of the Southern Supreme line of products directly from their website.

Go ahead, enter your Answer to our one simple question below, then when you get ready to leave Taste of Southern today, head on over to the Southern Supreme website by clicking the link below.

Visit Southern Supreme:

I’ll be looking forward to reading your reply below.

Be Blessed, and Merry Christmas!!!

PS: Your Comment will not appear immediately, but be assured you’ll be entered if you leave a comment before the deadline. I’ll approve and post the replies just as quickly as possible. Thanks.


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  1. Terry lefever says:

    My husband, son & myself will be spending the day with our daughter, her husband & our 2 beautiful granddaughters. Opening gifts & stuffing ourselves with lots of yummy food.

  2. Debbie Lydia says:

    My Mother (age 82) says she will be driving to Myrtle Beach to be with us this Christmas. She and I love to visit thrift stores, consignment shops, Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc. finding bargains and enjoying the thrill of the hunt. Last year we visited the Southern Supreme fruitcake facility during their open house, and it was awesome. It’s next to see The Nights of a Thousand Candles at Brookgreen Gardens. You have to place the visit to Bear Creek on your bucket list if you are a southerner, or a want-to-be southerner! Call them to get their open house dates! Even Paula Deen has visited; there’s a picture of her and Michael hanging on the wall, y’all! Ya gotta try it. We’ll be making a run to Charleston too, for shrimp and grits. Making sweet memories, that’s what it’s about.

  3. Susan Christy says:

    Mmmmm…I love fruitcake! I’m spending Christmas with friends.

  4. Gary Turnington says:

    Spending good time with family and friends. Merry Christmas everyone!

  5. Annalee Buschbacher says:

    Oh am I excited I didn’t miss the deadline!!! Whew!
    This Christmas I plan on cooking delicious meals, preparing food with love as an ingredient is my favorite thing!
    My fiance’ and I enjoy being together whether at home by the wood stove or entertaining guests. Both will probably happen.
    I have a Christmas wish for you Steve and for all of your readers….
    May the Good Lord bless you and keep you safe and may you carry Christmas peace in your heart all year long!
    Your reader Annalee in Michigan :))
    Merry Christmas!

  6. Lisa Osborne says:

    Southern Supreme Fruitcake is the best and only fruitcake I would ever eat. I had the pleasure of a sample of this over 20 years ago and haven’t had it since but still remember my surprise at how good it was. I will be traveling to my mother’s house to spend Christmas Eve with my family. We have our traditional big meal that evening and then open presents that same night. It’s a great time and goes by far too fast. Steve, I hope you and all the Taste of Southern fans and readers have a blessed Christmas and a happy, healthy new year!

  7. Amy Miller says:

    Merry Christmas, Steve! Love your website and recipes. I’m from Smithfield, NC but I live in Middle TN now. I haven’t been home to NC in 12 years. I have MS and am bedridden, so it’s hard to travel. My dad just told me this morning that he is planning to come and bring my mother for Christmas this year. I haven’t seen them for several years. My mother has Alzheimer’s and is in a home in Clayton NC. So this will be a special Christmas this year. On Christmas Day, we start with a traditional southern breakfast. Then open presents around the tree. I’m planning to join in for that. Then my husband and daughter, both of whom are excellent cooks, will prepare a Christmas feast of turkey, dressing, sweet potato casserole, stringbean casserole, corn spoonbread, homemade cranberry sauce, etc. Then we will eat our Christmas dinner in the mid afternoon. There will be plenty of noise, laughter, and lots of love. It will be a blessed day! I hope you have a blessed Christmas, too!

  8. Lynn Pierce says:

    Enjoying breakfast with family after opening our gifts and then spending the afternoon together.

  9. Sandy Johnson says:

    Will be spending Christmas at home with the family. Merry Christmas!

  10. Staying home this Christmas and cooking for the family. Hope to have a fruit cake just to prove there are great fruit cakes out there still.

  11. Angela Brantley says:

    My husband & I will be spending Christmas alone, on vacation. We will miss our family terribly, but get one vacation per year and must take it this time of the year due to our occupation. Your fruit cake would be a welcomed addition!

  12. Polly Bryant says:

    I will be spending a lovely, peaceful, Christ-centered Chistmas, with my oldest daughter and son-in-law in the country, surrounded by beautiful woods and maybe snow!!

  13. Bill Blake says:

    I’ll be cooking for the family this year. Hope to have some fruitcake to enjoy along with the turkey! Merry Christmas!

  14. Our Children and Grand’s will spend Christmas with us. I have been cooking to prepare all their favorites.
    It will be a wonderful day. We always celebrate the birth of Christ. Merry Christmas

  15. jeanie says:

    hi steve,new to your site,but am so glad i found it.i’m from dayton, tn.and love good ole southern cooking.don’t have a lot of time for the computer.i’m retired and take care of a 3 year old great grandson and a,so my time is pretty well taken up.didn’t write you because of the contest,just wanted you to know how much i enjoyed your recipes.spending christmas with my family and am so thankful to god for all my many blessings.
    merry christmas to you and your family..

  16. Phyllis Smith says:

    Garry & I will travel to our home place in southeast Alabama, with our 3 babies (Bama (APBT), Sadie (Cocker Spaniel), & CiCi (15 yo Chihuahua )). It’s a long ride from central Texas! But, it’s worth it to spend time with precious loved ones. I will be making them some of your awesome cornbread and mashed potatoes with gravy … Yummmmm!!

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year, y’all !!

  17. Martha Olive says:

    Hope my NJ son and his family will be able to come for a few days after Christmas. Any time spent with family is precious to me. Merry Christmas.

  18. Rhonda Worrell says:

    I will spend Christmas morning getting ready for all my children and grandchildren to come over. That afternoon, we will read the Christmas story from the Bible, open presents, enjoy a meal together and then celebrate 2 of my sons’ birthdays. Yes, I had 2 boys born on Christmas day – 5 years and 3 hours apart! 🙂

  19. Mildred (Granny) says:

    Merry Christmas! I’m planning on enjoying the holiday because I get to see my newly married granddaughter who is coming to visit. I’ve missed her alot.

  20. Christine Cameron says:

    I will be cooking early in expectation of my nieces and nephews coming by. We are gonna eat and just enjoy our precious time together. We’ve suffered so many losses these past few years and still standing strong. Thank the lord for one more day to celebrate and praise him
    Blessed Christmas day to all.

  21. Dianne Butler says:

    Greetings and Merry Christmas to all. I will be going to my Daughters apt. And count the blessing of having a little grandaughter. Joy to the world.

  22. charlene says:

    On Christmas Eve my grown children and their children stay all night and we wake up early and open share our gifts. We have a big breakfast of bacon, sausage, pancakes, eggs, biscuits and gravy. Later in the day we join with other family members and share our Christmas dinner. We play games and reminisce about days of the past. We laugh at times until we cry or can’t breathe. My favorite part is coming home to just sitting and enjoying what is left of the day with my husband and my son who is still at home, thankfully.It is a beautiful season to celebrate Jesus and I am so thankful that He gives it all to us.

  23. It will be pretty much like any other day. We no longer give each other Christmas presents. We won’t have a big meal. It’s not that we will be sad, but there is no family nearby.

  24. ElliePoo says:

    Will be celebrating Christmas at home acting like a “fruitcake” with both of my grandkids. We will play together with their new toys and play their new games!!!

  25. Joyce Thomson says:

    Will be spending Christmas with family. It is the one holiday that we are all together. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.

  26. Mary B. says:

    Christmas Eve my large family (6 kids and spouses and 11 grandchildren)gather at my daughter’s home for the family grab. Christmas Day, we enjoy lovely breakfast casserole (made ahead) and a standing rib roast later in the day. Lots of goodies for dessert. I enjoy your blog very much. Your recipes are delicious. Have a blessed Christmas and a happy and healthy 2016!


    Steve,I will be helping to cook christmas dinner.

  28. Jan Evans says:

    We will spend the first part of Christmas morning with our 9 yr old Labrador Retriever and our 1 year old Labradoodle. They will enjoy their stocking stuffers – tennis balls. Then we will go a few blocks over to my daughter’s house to see what Santa brought them. We will have a late lunch over at my daughter’s house, share Christmas gifts with them, then head down to our coastal home for the rest of the weekend, hopefully spending time with friends there. In all of this, I will constantly remind myself that it is the birthday of Jesus and be thankful for His birth because He was sent to earth by God to teach us what we need to do in order to enter the kingdom of Heaven and live eternally with God.

  29. Audrey Lewis says:

    I will be spending a blessed day with my daughter and granddaughter.

  30. Lillian Rayner says:

    I will be celebrating at home with my family. I grew up with Fruitcake at Christmas and it is not the same without it. Would love to introduce the grandchildren to wonderful FruitCake

  31. Brenda Compton says:

    We will celebrate Christmas with our family on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day,
    Merry Christmas to all & blessed New Year. Keep Christ in Christmas!

  32. Pat Nelson says:

    We will be cooking Christmas for my husband, my daughter, son-in-law, & myself. Would love to serve this beautiful looking cake for dessert. I don’t like most fruitcakes, but you had me at “nutty” on this one.
    Thanks and Merry Christmas everyone.359

  33. Lori Keiper says:

    My husband and I will have a very peaceful and thankful day at home, resting after a very busy holiday season at our restaurant, The Tavern in Old Salem!

  34. Sandra Turner says:

    I will wake up, sing Happy Birthday to Jesus. Call distant family members, wish them Merry Christmas. Will finish cooking whatever dishes. Prepare plates for Christmas plate deliveries. Deliver to elderly, family etc. Come home, clean up and watch Christmas movies till I go to sleep!

    • Lisa Luker says:

      You are a very unselfish caring person. I was thrilled to read your plans for Christmas Day which are to care for others by feeding them and spreading cheer on an otherwise especially lonely day. Thank-you for being a wonderful roll model for those who know you.
      Have a very Merry Christmas as we celebrate the birthday of the One who loves us more than we can know.

  35. I will be spending Christmas with family and friends. Wishing everyone a very MERRY CHRISTMAS

  36. Charles Warren says:

    Merry Christmas all!!!

  37. Earl Gardner says:

    Spending Christmas with family. Merry Christmas!

  38. Patricia Whorton says:

    Nothing starts the day like a special breakfast, buffet style, shared with all the children and grandchildren who have come to ‘grandma’s house”….. Visiting the homes of the children and sharing food, fun, and fellowship as the children open gifts is only one of the highlights of Christmas Day. Phone calls to friends, visit to the cemetery, the assisted living facility fill the hours of the day, and finally ending the day in quiet solitude as the awesomeness of just how blessed we truly are settles into our hearts. I’m so glad that royal little stranger (Christ) was made welcome there in the manger so long, long ago.

  39. Thomas Lynn says:

    Christmas day will be spent with the one I love, visiting her children, my children, my sister, and remembering “Mother” who is not here to be a part of this glorious day. Gifts will be exchanged, food shared and enjoyed at the homes we visit, and the day will end with a quiet reflection of the blessings in our lives and thankfulness for the birth of Christ.

  40. Marlynn Marcks says:

    My husband and I will play with our toys, read our new books and finish the turkey dinner we had after church last night.

    • Marci Boswell says:

      For the first time in many years, we will have our entire family together, along with some close friends and one or two new friends that do not have anywhere to go. This year is especially wonderful as we have my first Great-granddaughter to enjoy! We are so very blessed!

    • Elsa Nystrom says:

      We will be home with visiting family, attend Mass, eat good food and love each other.

  41. Sonia C says:

    Dear Steve,
    This year I will be spending Christmas taking care of my mother. She is having a 12 hour surgery to correct a severe back problem. She loves Christmas so during her rehab stay, we will celebrate with her there. Just a different scenery but still a blessing to still have her with us. The family and myself will be bringing her lots of presents and wonderful food. Be blessed Steve and Merry Christmas!
    Sonia C

  42. Janice Robinson says:

    My daughter and grandchildren will be visiting from up north! We will attend candle light service in Christmas Eve and then have snacks and open presents. It will be the best time of the whole year.

  43. Regenia Simmons says:

    Will be having Christmas lunch with family and eating Southern Supreme fruitcake for dessert (whether won or purchased) then out driving that evening admiring all the beautiful Christmas decorations :~)

  44. Sandy Hatcher says:

    My husband and I will spend the day at home and enjoy the rest and relaxation and remember that it is Jesus’ birthday. We will be having our children and grandchildren in and celebrate Christmas on New Years Day. May everyone have a Merry Christmas and remember that Jesus is the reason for the season.

  45. Mary Singer says:

    Enjoying the wonderful day with my girls! Happy Birthday Jesus!

  46. Dr. Bill says:

    Will be with family, friends and pets!!

  47. Pauline Whooten says:

    Will be spending Christmas with my Mum, grandkids and the rest of the family. Can’t wait to see the little ones when Santa comes on Christmas morning!
    Thank you for your Wonderful website! Always cheers me when I’m having a bad day.
    Merry Christmas!

  48. Husband and I will be home celebrating the birth of Jesus. Will cook up one of our ducks for dinner and just relax. Merry Christmas everyone and a Happy New Year.

  49. Cathy says:

    We will be spending our Christmas with my 95.5 year-old mother and feel blessed each day we have her. Love this website – makes me feel homesick – born in Roanoke Rapids, grew up in Raleigh, now living in mountains of extreme NE Georgia but 5 miles from NC border, yay! MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.

  50. leona holloway says:

    will spend with a friend, her grand children and her children all of mine will be here as well. I am so happy it is a blessing. I can not wait.

  51. Stephanie W. says:

    Around here it is all about food! Making a prime rib and a bunch of yummy sides. Open a few presents and watch Christmas movies on tv all day. I really enjoy your website and use many of your recipes. Merry Christmas to you and a very happy 2016!!!

  52. Walt Caudle says:

    We will be spending a glorious day with our family on Christmas. My mother (from Morganton, NC) used to make the best fruitcake. Everyone always thought eew, fruitcake, but I secretly liked it and could taste the love she put in it.

  53. Karen White says:

    My husband, son, and I will be eating Christmas dinner with my mother-in-law who is an 89 year old amputee( leg-bone cancer)in a wheelchair who is still in good health otherwise and, to her enjoyment, is still able to cook for her family on these special holiday occasions!
    Would love a fruitcake for dessert!

    Merry Christmas!

  54. Sandy C. says:

    All of my family get together for Christmas Eve for fellowship and good Southern cooking. This will be the first year without our dear mom who passed away earlier this year from Alzheimer’s. I love your recipes and must tell you that I have searched and searched the internet for the last few years for my mama’s coconut cake recipe and cannot tell you how excited I was when I found it here…your mama’s coconut cake!! This has made my day and I can’t wait to make it for our Christmas Eve party. The fruitcake would be a nice addition too. Thank you and Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  55. Gina Price says:

    Christmas with family! Merry Christmas !

  56. Nonnie says:

    I will be home cooking and hoping my family comes over.and they will at some tends to get complicated when they have their own families.but that’s what I taught them.It is all about family.Merry Christmas

  57. Flo says:

    On Christmas Day I will be relaxing with family.

  58. My hubby and I just moved from our home of 35 years to be close to our daughters and grandkids.
    We will all be gathered in our new house celebrating life as I have been battling cancer this year
    and missing my mom who passed in Feb. We will debate who’s turn it is to say Grace and praise God
    that we are all together.

  59. Brenda Sewell says:

    My husband and I will be getting up to an empty house for the first time in 32 years as our last child at home married in June. So after coffee and gift opening we will go breakfast with our son, his wife and first grandchild. Come home and put out a big spread for family and anyone else needing a holiday meal. Play games, eat more and rejoice for all the blessings God has given us!!!!! Ain’t GOD good.

  60. Stanley Owen says:

    My wife start the am with cereal and A&P Coffee. At 10:00 our son and wife and it’s open presents and eat cake and talk talk and talk. Then it out to the home place in the country with sister and family.

  61. Dana says:

    My family and I will be ejoying Southern Supreme’s delicious fruitcake! I look forward to the Craftsmen Classic arts and craft festival here in Virginia, where Southern Supreme sells their fruitcake. It is a dense and delicious, moist cake, loaded with lots of candied fruit and nuts!

  62. Debbie says:

    Dear Steve, as for me and my family we will celebrate jesus’s birthday and to be honest our family has been touched with a lot of cancer this year, so I am asking for miracles….for my husband, brother and uncle.. So all I really need are prayers. Thank you for all your wonderful recipes and God Bless Everyone this Christmas and may everyone be safe and happy..

  63. Sarah H says:

    I will be traveling back home to my family in VA for the first time since getting married. It will be fun!

  64. Connie Boldt says:

    Our family gets together every Christmas, even if we have to travel or fly. Daughters and sons, and their spouses; grandchildren and great grandchildren – even our dogs and cats get to join in on the festivity. It is a wonderful happy time for all of us.

    Wishing everyone a blessed and merry Christmas….

  65. Jennai says:

    Our plans are to drive to the Grandparent’s house — the first time we have been able to travel there instead of vice versa for years!

  66. Sandra says:

    Christmas Eve candlelight service at the church. Then traditional pancake breakfast followed by opening presents. My son will be home from college and am hoping my daughter and her husband will be able to make it too. Have a joyous Christmas!

  67. sharon says:

    If the Lord tarry, I am celebrating Christmas differently this year. I am going to bless others that are less fortunate than I am, and let them know how much Jesus love them,and the true meaning of Christmas. Merry Christmas!

  68. Janna Henry says:

    My husband, three kids and son-in-law will be traveling 5 hours to my mom’s house. We are looking forward to visiting with family and celebrating Christmas with all. The fruitcake looks delicious!

  69. Deb says:

    Hi Steve! We’ll be making our traditional sausage biscuits and orange danish rolls for Christmas morning breakfast, opening gifts…..and getting ready for my newly married daughter and son-in-law to arrive from GA in time for supper. They will be with his family Christmas Eve, their own little first Christmas together on Christmas morning, and then heading to VA to be with us for the weekend. We are, of course, super excited to have them here this Christmas! We are very blessed.

    And, I’m familiar with Southern Supreme fruitcake…having tasted samples at their booth at Christmas craft shows in the past. You’re right, the fruitcake is just wonderful!!! And that’s why i’m hoping you’ll please draw my name. 🙂

    Merry Christmas, Steve!

  70. bob sala says:

    I WANT a fruitcake! Cooking greens now. 2nd time. Thanks!!

  71. Cindy Brandon says:

    Hi!!! In the morning my daughter and I will meet my siblings and their children at my mother’s house to spend the morning opening gifts and have a light breakfast (last year I made the sweet potato biscuits). We leave, I finish my cooking, and then we all meet at my aunt’s house (my mom has 7 sisters and 5 brothers, so I have a lot of cousins), and have dinner talk, and open presents. We may have a talent show…who knows!! Hope your holiday is blessed!!!!

  72. I will be making dinner for the family and friends at my house, and the tv’s will be on tuned into the parade and then the football games.

  73. Phil Ingram says:

    Looking forward to our sons being home to celebrate Christmas as a family

  74. Thelma K Cox says:

    After we are up and pass out our Santa, I will be preparing Christmas brunch for my family, which will consist of breakfast foods. I will also prepare appetizers for the rest of the day. After brunch and phone calls, text and other to wish all Merry Christmas, I stay in my pajamas, curl up on the sofa or my bed and watch Christmas Movies All Day, from my traditional selection to new movies I have not watched. Later I prepare a left over meal from our Christmas Eve dinner of probably ham or turkey sandwiches and watch the day turn into a solemn night with the tree lights and outside lights and candles inside glowing.

  75. Anita says:

    Breakfast with the grandchildren in the morning and an open house buffet for family and friends in the evening.
    Merry Christmas to all!

  76. Erin says:

    Having dinner with whomever comes to our home. Happy holiday!

  77. Mellissa says:

    I will have a nice Christmas dinner and watch Christmas movies.

  78. kathy says:

    Celebrating our Lord’s birthday with family. Merry Christmas!

  79. Stacy Welch says:

    usually CHRISTMAS dinner is at my house. But, because of reoccurrence of stage 4 Breast cancer for the fifth time, it would be rather difficult for me to prepare my holiday feast. I’m going to my son’s house to eat their first married Christmas. By the way, I’m an avid lover of fruit cake! The picture shown above has me drooling. It is delicious looking!

  80. Sandra Lowry says:

    It seems it will just be my husband and I at our home on Christmas Day this year. It seems our family is a little fragmented with members living elsewhere. However, we will get to “visit” by phone. Still, it will be a wonderful day.
    Merry Christmas Steve!

  81. Tommy Hill says:

    I will be deep frying a Turkey with the family hope you all have a blessed holiday

    • Linda says:

      Every Christmas we always cooK at my mother in laws house. Over the summer she fell and had brain surgery and is not able this year. So I will cook Christmas dinner for the first time on my own and invite my in laws over as well as my family to have the best Christmas ever!

  82. Judy says:

    I will spend Christmas Eve with friends then Christmas at home watching The Hallmark Channel. A friend shared a piece of Southern Supreme fruitcake last year and it was wonderful.

  83. Angela James says:

    We will be having are annual Christmas Breakfast in the remembrances of my older brother that started this 15 years ago..he happen to pass away 3 years ago and we still continue in his honor..we meet up over to my Sister-n-law house arriving in our PJ’s..we eat play games and talk about old times as a family we all enjoy that one special time together..

  84. Lori Dom says:

    Going to my parents for Christmas dinner with the family. Have a Merry,Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year.

  85. Patricia Millen says:

    We’ll go to Kentucky to spend Christmas with our son and his family. Their children are 7 and 11 so it’s a real gift to be with them at such a joyous time.

  86. Glenda Melvin says:

    We travel from Myrtle Beach to Fayetteville to visit with friends and family in the afternoon on Christmas Eve and then go on to Apex to spend the night with the daughter, son-in-love and Granddarling. We are there for Santa on Christmas morning. We then go to Stedman to do lunch with the husband’s brother and his family and then head back home late that evening.

  87. dave helsing says:

    Will spend time with the Lord and my family. God bless America.

  88. Betty Maloney says:

    My husband & I will continue a tradition we started when our first grandchild was born, 22 years ago, which is going to our son’s house as soon as the children awake & watch them open their gifts from Santa. Our youngest is now 17, but the tradition continues!! So much fun!!

  89. Sarah McKim says:

    I’ll be spending Christmas with my Mom and two sisters. Since my dad passed away a lot of the traditions have been put aside and we tend to have a pretty quiet day. Thankfully the one thing that doesn’t change is the celebration of His birth!!

  90. Jo Perry says:

    After having our Christmas Eve dinner with son and family and all going to Candle Light service, my husband and I will wake up early and drive 1 1/2 hours to granddaughter’s home to watch 3 greatgrand children open gifts and have a wonderful brunch. In the afternoon we will drive 3 hours to another granddaughter’s home for dinner and play with 2 greatgrand children!

  91. Gisele Schaeffer says:

    We will have Christmas’ celebration with the family coming to our house in eastern North Carolina . Gifts exchange and lunch. Turducken and ham with all the trimmings and for dessert a Christmas log .
    A merry Christmas to you Steve!
    Gisele Schaeffer

  92. Brian K says:

    I will be up early and make coffee for my wife and I. All our kids and grandkids[yea they are the best] will be here in the afternoon. We will cook our traditional breakfast. All I want for Christmas is our family being home with us. Merry Christmas to all.

  93. Linda Storey says:

    We plan to get with the family a week before Christmas because they live 3 1/2 hrs. away from us and since we are older we try very hard to miss the holiday traffic , plus we like to be in church at Christmas. I tried your fruitcake at the Southern Christmas show in Charlotte, N.C. It is divine. I purhased a small one to have at Christmas. I can hardly wait, I may not!

  94. Clara Smith says:

    After having a family Christmas the weekend before Christmas day, my husband and I will celebrate the birth of Christ quietly at home. If our unmarried son and grandson comes by we will feed them and let them hang out with us. We will call our other children and grandchildren and find out what presents they received and wish them a Merry Christmas. When the day is over we will go to bed knowing that Christ is the God/Man who came to earth to save us to glorify Him.

  95. Al Bowers says:

    With family in the beautiful mountains outside of Blairsville, Georgia, feasting on Pat’s fired chicken.

  96. LindY G Sherrod says:

    We will be at home, which has always been our tradition. Some of our grown kids will be with us, but sadly some won’t be able to make it. I really love Fruitcake!

  97. milner smith says:

    our family traditionally has a family meal and story telling time on Christmas eve. then we celebrate on Christmas day by giving presents and going to church to worship the Christ in Christmas.
    may you be blessed during this season. keep up the good work.

  98. James Robertson says:

    Christmas will be with my children and grandchildren, whom consumes a lot of food. Hopefully they will be able to taste fruitcake for the first time.

  99. Tina says:

    I will be spending the day with my wonderful family not far from you in Asheboro!

  100. Maria Frederick says:

    We will be giving thanks.

  101. Andrea says:

    We will celebrate Christmas with our family at home on the farm and then we will take a trip to Houston to celebrate with the extended family and my dad, who, by the way, loves a good fruitcake! Merry Christmas!

  102. Marlene Ashburn says:

    Christmas eve in Michigan with son & family, brother,sister-in-law, sister, her family. Then on to Chicago to meet newest grandchild, who is to appear o Dec 17. Then back home to Tennessee. Yes, we are truly blessed.

  103. linda sengstock says:

    we are going to Waukesha,wi to spend it with our 2 daughters and their spouses and 5 grandchildren.

  104. Betty Goodman says:

    We will be having breakfast with one of our daughters and her family.

  105. Janet Doby says:

    Our big day is Christmas eve, all the children and grandchildren will be gathered at our house. On Christmas day my husband and I will enjoy a quiet day together.

  106. Christmas is a sad time for my husband and I due to losing our 17 yr old son 5 years ago so we don’t normally do much. This year I am planning on cooking dinner for my entire family since my mother is not able due to surgery. We enjoy the family time but not the big celebrations since life is not the same anymore. I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and remember the reason for the season.

  107. Annette says:

    My husband and I are traveling to FL to spend Christmas with my cousin who recently lost her last sibling, a sister, from cancer. A second cousin and his wife who spend summers in FL are driving over to meet with us for dinner. Nobody will be alone, we get to reminisce, and we will share the day. What a nice way to spend Christmas.
    May you and all your readers be blessed with Peace and Love,

  108. Ann Turner says:

    I will celebrate Christmas Eve with my parents, my brothers and their families, my children, and grandchild. We will cook BBQ chicken, pastry, peas, and other traditional foods. I will celebrate Christmas Day with my husband’s family, our children and grandchild. We are so blessed to live in the same area with all of our loved ones!

  109. Lisa Joslin says:

    It’s simple really; I will be working at a shelter for women who are the victims of Domestic Violence. It is staffed 24/7 and someone needs to be there. I count it a privilege to share the Lord’s special day with those in pain (and among them some children who also suffer in these situations). Christmas is to be a time of Joy and Peace and so to be with these ladies and celebrate the day with them is an honor. We will have the tree aglow, good food in the oven and hopefully laughter in spite of their pain.

  110. Frank Stevens says:

    Myself and my Golden, Tucker, will be going for a long walk I walk,, he runs. Then, just a quiet dinner and perhaps some Christmas movies.

  111. Pat Laws says:

    All our children will be home for Christmas, we will spend the day together.

  112. Anne Mancini says:

    My husband and I will be celebrating Christmas very differently this year. We are heading down to the Dominican Republic and plan on spending the holiday on the beach. Surely, sharing your fruitcake will start some awesome friendships from across the globe. Please include some business cards so we can share your website!

  113. Colleen Gold says:

    My family & I will spend Christmas Day at home in our pjs. It will be a bit different as my granddaughter is working in a nursing home & will work Christmas. We will eat a lot . After she gets home we will exchange gifts & have beef tenderloin dinner. Then just enjoy some R&R time.

  114. Robin Lasley says:

    We are staying home. 92 year old Mama will come from her assisted living on Christmas Eve and spend the night, so we have the joy of Christmas morning together. We have invited a few close friends and my cousin, who loves fruitcake, by the way, and his family. I’ll be cooking whatever Mama wants. Last year she wanted lobster, so we did lobster for Christmas dinner and Boullibaise for our annual New Years Eve Tournament of Roses Parade party (we live about 4 blocks from the parade route). Hopefully she’ll pick something a bit less costly this year, but hey at 92? We’ll spoil her rotten. Joy to you and yours Steve, and that you for all the blessings and joy you give to all of us.

  115. Vanessa Wortham says:

    What are your plans for Christmas Day?

    I plan to spend my day on my parent’s 80 acre farm. My mother has passed away so I will be doing all the cooking.

  116. Dorothy oldham says:

    We will probably have a quiet Christmas at home with our daughter. We usually have one of our adult children and their family but not this year.
    BTW. We love a good fruitcake.

  117. Alicia Day says:

    We will go over to my mother’s apartment and exchange gifts. We will bring lunch since she is no longer able to cook. My husband will probably fry a turkey and I’ll fix some sides. So thankful to still be able to celebrate Christmas with her.

  118. Katie says:

    Hey Steve, Hoping my family will be home for Christmas this year. I love fruit cake. Merry Christmas everyone, and may God Bless .

  119. Vickie Wells says:

    We usually start our Christmas morning with fresh ham sandwiches and nut cake that was a recipe of my Grandmother’s. This was a tradition with my family when I was growing up and became mine and my husbands tradition when we married in 1973. Both of my sons are in the army and will both be here along with my daughter who lives out of state. This will be the first time in 4 years that all of my children have been together. We will be having lunch at our house. I am so excited. Merry Christmas.

  120. Kathleen Mc says:

    Hopefully with my children and grandchildren. And hopefully also enjoying this beautiful fruitcake.

  121. Ms. Terry McGoron says:

    we will most likely eat out. For two, it is cheaper than buying everything we like.

  122. Ben S. says:

    Food and family all day until we’re exhausted and ready for a nap.

  123. Sandy White says:

    We will be cooking a big pot of soup or stew and later in the afternoon our family including children, awesome teenage grandchildren. brothers family, and son in law, will eat and then open gifts and be so thankful that we are so totally blessed to be able to spend this time together celebrating the birth of our Jesus Christ.
    Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and a very Happy New Year.

  124. Lisa Roskam says:

    This year for Christmas, my son is coming home from college. Also, my husband will finally be home, he has been working out of town for the past three years so it will be nice having everyone home for Christmas. Also, I will be having my mother, brother and sister who is autistic over for dinner. Blessed! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  125. Thomas says:

    We will have all of our friends over that have nowhere to go and make sure they get a good meal.

  126. Beverly says:

    Merry Christmas to Steve and all his followers. I hope to spend Christmas holding a new grandchild that is expected to arrive a week before Christmas just as we celebrate the birth of baby Jesus. We will spend the day with family and friends, enjoy good food, and fellowship in Christian love.

  127. Mary says:

    My husband and I will start our Christmas morning with slices of my homemade stollen. We will have a ham dinner with all the trimmings later. There are just the two of us as we got together with relatives over Thanksgiving and everyone else lives in other towns here in Southern California. No driving on Christmas. We talk to other relatives and friends on the phone and catch up with their lives. We are all now in our 70’s and 80’s, so our circle is getting smaller every year. We visit with the neighbors for a few minutes and I bring them some cookies. The little one across the street is 9 months old and we love to visit him. Later on we have leftovers and maybe hopefully this year we will also have a piece of fruit cake. We will watch the football game and take a nap.

  128. Helen Brandt says:

    I will be having my family for Christmas. Being in my 80’s, this is the only time I have my family at my house for a celebration. A wonderful time with children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. This year I have two new great-grandsons to join in the celebration.

  129. Since my Florida Children came home for Thanksgiving, My husband and I will spend Christmas Day with my youngest daughter, husband and Grandson in Clayton. Our oldest daughter, will be with us. My youngest daughter is a marvelous cook. My daughter will make a Rib Roast, along with other dishes. She will make my Mother’s Pound Cake,flavored with a hint of Nutmeg, served either with custard, ice cream, or plain. Of course we will have the traditional Pecan Pie with Pecan Ice Cream [if you have room}
    We share cooking the food. I cooked the Collards & Cabbage recipe that was in March 2015 STATE MAGAZINE.
    The Colcannon is an Irish dish served with greens and potatoes. The N. C. version uses sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes. I am making the Sweet Potato Casserole instead of the one in the magazine. I cooked the Collard/Cabbage with a slice of lean Country Ham and ANNA’S HAM BASE.
    I have frozen the cooked Collards/Cabbage for Christmas Dinner.


  130. Leigh Anne Ellis says:

    We will start the morning with a big breakfast with my sister’s family. Then back home for some rest before preparing fun appetizers for my 5 siblings and their families as we enjoy watching the kids exchange gifts.

  131. wendy perry says:

    Now that mama and daddy are both gone (lost him this summer on my birthday), I just have my sister and her hubby and my nephew. I spend the night at their home and enjoy what Santa brings him…altho “the thrill is gone” in terms of Santa for him…but he still “believes” and we do too! We cook a big breakfast… usually some sausage from Smith’s down in Dortches… good old local eggs and bacon…. of course some NC milled grits! We move slowly and stay in our jammies for the day…. I mosey on home early afternoon.
    We have most of our Christmas on Christmas Eve. When he was a toddler, I started hiding my nephew Wyatt’s gifts and playing the “hot cold” game to find them. He’s 11 now and finds stuff fast, but several years ago he said “Dee Dee, you know you have to do this game with me FOREVER, even when I’m grown and have my own children, because THIS is “our special thing.” And I will always do this… it’s mine and his little “tradition.” It helps the time pass on that eager CE afternoon… we eat early supper… nothing in particular, just what we have a taste for each year…then go to church too.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours Steve!

  132. Nancy Valrance says:

    My husband and I will have a gentle, quiet day at home in SC, after having family on Christmas Eve and expecting the California contingent of our family to descend on the day after.

  133. Sandra Banks says:

    My husband and I will be having a quiet dinner and reflect back on the many blessings that has and will continue to come to us. We will be forever thankful for the birth of Jesus’s Christ our Lord.

  134. Karen J. says:

    We will spend it at home with the family. We keep some traditions from the “old country” and the customs of this great country.

    And above all, we keep in mind the true meaning of Christmas.

    Merry Christmas and all the best to you and yours,

  135. Karen M. says:

    My husband and I will have fun cooking Christmas dinner together and later enjoy the full moon as it climbs over the beautiful NC mountains.

  136. Kathleen says:

    After the loss of my husband (of 47-yrs), 4-yrs ago the children have always asked me to spend Christmas with them. My plan for Christmas is to stay home. I have already put up my tree. Our memories will always remain with me. have a blessed Christmas everyone. ~ Kathleen P.S. I love fruitcake.

  137. Joyce says:

    Family is coming as well as our local friends and neighbors for a big Christmas Day celebration.

  138. Jim Hall says:

    So happy to see you already have lots of comments! I’ll be helping a local church provide a Christmas breakfast & presents for a Veterans’ shelter who help folks get back on their feet.
    The Fruitcake you describe sounds good—-my Mom used to make a fruitcake she called “Grandma’s Fruitcake”—I can’t find a recipe she used anywhere—I didn’t care for the traditional stuff but loved hers–it was more like a moist pound cake w/ black walnuts & a few pieces of that weird bright-colored dried fruit the stores sell now—ever run across anything similar?

    • Yes! No citron is the secret. A lady helped me make cakes over 50 years ago.. yes to black walnuts! But harder to find nowadays. Yes to a round shape. Of course I wrap them in cheesecloth and soak in brandy and/or rum (or juice)for about 3 weeks keeping airtight. Your grandma and I were on the same page…how very lovely that you have honored her by remembering something so special….

  139. James Jackson says:

    We spend Christmas Day with friends of ours that were unable to have kids due to health problems. Also, they have no family in our state. So, we host them on Christmas so that they don’t feel lonely and so they can experience the majesty and true meaning of Christmas.

  140. Hal Picquet says:

    I will be at one of one of my six daughters then the day after to another daughters home for a full family celebration a tradition m,y wife and I started 60 years ago. Have a blessed Christmas…

  141. Karen Miller says:

    My husband and I will spending Christmas with our Church family. By the way, we both love fruitcake.

  142. Motheroflittle says:

    We travel every Thanksgiving to Cola SC so we relax here at home in Bailey NC for Christmas. I like to cook a leg of lamb and tzimmes. Hopefully we will have fruitcake for dessert.:)


  143. Billie Eller says:

    We’ll be spending Christmas with family and friends–among them my 90 year old mother.

  144. Linda Sessine says:

    I will be spending time with the family at home with lots of food and home-baked Christmas cookies.

  145. Daniel Potts says:

    I’ll either be at one of my sister’s or at a friend’s house.
    Thanks, Steve

  146. We will be spending Christmas at home.

  147. Kelly Smith says:

    I’m traveling down to Douglasville to see my sister and her family (my only niece and nephew) to eat lots of good food, open presents and play loads of games!

  148. Carrie Morris says:

    I will be spending Christmas with family, cooking & eating (my favorite is eating 🙂 )Merry Christmas

  149. Deborah says:

    I will cook dinner Christmas Eve for our church choir as they will be singing at three services that evening…will feed them between the six o’clock and 10pm-midnight service…they work so hard to makes Christmas special for everyone, they deserve a really special meal so there will be lots of good food for them that night! Christmas Day will be just my husband and myself…we will roast a fresh goose on the bbq rotisserie and enjoy the day and the gift of true love…

  150. libby rouse says:

    My four children and their families will be coming to my house for lunch, lots of food, fun, and presents! Can’t hardly wait.

  151. Sylvia says:

    Hello Steve, We plan to be at Myrtle Beach with family. Hope you and your family have a bless Christmas. And yes, we really love Southern Supreme Fruit Cake and all other goodies that they make!!!

  152. Doug Dodson says:

    There are two sides to my coin…I’ll either go to Texas and visit my daughter and grandkids, or I’ll stay home and chill…just don’t know!

  153. Sylvia Parker says:

    First Santa will come to see my 8 year old grand son who lives with us and then we will have family over for a Christmas breakfast of shrimp and grits, breakfast casserole, and your fruitcake. It is still in the box because if my son knows we have one, it will be gone in one day. He knows I have ordered one for each of my sisters so he is not sniffing around yet.

  154. D Gosnell says:

    We always celebrate on Christmas Eve with the children coming home. Christmas Day is a quiet time here for us and we like to pick a movie to go to.

  155. John Evers says:

    Christmas Day is going to be taking Colette and Bohdi to the airport to go home since there’s a big discount to fly then; Christmas is on the 24th to accommodate the travelling. Here’s wishing Peace to all.

  156. Blank Beth says:

    Live in Charleston, SC. Friends visited for Thanksgiving so I am flying to see them in NJ for Christmas. Have spent previous 4 birthdays & both holidays in hospital so this is a real thrill for me. I love fruitcake & hope I win one in this giveaway!

  157. courtney says:

    My family and I will be opening gifts and enjoying each other’s company. I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas!!

  158. Deb Forney says:

    My children and grandchildren will be coming to our house to open gifts and enjoy a brunch together. Merry Christmas and God’s Blessings to all.

  159. Darlean Allen says:

    I will be traveling to Savannah Georgia to be with my daughters for Christmas we will be celebrating I’ll first Christmas in Georgia since they move there three years ago. We will be starting a new tradition there, I will be cooking Christmas dinner and making new memories. I PRAY everyone have a BLESS CHRISTMAS AND BE SAFE. GOD BLESS

  160. kay says:

    Yummm! This fruitcake looks delicious!
    Our home will be blessed with my daughters family,2 grandkids, our 3 fuzzy kids and mom. Merry Christmas to all!

  161. Barbara Vaughan says:

    Hey there! Each member of our small local family has been sick, one after another,and we have postponed gathering for Thanksgiving several times. We finally are able to celebrate today. Christmas is something we are looking forward to very much. We will eat a delicious traditional meal at our house as usual, planned and prepared by our daughter,and place a phone call to our son who is in the military far away. That way we will be all together and what more could we want?

  162. E. C. Hazelwood says:

    Spend time with family and eating all the traditional foods.

    Very much enjoy your weekly emails.

  163. jadip says:

    Hoping to spend time with my family, and hoping everyone is healthy and happy!

  164. Anita Davis says:

    Our family comes together for music, eats all day long, an afternoon of the movie “The Christmas Story” and a fun game of Dirty Santa (cleaned up of course). Merry Christmas everyone! Hey I’ve got an idea….let’s all make a Gratitude list or a list of goals for the next year, seal it in an envelope and not open it until next year to see how God moved in our lives. Be Blessed!

  165. Robin R. says:

    My son and I will be having a quiet Christmas Day at home. Having lost my husband and his father, we decided to focus on the holiday and our small family. Merry Christmas to all!

  166. Marguerite says:

    Will be cooking dinner for the extended family and enjoying the day. Merry Christmas to all!

  167. Piety Seymour says:

    I will be cooking Christmas dinner for my family and enjoying all of God’s blessings. Merry Christmas!!!

  168. Terri Baker says:

    This Christmas Day I will be spending with my younger sister and her family in Southern California. I will be seeing my 4 month old great-niece Rory for the first time, and hope to spoil her rotten! My sisters in I used to spend the holidays together, all 3 in the kitchen preparing the Christmas Dinner. Times changed, our older sister moved to Ireland and the UK, my younger sister to Southern California, and me to New Orleans. Last year, for the first time in many, many years, we were all 3 together again, in my nephew’s kitchen, cooking Christmas Dinner for the family. There is nothing like a Christmas Dinner prepared by the Fabulous Baker Sisters! We will miss my older sister this year…..

  169. Jenny King says:

    Will be spending Christmas at home

  170. VickiT says:

    We always have Christmas at our house for the family. This year it may be moved to one of my son’s homes, although that hasn’t been confirmed/decided upon yet. Either way, we will be with family. I just love watching the grandchildren because they get so excited about anything/everything. They are still young enough that any gift they get is loved as if it were the biggest diamond in the world. They’re so much fun to watch when they are that young where everything so exciting to open.

  171. Annie says:

    I will be traveling about a block to my Mom’s house on Christmas day and taking a few side dishes to share with the family. The best part is spending time with my 6 year old grand-daughter. She is precious to me and believes everything I tell her right now, which is hilarious. She makes me laugh so hard. I’m lucky to have family close by. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  172. Lula Mae ridings says:

    Brunch with children and grandchildren at our house. Lots of good food and good times.

  173. Charlotte says:

    It will be me, hubby and the four Pekingese. I will cook a turkey and pumpkin pie and everyone will happy.

  174. WacthinIt says:

    We will be enjoying the day, our tree, and Christmas music and fruitcake at home. We will visit our geese and tell them how lucky they are.

  175. Mary says:

    Spending Christmas Day at our son’s home. Merry Christmas!

  176. Church and each other (56 years!)Just made our fruit and nut cakes. We will see if this one matches up to mine, that I have made since 1961.

  177. David M. Williams says:

    I will be going to my mother-in-law’s house for Christmas, and visit with my wife’s family in Lafayette, Louisiana. We might even have a pig roasted in a Cajun “microwave” like we did a few years ago. Her sisters married Cajuns.

  178. frances heinzer says:

    Will be spending Christmas at home this year.

  179. Jack Bates says:

    We are hosting family get together at our house. Both of our children and all of our grand children will be with us. Son and grandson coming down from Virginia. Daughter and her 2 children coming from Athens. Thank you for your giveaways and your recipes. I enjoy your letters to us, too. Hope you have a blessed Christmas. Jack

  180. Marian O'Neal says:

    I will be spending a quiet Christmas at home with my husband. We’ll exchange small gifts and cook whatever we think up that day.

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  182. Terry says:

    Midnight Mass Christmas Eve and Dinner w/family thereafter.

  183. Sheila Priddy says:

    We will be spending Christmas Day with our beautiful family.

  184. My husband, two little wiener dogs and our little kitty will be home in front of our tree, fireplace and all of our presents place under our tree. Loving laughing and enjoying our family and home….pj clad all day with wonderful food and bunches of kisses and hugs from all of us! Merry Christmas one and all…….Theresa, Frank, Snickers, Hershey & Tootsie xxxxxooooo

  185. Sally Vining says:

    I will be cooking dinner for my family.

  186. Maggie says:

    We will be going to Charleston to spend Christmas with our daughter,son in law and 4 granddogs. LOVE fruitcake! Thanks for the giveaway Steve!

  187. Mary Osborne says:

    Will spend Christmas Day at my daughter`s.

  188. Lynn Krasnowski says:

    We will be spending a quiet day with our family after having brunch and opening gifts.

  189. Charles Alexander says:

    I will be at my sisters house eating BBQ

  190. Linda Smith says:

    My granddaughter & I will be enjoying good food & our presents together on Christmas Day.

  191. Mark Teal says:

    What a wonderful time for family gathering, food and fun together, and through it all remembering that is a celebration of our dear Lord’s birth. His message of Peace to us all and the Joy he shares with all who chose to follow him.

  192. Elizabeth Jordan says:

    I will be cooking Christmas dinner and taking care of my mother as always,God bless you and family and Merry Christmas and happy new year.

    • Erva Reamsbottom says:

      We will be having Christmas just the two of us at home and hoping we can have a big slice of that wonderful
      Fruitcake you show in your picture. We both love fruitcake. And we will be celebrating the birth of Jesus.

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