I have a bone-in turkey breast for Christmas dinner, but if I find a good deal on a smaller ham in the meantime, I might consider having that instead, and saving the turkey breast for after the holidays. I love a good ham, and haven't had one in a while. I cooked acorn squash for Thanksgiving because I hadn't had one in a while, and I got it at a good price. Since squash is sold by weight and they tend to be larger, they can be expensive. I decided to try the acorn squash, even though I hadn't had one in a long time. I was very happy with how it came out, and am hoping to serve it again at Christmas dinner. I sliced it in half and cooked it halfway, then pulled it out, scored the inside so the flavors would seep in, added some butter and brown sugar, and finished cooking it. It was fabulous. So, my Christmas dinner will consist of either turkey breast or ham, acorn squash, some variation of potatoes, squash, cranberry sauce, probably carrots and green beans, and a dessert. I haven't decided on what to make for dessert yet. I love a good pumpkin pie, but I might make a fruit pie for Christmas. What are you having? Do you cook the meal yourself, have help, have it catered, go to someone else's house, eat out, etc.?