By Published On: December 17, 2013

Here are our favorite holiday traditions. What are yours? Tweet us using #d3tradtions.

Mary: I bake Grandma’s bread recipe each Christmas to share with my relatives.

Victoria: Midnight Mass at the beautiful Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis.

Tina: My family holiday tradition: We give money to the grownups, pooling it all into a fund. When there’s enough saved, we take a trip together.

Patrick: Christmas Eve with my family: 8 bros & sisters, 7in-laws, 20+ nieces & nephews, 4 great-n/ns. Dad always says: It’s a whole lotta holly jolly!

Maureen: We normally visit relatives in Mankato and the Kiwanis Holiday Light show in Sibley Park is amazing. If you go, please bring a non-perishable food item for the local food shelves.

Tim: Making hot apple cider and adding a little cinnamon schnapps on the extra cold nights.

Fred: My favorite holiday tradition is making a turkey outside on a real charcoal Weber grill for Christmas Day dinner – easy and delicious!

Sheryl: Family breakfast by the tree on Christmas morning


Megan: Reflect on the past, plan for the future, raise a glass w/ family and friends, eat Beef Stroganoff and fave cookies from childhood. #d3tradtions

Beth: Mexican food for Christmas Eve.

Melinda: Heading to Macy’s to walk through the holiday display and stopping for gingerbread cookies afterwards…

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