I would for sure add some veggie sides since they aren't on the menu. It seems to be a mix of Southern food and a Traditional Christmas menu which leaves you in great luck for veggie sides that go either way.
Roasted sweet potatoes with honey/cinnamon glaze
Baked green beans/mushrooms and thin slices onions tossed with olive oil and herbs/spices - this is like a green bean casserole but without the gravy or mushroom sauce... veggies are kept pure in this dish
Five spice mixed sautted greens and mushrooms dish .. collard, mustard, turnip, swiss chard, kale ... with garlic, mushrooms and red chili flakes for some spice kick
Roasted root veggie platter with seasonal root veggies
Roasted winter squash or a vegetarian option of roasted stuffed winter squash - butternut and acorn work great with a whole grain pilaf with dried fruit/nuts/seeds of choice
Shrimp cocktail with cajun cocktail sauce or cajun style ceviche
Creole corn chowder
Homemade mac and cheese with cajun-crumb topping
Simple spring greens salad with a seasonal chopped fruit like apples and some candied pecans.
Fresh fruit salad and raw veggie platters always win
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