Michael Symon’s Holiday Must-Haves

by in Food Network Chef, Holidays, December 18th, 2013

Michael SymonWhether it’s enjoying Grandma’s sprinkles-dusted sugar cookies and marshmallow-studded hot cocoa by her fireplace, singing along with your favorite carols in the car, or curling up on the couch and watching timeless Christmas movies, holiday rituals are an essential part of the season. For many, the celebration simply wouldn’t be complete without certain traditions. Just in time for the upcoming holidays, FN Dish sat down with Iron Chef Michael Symon during a recent trip to Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa to find out how he celebrates the season. Although much of his work takes him to New York City, he’ll be celebrating in his hometown of Cleveland this year, and when it comes to his seasonal sipper of choice, he’ll reach for rich hot cocoa over eggnog any day. Read on below to hear from Michael and learn more of his holiday must-haves.

Hot cocoa or eggnog: Hot cocoa

Gingerbread or sugar cookies: Gingerbread

The movie Christmas Vacation or Elf: Christmas Vacation

The song “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” or “Frosty the Snowman”: Frosty

Favorite reindeer: Prancer

Real Christmas tree or fake: Real

Beef, lamb, turkey or ham on Christmas: We do multiple. We do lamb, beef, lasagna, ham.

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Comments (1)

  1. the Captain says:

    Why does that pic remind me of someone who parachutes out of a plane?
    Symon is a seriously good Chef.

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