One of my family's Christmas morning traditions is a special breakfast. I may have written about it before, but it can withstand repeating.
The tradition of mush, also known as scrapple, goes back over a hundred years in our family. We boil a fresh ham and save the broth. Plain yellow cornmeal is added to the hot broth until it's too thick to stir.
On Christmas morning, I slice the mush and pan fry it. It's almost like having French fries for breakfast. It's delicious and I love carrying on a long line of mush eaters.