Rob Kardashian opened up about his famous family's Christmas plans, revealing which of his reality star sisters holds the reigns in the kitchen.
"They make great eggs and my mom makes awesome French toast -- a whole big buffet," Kardashian told People magazine on Wednesday. "We're Armenian, and my sister Kourtney makes this Armenian breakfast called Beeshee. She hands down kills it, but Khloé actually takes it because she can make all kinds of stuff and she makes food for Lamar [Odom] all the time. She does a great pasta and chicken."
The close-knit family, who've opened up their homes to the E! Network for "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and its numerous spin-offs have holiday traditions that go beyond the menu as well.
"[My mom] passes out pajamas every year -- different ones. We all have to wear them and we sleep at the house and wake up at 6 a.m. The girls make breakfast and we open presents and the whole nine," Kardashian continued. "My mom also throws an awesome Christmas party every year and at the end of the party -- once everyone leaves -- we all sit by the fire and talk as a family."
The younger Kardashian sibling said that the family has been closer than ever since his sister Kim Kardashian announced her divorce from basketball player Kris Humphries in October.
"This is the time she needs us the most and every time we're together as a family, we're having fun. We're happy," Rob told People.
The Kardashian family revealed their annual Christmas card on Monday (Pictured above).
Rob didn't tell the weekly magazine what he wanted for Christmas, but he did tell them that he would like a girlfriend in the future.
"I mean, I want a girlfriend. I've been single for a while, but I'm 24 years old and I feel like I have a lot of work to do on myself first and that's really what I've been focusing on. I'm focusing on my health and getting into shape and my career," Kardashian told People. "I like being single right now."
Though the 24-year-old recent "Dancing With The Stars" finalist often gets mocked on his family's reality series for not having a career, he recently revealed that he plans on branching into fashion with a line of dress socks.
"Just dress socks, nothing else, nothing more," Kardashian told the Huffington Post of the line. "I am working on a dress sock line of funky, colorful, cool designs. I am meeting with manufacturers and you will be seeing and hearing about it soon. I have all these designs in my head and I am very into it."
And even though he has the benefit of the Kardashian brand, Rob claimed that he has no intention of using it for his business.
"I don't care about the Kardashian brand at all," Kardashian said. "This is something I have been wanting to do. I don't care for it to be a 'Kardashian' thing. I haven't made a final decision with the name, but I have no intention of doing something in front of the camera for monetary gain."
Kardashian recently revealed that he plans to follow his sister Khloe and her husband Lamar Odom to Dallas to tape the second season of their reality show, "Khloe & Lamar."
Kardashian is a cast member on the E! series and often sleeps in a room dubbed the "man cave" in the Los Angeles house where the show's first season was filmed. Odom, an NBA player, was recently traded by the city's Lakers basketball team to the Dallas Mavericks.
Khloe has already begun settling into her new home base and hosted a toy drive for the Children's Hospital of Dallas on Wednesday.
The second season of "Khloe & Lamar" is set to premiere on Feb. 19, 2012 and will cover the couple's big move. It will also focus on the tension in the pair's relationship due to Kardashian's "overprotective nature," as well as Odom's relationships with Rob Kardashian and his own estranged father, according to a statement from the E! network.