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    What are you having for Christmas Dinner?

    I consider all eating throughout the year to be training towards the big one, Christmas Dinner. It's almost upon us.

    And then I made a sarcastic post to Jono in CC that made me think about my Xmas Dinner so thought I'd share it with you bloody nutters

    Here's what's gonna be on my plate:
    Roast Turkey
    Roasted Gammon
    Roast potatoes cooked in goose fat
    Pigs in blankets
    Stuffing
    Yorkshire puddings
    Broccoli
    Cauliflower cheese
    Roasted parsnips
    Roasted carrots
    Sprouts
    Peas
    Gravy (****loads, not drizzled on like southern tossers like Sledger do)

    The wife is doing some starter and main too but I cbf to type them out.

    It'll be washed down with hobgoblin (I have a mini keg), red wine and maybe some fizz

    Seasons greetings to all.
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    You fat ****.

    Sounds great.
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    As far as I know, we are having the following:

    Seafood platters consisting of oysters, prawns, crab and lobster to start

    Turkey
    Ham
    Goose fat roast potatoes
    Ms Fab's ridiculously good pumpkin and feta salad
    Green beans
    Trifle
    Christmas pudding
    Cheese and fruit platters
    Red wine x lots
    White wine x lots


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    Copious amounts of alcohol.
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    A toast sandwich with crab legs.
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    Plum cake. We have a tradition of plum cakes here during Christmas and they are very tasty. Will go for a nice dinner probably. There is a place which has modern take on Indian food which is pretty great. Prefer the early 7 PM dinner on busy holiday days.
    Last edited by Pratters; 22-12-2015 at 11:06 PM.
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    I have ordered Blackforest and Plum cake to celebrate this christmas. Eagerly waiting for the day to come.

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    I'll be at an indian wedding.

    Sounds great at first but three things will ruin it -

    1. It's in Gujurat, dry state, no alcohol
    2. Vegetarian food only
    3. I'm expected to dance
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    Lunch….

    Roast Turkey
    Roast Pork
    Ham
    Roast potatoes
    Cauliflower in cheese sauce
    Lots of gravy
    Lots of salads
    Pav and Xmas pudding with custard and cream
    Beers

    Then seafood and BBQ and salad for dinner if required
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    I consider all eating throughout the year to be training towards the big one, Christmas Dinner. It's almost upon us.

    And then I made a sarcastic post to Jono in CC that made me think about my Xmas Dinner so thought I'd share it with you bloody nutters

    Here's what's gonna be on my plate:
    Roast Turkey
    Roasted Gammon
    Roast potatoes cooked in goose fat
    Pigs in blankets
    Yorkshire puddings
    Broccoli
    Roasted parsnips
    Roasted carrots
    Sprouts
    Peas
    Gravy (****loads, not drizzled on like southern tossers like Sledger do)

    The wife is doing some starter and main too but I cbf to type them out.

    It'll be washed down with hobgoblin (I have a mini keg), red wine and maybe some fizz

    Seasons greetings to all.
    Don't get me wrong, I actually really like broccoli, but there is a time and a place for it. And this is categorically not that time - sort your meal plans out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    I'll be at an indian wedding.

    Sounds great at first but three things will ruin it -

    1. It's in Gujurat, dry state, no alcohol
    2. Vegetarian food only
    3. I'm expected to dance
    It's Gujarat, ffs, haven't you read the papers since 2002???

    Btw, code word to get alcohol is Vitamin A. You're welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harsh.ag View Post
    It's Gujarat, ffs, haven't you read the papers since 2002???

    Btw, code word to get alcohol is Vitamin A. You're welcome.
    Haha, more details please on how to go about doing this please

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    ***, quails eggs in aspic and soup.

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