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19-12-2019, 03:23 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

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Go for it Swimmy if it makes you happy .

Gone are the days when the 'Christmas dinner' was special because food of any kind was in short supply, now food is readily available rather than a novelty and many can have exactly what they want to eat any day.
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19-12-2019, 05:05 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

I will be glad when l can take my just over nine months old turkey out of my freezer, as itís taking up too much room!

That will be our Christmas dinner with a gammon joint too.
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19-12-2019, 06:58 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

My son-in-law is cooking... I bought a turkey crown so we will definitely be having turkey..... he will probably do pork or as he is a farmers son and they breed lamb.... might be lamb. It will be lovely whatever
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19-12-2019, 08:14 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

As I am not a fan at all of Turkey, also It's just me, so I have gone for a Scallop & Prawn Bisque to start, then a Guinea Fowl with all the trimmings, bar sprouts (yuck) a Yule Log with cream if I have enough room to finish. I have also got a Cheese Board with Grapes and Port if I so desire later. All this for little old me, but once cooked will last a couple of days or more, unlike the Champagne
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19-12-2019, 08:25 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

As I’m not cooking I don’t care what I eat .
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19-12-2019, 08:41 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

For the first time ever - except when my dear Mum used to cook for us - I have been invited out for Christmas dinner.

My son has got a lovely girlfriend, a nurse from our local hospital. I do believe for the first time in his life, he is in love!
It is a joy to see.

Anyhow, she has invited me over to have Christmas dinner with them and her parents and her two sons.
I am chuffed to bits and really looking forward to such a lovely treat this year.
My son is picking me up, so I haven't even got to drive.

We are having a full traditional Christmas dinner, plus starters and pud. I know this, because they sent me a copy menu the other night.
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19-12-2019, 09:03 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

Thatís great Mups you will have a lovely time
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19-12-2019, 09:45 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

Originally Posted by Mups ->
For the first time ever - except when my dear Mum used to cook for us - I have been invited out for Christmas dinner.

My son has got a lovely girlfriend, a nurse from our local hospital. I do believe for the first time in his life, he is in love!
It is a joy to see.

Anyhow, she has invited me over to have Christmas dinner with them and her parents and her two sons.
I am chuffed to bits and really looking forward to such a lovely treat this year.
My son is picking me up, so I haven't even got to drive.

We are having a full traditional Christmas dinner, plus starters and pud. I know this, because they sent me a copy menu the other night.
That sounds lovely have a great time.
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19-12-2019, 11:10 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

Thanks Muddy & Kazz.
Really looking forward to it.
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19-12-2019, 11:56 PM
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Re: Christmas Lunch.

Am seeing my Daughter CD and she is cooking

And she mentioned Lemon Meringue pie.

Always had this as a child and she is looking up how to cook it.
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