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25-11-2020, 11:16 AM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

I prefer chicken
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25-11-2020, 01:00 PM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

We don't have turkey, we prefer beef, have had that every Christmas for years now.
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25-11-2020, 03:35 PM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

Originally Posted by Mags ->
I was intending to have beef for Christmas for just the two of us but have since changed my mind.

Iíve now decided to buy a small turkey crown instead, at least it will add a little bit of Christmas atmosphere to this difficult year.
That's what I will be getting. A small one just for me - and a Quorn roast for Mrs LD. M&S usually do some nice ones.
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25-11-2020, 04:53 PM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

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You could have done what people do at all the best Christmas lunches and lobbed the excess turkey across the restaurant, hitting the waiter in the back of the head.

Christmas Day is my 'best behaviour day' Dingaling

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25-11-2020, 08:25 PM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

It makes chwistmas.

It's nobody's favourite food, and therein lies the fun. Like some cheesy pun in a cracker, it's only once a year.
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25-11-2020, 08:36 PM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

A nice fillet for me.
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25-11-2020, 08:40 PM
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A nice fillet for me.
a nice thigh for me.
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

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a nice thigh for me.
Well, yes...............
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08-12-2020, 09:52 PM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

I'm with Judd on this one and there's a nice piece of organic pork shoulder waiting in the freezer to be taken out on Christmas Eve. I'll be on my own this year so no need to share the crackling, yum!
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09-12-2020, 02:10 AM
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Re: Turkey Lurkey

Originally Posted by APRICOT ->
Do you have it on Christmas Day ?
I do as I love it TBH
I am not fond of turkey at all, in years past I much preferred goose or duck.

However many years ago I decided that the European Christmas meal just didn't suit our Christmas in the garden so we have a barbie with lots of steaks, chops and snags. The biggest and by far the most important food on the day is prawns by the kilo!

Christmas without prawns would be an extreme disappointment despite the outrageous increase in price at that time of year.

The only "traditional" thing we do have is Christmas Pudding set on fire with brandy and mince pies.
 
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