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What Are You Eating At Christmas?

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I enjoy the traditional festive fayre at Christmas time. This year I have bought in buffet food to cook in the oven, all at the same temperature smiling - A Christmas Party for 1 santa

 

I have cooked a turkey dinner for enough years and just can't be bothered for myself anymore. I have been looking for a photo of the 1st Christmas me and my son Alex had together - a turkey crown - but I can't find the photo of me proudly posing with the bird LOL

 

I used to make my own Christmas cake, but after the time I forgot to put in the liquid and it was too dry to eat - even the birds refused it LOL all that goodness and expense gone to waste - never again.

 

The mince pies have already been opened - I need to buy some more.

 

In Yorkshire it is traditional to serve Wensleydale cheese with Christmas cake - need to buy these soon.

 

What will you be eating at Christmas?

 

Christmas food

 

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I just love runny eggs LOL

Yes, I will lick them off my arms LOL thank you @Cleoriff 

I don't waste food

I am a heathen Bouncy

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I don't feel very well now after reading all that🤢
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Blame that northern bird.. she started dribbling first... *points*
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I think this calls for an Off Topic vote

All those in favour of runny egg butties with HP sauce - allowed to drip down the arm as being eaten - say "Aye" yum ; those who disapprove say "Nay" nauseated_face 

Voting is open until 9pm Christmas Eve [giving 36 hours to get yours in] 

My vote is "Aye" thumbsup

 

 

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NAY! nauseated face

 

I look forward to the different cheeses we always buy at Christmas.  Can't beat a bit of Wensleydale & Cranberry.  We only ever seem to buy Twiglets and Pretzels at Christmas too LOL

 

I miss "Mingles" chocolates.  Why did they stop making those?  Does anyone remember them?  And Pyramint

 

 

Thanks

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I remember Mingles @welshsteve76  though not Pyramint...

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Runny egg butties - YAAAAY!
Dribbly arm licking - NAY!
With sauce - NAY!

Pyramint had too much sickly filling... I could only eat one, but another good throwback there @welshsteve76 !!
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@Cleoriff wrote:

I remember Mingles @welshsteve76  though not Pyramint...


Anyone remember those orange and lemon jelly slices, where the rind was harder and sticky?  Classic xmas sweets that my nan always had yahoo

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@welshsteve76 wrote:
Anyone remember those orange and lemon jelly slices, where the rind was harder and sticky?  Classic xmas sweets that my nan always had yahoo

I remember by Gran used to bring them over at Xmas @welshsteve76 ... horrible... one thing I don`t miss or want brought back. thank you...

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@Mi-Amigo wrote:

@welshsteve76 wrote:
Anyone remember those orange and lemon jelly slices, where the rind was harder and sticky?  Classic xmas sweets that my nan always had yahoo

I remember by Gran used to bring them over at Xmas @welshsteve76 ... horrible... one thing I don`t miss or want brought back. thank you...


I hated those to be honest, thank god I've not seen them for years!

 

YAY to the egg butties and running down your arms wink

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