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Christmas Dinner.

Post by wayland on Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:07 am

So what are you lads having for xmas dinner? I was planning to have my 15lb broiler but with opposition from my girls I am now going to buy a turkey Crying or Very sad . I have been sternly told that Christmas dinner must have a turkey. Surprisingly, in the past we have had everything from Goose to Guinea Fowl. Ho Hum. This is what happens when you only have women in the house. Mad
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Post by Deryn on Wed Nov 29, 2017 5:46 pm

We always have our biggest joint of goat I can find in the freezer. I would rather have the home grown chicken than turkey any day, I'm with you on that one

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Post by Monst on Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:50 pm


we are having roast chicken, not our own unfortunately, as we don't breed any more, so just a shop bought one from Dunnes. But home grown snips and carrots, and of course home made crackers hats etc. Other than that, just a very quiet Christmas day.
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Post by Sean Ph'lib on Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:27 pm

Judging by the lack of replies to your thread Wayland, I'm guessing most people will be fasting - or too ashamed to reveal what they will be inflicting upon their families. As for myself, it's going to be: smoked salmon and white port for starters; for the main event: roasted cockerel, stuffed with mashed spuds, onions and herbs, accompanied by roasted parsnips, brussells sprouts, leeks and roasted spuds, with gravy and quince jelly (and lots of cider); everything home-grown. Followed by homemade Christmas pudding and cream. Then, Stilton, crackers and Port. And, to round it off, Christmas cake and sloe gin. I know it ain't a feast, but times are tough and as an old friend of mine used to say: "when you'll make use of what you've got, you will not miss what you have not."

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Post by wayland on Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:43 am

Do you have any spare seats at your table Sean? Crying or Very sad
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