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Jack Rust-Campbell-Hill

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Out of curiosity, what does everyone on here eat at Christmas? Or more specifically for Christmas lunch/dinner?

First Christmas this year where we might not be seeing either parents so just want some ideas, as it's just the two of us at home (and pets) we don't need an elaborate banquet...
 

Somersetpyro

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Dec 16, 2013
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Full roast dinner for us with Turkey and Duck, then cold turkey sandwiches for the next month :p
santadance:
 

Jack Rust-Campbell-Hill

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Jan 2, 2015
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I normally have a mixture of meat as it's normally a big family get together as we rarely see each other apart from on special occasions such as Christmas and birthdays.

It will be weird not having everything from turkey to beef to pork on the table, it would just be wasted as its just the two of us this year... Although it would make plenty of sandwiches so not really a waste
 

Vladster

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Oct 12, 2012
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We'll be doing a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings...we've not really planned anything yet but that's what we'll be having either way.
 

FireworksDude86

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Dec 23, 2014
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Roast each year. Nothing too fancy though.

Normally 1 of those asda £4 meat in an aluminium box deal's. Then with sprouts (not for me), roast spuds, stuffing.

It wont be much different to a Sunday roast really
 

gaz

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Oct 6, 2012
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mixed for us this year again :) Ham, turkey and beef.

All the veg going so we all can choose to what we want.
 

MazBerry

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Turkey dinner here but there is always a bit extra bit of potatoes and cabbage done for bubble and squeak later on
 
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