This is what we eat over here.
A carp and a potato salad. Pretty boring.
What do you eat for Christmas? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 20-12-2010 12:44
- 20-12-2010 12:47
Spit roast piglet.
- 20-12-2010 12:48
Unfortunately, being a vegetarian at Christmas only means 1 thing...
- 20-12-2010 12:50
Get a sort of hot/cold-buffet type thing going with all the typicals:
pigs in blankets
We tend to go to the aunt and uncles with about 50 other members of the fam.
- 20-12-2010 12:52
Turkey, Stuffing, Parsnips, Pigs in blankets, Chipolatas, Roasties, Brussels & Bacon, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Peas Carrots. And a glass of wine/lemonade or port & lemonade.
Seriously you will be stuck in your seat for an hour before you even think about trying to move. Yummy.
- 20-12-2010 12:55
19 members of the family.
Bitings : Sausage wrapped with bacon
Cheese pineapple olive on sticks
Starters: Usually 2 different kinds, one a soup, the other something different and exciting
Christmas meal : Turkey, Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts, Stuffing, and the rest
Indian Tea or plain coffee
Christmas Cake (with brandy of course)]
I love making special menus beforehand
- 20-12-2010 12:56
Turkey, pigs in blankets, stuffing, yorkshire puddings, mashed/new potatoes, various vegetables. All with gravy.
Then christmas pudding and profiteroles for dessert
- 20-12-2010 13:04
Christmas day we go to my aunties house and have like a buffet dinner with all the usual buffet stuff, and followed by ice cream or christmas pudding.
Then on Boxing day my aunt and uncle come to ours and they have a proper christmas dinner, though I have salmon instead of turkey cause I dont eat meat/poultry =]
- 20-12-2010 19:46
Typical British Christmas lunch - turkey, pork, roast potatoes, mashed potatoes, parsnips, sprouts, gravy, stuffing, yorkshire puddings, pigs in blankets, carrots, peas, etc.
Then Christmas pudding for pudding, we don't eat our Christmas cake until New Year for some reason.
Aaaand lots of Quality Street