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    For me it's turkey, roast potatoes, carrots, broccoli , califlower, Yorkshire puddings , gravy ,mash and stuffing.
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    same as yours but without cauliflower
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    same as yours but without cauliflower
    I think cauliflower is one of those love it or hate it veg
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    Lamb or chicken/turkey and all the trimmings (gravy, stuffing, mint sauce (for the lamb), Yorkshire puddings, carrots, roast potatoes and maybe parsnips) 😃
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I think cauliflower is one of those love it or hate it veg
    yep definitely XD
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    (Original post by VaticanCameos)
    Lamb or chicken/turkey and all the trimmings (gravy, stuffing, mint sauce (for the lamb), Yorkshire puddings, carrots, roast potatoes and maybe parsnips) 😃
    I thought parsnips were only a Christmas dinner thing
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    Turkey/chicken (I'll be honest, can't tell the difference)
    Roast potatoes
    Roast carrots
    Cauliflower cheese
    Peas and carrots
    Haggis Stuffing
    Yorkie puds

    All drowning in gravy.
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    Chicken, Yorkshire pudding, mash, roast potatoes, peas, carrots, pigs in blankets and lots of gravy
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    Chicken or gammon, roast potatoes, carrots, parsnips, pigs in blankets, stuffing, gravy, Yorkshire puddings and Shloer to drink.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I think cauliflower is one of those love it or hate it veg
    When I was younger my dad would call it "snow-covered broccoli" to try and get me to eat it. It didn't work and I still hate it.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I thought parsnips were only a Christmas dinner thing
    Not in our family 😂
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    Hmm for me it’s got to be:

    Roast Chicken
    Roast Potatoes
    Yorkshire Pudding
    Roasted carrots
    Roasted parsnips
    Stuffing
    And plenty of gravy :drool:

    Plus pigs in blankets at Christmas of course!
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Turkey/chicken (I'll be honest, can't tell the difference)
    Roast potatoes
    Roast carrots
    Cauliflower cheese
    Peas and carrots
    Haggis Stuffing
    Yorkie puds

    All drowning in gravy.
    Haggis stuffing?!
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    (Original post by kayleighisonfire)
    Chicken, Yorkshire pudding, mash, roast potatoes, peas, carrots, pigs in blankets and lots of gravy
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    Chicken or gammon, roast potatoes, carrots, parsnips, pigs in blankets, stuffing, gravy, Yorkshire puddings and Shloer to drink.
    (Original post by EmilySarah00)
    Hmm for me it’s got to be:

    Roast Chicken
    Roast Potatoes
    Yorkshire Pudding
    Roasted carrots
    Roasted parsnips
    Stuffing
    And plenty of gravy :drool:

    Plus pigs in blankets at Christmas of course!
    I ve only ever had them at Christmas
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I ve only ever had them at Christmas
    Presuming you mean parsnips, we have them every time we have a roast! :laugh:
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    (Original post by EmilySarah00)
    Presuming you mean parsnips, we have them every time we have a roast! :laugh:
    Yes and the pigs in blankets
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Yes and the pigs in blankets
    Yeah we only have those at Christmas, parsnips all the time though
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Haggis stuffing?!
    Use haggis rather than oatmeal as a binding agent.
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Use haggis rather than oatmeal as a binding agent.
    That's the strangest food I ve ever heard of, what's wrong with basic sage and onion
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    Okay I'm going to describe it in detail:
    1. The Turkey.
    2. Turkey has to be given with loads of pigs in blankets. And don't even bother giving it to me if the bacon isn't crispy.
    3. Roast Potatoes.
    4. Yorkshire Pudding, with gravy
    5. Stuffing. Loads of stuffing, again crispy.
    6. Carrots and Peas
    7. Cauliflower, with cheese.
    8. Gravy on everything except the cauliflower.

    If it's at a carvery, then I have gammon as well
 
 
 
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