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Do these foods belong on a Christmas dinner?

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Do these foods belong on a Christmas dinner?

I've been having a lot of heated debates recently about what foods belong on Christmas lunch, and I've mainly learnt that it's an intensely personal thing! :rofl:

But let's put this to a poll and see whether TSR things these foods belong!

And don't forget, if you have something not on the list, to tell us what it is in the thread!


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(edited 2 months ago)
0 votes for mash so far :beard:
All foods belong in a Christmas dinner! :yum: I can't say no to a bit more on my plate :mmm:
Ho ho ho merry Christmas! :xmas:
Original post by 04MR17
0 votes for mash so far :beard:


Good to know I'm not the only person who finds double potato here unnecessary – but I did cop some flak at work for that view so... :lol:
Original post by Saracen's Fez
Good to know I'm not the only person who finds double potato here unnecessary – but I did cop some flak at work for that view so... :lol:


The more potato, the better :thumbsup: the rounder, the better I deliver presents too! :teehee: ho ho ho this is making me hungry! :colondollar:
For a normal dinner maybe, but no Christmas dinner :nn:
The real question is does ketchup belong :hide:
(edited 2 months ago)
Original post by Chronoscope
The real question is does ketchup belong :hide:

absolutely not
Bread sauce not getting anywhere near enough love here :frown:
I just ticked all of the boxes :lol: Even though I wouldn't have some on my plate they're all valid Christmas foods!
Here are my choices:

peas
spouts
roast meat
carrots
red cabbage
roast potatoes

Was there a limit? whatever it is already done.
(edited 2 months ago)

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