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Christmas dinner.

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Margaret13, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Margaret13

    Margaret13 Honorary Member

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    Christmas dinner...so what do you have? The traditional Turkey ....we never know what to have. :confused:
     
  2. i8allthepies

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    I'll probably have the same as you!:D
     
  3. MOO

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    Im taking my ma and my auntie her 83 year old sister to the local pub for a traditional turkey roast, I love it, can't get enough of roast dinner, no cooking, no washing up, just the ticket :D:up:
     
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    turky for me :D usualy have a pheasant , pratrage and a grouce but havent bin out n shot them yet so they may be off the menu :D:D
     
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    we had goose last year but not sure if its turkey this year.

    or a three bird roast from aldi:D

    I like goose best:)
     
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    Last year we decided to have beef welington:eek: This year it will probaly be turkey. Hope we get pheasant though because it has much more flavour.:D
     
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    What with the country in such a financial state,this year I will just be having a boiled Wellington boot :mad:
     
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    I'll be having humbugs. :mad:
     
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    Don't be an old humbug Andy, Christmas is nice :)
     
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    do they do a festive pot noodle?:D
     
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    thats nice of you moo treating your 83 year old sister , bet your happy shes got 5 years on you.
     
  12. Margaret13

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    :) sounds good to me, but Dave cooks then I put it in the dishwasher.:D
     
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    ????:confused: :eek:Why, to wash off the char- coal:)
     
  14. Margaret13

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    Andy behave, Dave is a lovely cook :up: ;)
     
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    i hope you spelled cook right:D

    dont ask there was a kid im my school that was so thick he tried to write
    "sir is a ****"
    only he wrote "sur is a cook"

    lol he was so dumb:D
     
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    lol yes I do mean COOK ;)
     
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    we are so poor,that were having cut out turkey this year...by that i mean,,we cut nice pics of turkey out of magazines ,,,and eat them
     
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    :D lol like it don't eat too much.
     
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    okkkkkkkkkkk

    im not joking..we have real snaggers though,,,,for now anyway
     
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    we always go to the mother inlaws ,she is one of the best cooks i know,and at 74 years old she will still insist on cooking the dinner for the full family ,pork and turkey most years what a lovely woman she is
     

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