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Christmas Menu..

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Ramsay, Dec 25, 2019.

  1. Ramsay

    Ramsay .... gone Plinking

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    What's on the table this christmas?
    This year we went for a goose. 11lb bird, 2lbs stuffing n bacon, roast spuds, caramelized spuds, brussel sprouts, parsnips, carrots, red cabbage....and loads of tasty gravy from the goose..
    All that just for five people... it's left over for the next few days:p

    Hope you all have a wonderful christmas dinner, wherever you are!! Merry Christmas
     
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  2. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 BRIT SEALS - M & M Products - TbT

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    Beef, chicken and gammon at mine

    With all the trimmings of course

    Enjoy mate
     
  3. rizla1

    rizla1 hi

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    Just a stuffed turkey crown with all the veg,
     
  4. number10

    number10 Keyboard Hero

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    Rib of beef. We brought it back from a good butcher in the Lake District last September and froze it.
     
  5. Wacko74

    Wacko74 Busy Member

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    Ham joint and beef
    Roast spuds done in beef dripping
    And the usual veg with lashings of cheese sauce and gravy

    then a lie down

    merry Christmas all :thumb:
     
  6. Cinimod

    Cinimod Keyboard Hero

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    Some nice stuff on your tables today gents :thumb:. We've got venison and lamb, big pigs in blankets, roasties,cauliflower cheese, parsnips(yuk), pickled red cabbage, green beans and sweet caremalised carrots. Food coma here we come..........dom
     
  7. crinkle

    crinkle Engaging Member

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    Fray Bentos pie
     
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  8. SimonCornwall

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    The turkey crown and pigs in blankets are in, the carrots and brussels are on the hob, the roast spuds and parsnips will go in at noon, i'll start making stuffing soon and gravy later, warm mince pies and pud with ice cream and the cheese board to follow.

    First lager will be cracked soon followed by some red wine and i'll warm the mulled wine up at noon too, port with the cheese. Ale and scotch in the evening.

    Same tomorrow then make some sarnies and soup with the leftovers on Friday.

    Merry xmas :thumb:
     
  9. Deleted member 54697

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    Me and the dog are having a big lump of venison (I might have it with chips) and the Mrs is having some vegetarian nut roast crap with sprouts so she'll be farting all night.
     
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  10. Leshiy

    Leshiy No 0352

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    Bacon & tatie scone rolls for breakfast when I got in

    Just had eggs Benedict

    Turkey dinner with all the trimmings for 3pm

    jar of pickled eggs will get hammered later this evening
     
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  11. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    We had our goose (15 lb dead weight) on Sunday, after cleaning it and rendering the fat off the intestines and the two heavy lobes just inside the bird (always buy your geese long legged and clean them yourselves, you get about £40 worth of grease per bird if you are careful). Today was a 12lb deadweight turkey with bigger breasts than Dolly Parton.

    Tomorrow baron of beef....
     
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  12. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    All venison is is processed grass, leaves, fruit and bark....
     
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  13. PW1

    PW1 Shooting the breeze.

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    Slow cooked shoulder of lamb, mashed potato with the lamb gravy and green beans. The shoulders will cook for about 6 hours, turned every 30 minutes, it will be so tender it falls off the bone and is just so delicious, I know I will eat too much and feel uncomfortable later.

    Regards
    Peter
     
  14. Ramsay

    Ramsay .... gone Plinking

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    The goose was excellent.. about a pint of pure clean fat left over.. and some beautiful roast potatoes from the fat.
     
  15. Wacko74

    Wacko74 Busy Member

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    . I ate too much
    I could probably live of what I’ve eaten for a week
    Suppose it’s only Christmas once a year (thank .)

    I hope you all have had a great Christmas
     

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  16. Hans Free

    Hans Free Donator

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    We had a nice cooked ham with salad and lots of nick nacks ,can’t be doing with traditional Xmas dinner
     
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  17. crinkle

    crinkle Engaging Member

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    Is this a prayer ?
     
  18. SimonCornwall

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    I've just had the second dinner and it was as good as yesterday, the turkey was enough I had a couple of rolls last night, have a big pot of soup on the go and a bit left over for a sarni, the gravy and stuffing this year came out very well, should be having turkey soup till new years eve

    once a year - xmas is but i'm thinking I might do the food again at easter at least, sod the xmas bit why restrict yourself to only eating this once a year?
     
  19. Wing Commander

    Wing Commander Keyboard Hero

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    Yup, I also ate too much Christmas lunch. :D
    I haven't eaten anything since -- now 24 hours ago -- and I haven't even fealt peckish yet. :rolleyes:
    .
     
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    just had the first spillage, red wine, but it was in the kitchen so could have been worse - i'll settle for that between now and new years day
     

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