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What do you eat for your main meal on Christmas Day?

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  • We do Christmas breakfast with my husband's parents and grandma. Usually a big spread of breakfast foods that usually includes eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, bisciuts and gravy.

      1 year ago
    • This sounds great! My parents used to own a restaurant, and I think dad misses cooking for a crowd on Christmas Day, so we now invite about 30 people round for bacon butties and Prosecco in the morning. It's a really lovely start to the day!...

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        1 year ago
    • Nice! We have friends this year and they are wanting to get together at dinner time. Don't know yet what kind of food or tradition it may bring but we shall see.

        1 year ago
  • We usually have delicious ham for Christmas, but turkey has also been on the list.

      1 year ago
  • Canard a l'orange

      1 year ago
  • Soup, then the cheapest shop bought Mac and cheese available with a separate plate of roast spuds and gravy (my parents and all who observe this absolutely disparity but I love it and won’t cave in!), then a selection of about 6 deserts because my Mum seems to think there are about 40 of us, then cheeses

    Later, many chocolates. Usually a fair old weight of Caramac which I love and get gifted all the time

      1 year ago
  • It used to be like this:

    Nibbles: Chips, cheese and crackers, with wine

    Entree: Prawn cocktails

    Main: Smoked ham, roast pork, beef, and chicken with potato bakes and other divers complementary dishes, with wine

    Dessert: Pavlova

    This year there'll be no prawn cocktails and it's BYO wine. Christmas is under new management.

      1 year ago
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