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Old Dec 20th 2005, 2:07 pm
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Hi everyone, just wondering who'll be scoffing turkey again on Christmas Day or have you all had your fill of it on Thanksgiving?? One thing I do like about this place is the stuffing beats our sage and onion anytime oh yes I do like my stuffing here....
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No, I had my fill at Thanksgiving.
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Hi everyone, just wondering who'll be scoffing turkey again on Christmas Day or have you all had your fill of it on Thanksgiving?? One thing I do like about this place is the stuffing beats our sage and onion anytime oh yes I do like my stuffing here....
Since I didn't do thanksgiving, it'll be turkey for Christmas.
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Since I didn't do thanksgiving, it'll be turkey for Christmas.
Same here And I still prefer Paxo.
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Hi everyone, just wondering who'll be scoffing turkey again on Christmas Day or have you all had your fill of it on Thanksgiving?? One thing I do like about this place is the stuffing beats our sage and onion anytime oh yes I do like my stuffing here....

I can only stomach turkey in small quantities, so no, we won't be having turkey.

Frankly I'm a bit at a loss as to what to do about Christmas dinner. In past years we would always go to my mum's, so I've never really had to think about this before.

Suggestions anyone? (Not ham though...)
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Hi everyone, just wondering who'll be scoffing turkey again on Christmas Day or have you all had your fill of it on Thanksgiving?? One thing I do like about this place is the stuffing beats our sage and onion anytime oh yes I do like my stuffing here....
Of course!
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Beans on toast and a glass of milk.
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milk.
is that the fancy way of spelling Merlot?
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I can only stomach turkey in small quantities, so no, we won't be having turkey.

Frankly I'm a bit at a loss as to what to do about Christmas dinner. In past years we would always go to my mum's, so I've never really had to think about this before.

Suggestions anyone? (Not ham though...)
How about a goose ? or decent roast beef always goes down way
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How about a goose ? or decent roast beef always goes down way

I'm not sure I've ever seen a (dead) goose here - but then I haven't looked

Roast beef seems a better idea though.

Actually I quite fancy a leg of lamb, but they are soooooooo expensive here!

But I just can't seem to get into the Christmas spirit this year...
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I can only stomach turkey in small quantities, so no, we won't be having turkey.

Frankly I'm a bit at a loss as to what to do about Christmas dinner. In past years we would always go to my mum's, so I've never really had to think about this before.

Suggestions anyone? (Not ham though...)

We'll be having chicken and some sunday lunch stuff, maybe with some thanksgiving type dishes thrown in
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I'm not sure I've ever seen a (dead) goose here - but then I haven't looked
There are Canda Geese everywhere - and goodness knows how many people go out hunting them ! I'm sure someone must have a good recipe.


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But I just can't seem to get into the Christmas spirit this year...
You and me both at the moment.
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Originally Posted by Manc
is that the fancy way of spelling Merlot?
The Merlot will be Christmas night, after I've finished unwrapping my one present.
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Originally Posted by Chorlton
We'll be having chicken and some sunday lunch stuff, maybe with some thanksgiving type dishes thrown in
We're not doing much apparently.... Just turkey, potatoes, cranberry, pumpkin pie, apple pie, cheeseake etc etc etc.... LOL
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Hi everyone, just wondering who'll be scoffing turkey again on Christmas Day or have you all had your fill of it on Thanksgiving?? One thing I do like about this place is the stuffing beats our sage and onion anytime oh yes I do like my stuffing here....

Not in our household. Turkey is for Thanksgiving. Ham is for Easter. Christmas is usually a beef dish, i.e. Standing Rib Roast and some type of pasta dish.

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