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Is everyone having a traditional christmas dinner with Turkey like me.

Turkey or something else I'd like to hear what your having

jackoam43
7 months ago
What do you think of this?
Ann1984
Ann19847 months ago

Indian takeaway in our house dinner always gets wasted

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

That's a shame it gets wasted so I see your point, but I wouldn't be able to not have itπŸ™ˆ

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AliceBell64468
AliceBell644687 months ago

Of Course! Can’t beat a traditional turkey roast Christmas dinner. I’m a very fussy eater but this is one meal I do enjoy and look forward to πŸ™‚

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

I know what your saying I could not have my christmas dinner 😁

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karennewman
karennewman7 months ago

Traditional, but much prefer the Boxing Day Buffet πŸ™‚

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

I love the boxing day buffet πŸ‘

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi7 months ago

No... I usually make duck... Maybe this year roasted lamb... Yumm πŸ˜‹

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

I do love lamb but for me its turkey on christmas day. Enjoy whatever you choose

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly257 months ago

We are going to have salmon this year as there will only be two of us. We are going to have the β€˜full works’ dinner on the 29/12 when the family arrive.

we had intended being in Lanzarote for Christmas this year, but Ryanair changed the flights by 5 days πŸ™„

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

What a shame about your holiday. But good to see that your all going to still have your family time together. Enjoy

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees7 months ago

Tend to have both turkey and gammon, sometimes beef too. I'm curious to try goose one year - it's meant to be nice.

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

Interesting I'm not a lover of it myself .

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees7 months ago

jackoam43 which one, goose? I've never tried it but I remember seeing a chef on TV (Jamie Oliver maybe) not understanding why more people don't eat it, because it's more flavoursome than turkey. Been curious ever since!

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

Yes the goose we had it in a restaurant in France I found it to be fatty, could of been the way they cooked it like but it put me off. MeestairChrees

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KirstyW
KirstyW7 months ago

I'll either be having a Quorn roast or I'll make a nut roast

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MumOfThree
MumOfThree7 months ago

No one is keen on turkey in my house so i tends to so only a leg for me and beef for everyone else.

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

My grown up children are like that so I will have a turkey and piece of beef too .

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Pjran
Pjran7 months ago

I have traditionally cooked turkey but now offer beef as well. Got to have sprouts though whether they get eaten or not.

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

Everyone as to have them on their plate at my house too .

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Janhrrs
Janhrrs7 months ago

Traditional turkey and gammon with all the trimmings. I love it, despite always overeating and never getting help with the dishes from adult children πŸ˜‚

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

I'd would insist lol πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ™ˆ

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Lynibis
Lynibis7 months ago

My son and family are away for Christmas so with his brother and family we are all having Christmas dinner at my place on the 15th. It will be traditional with Turkey but I may do some beef too as an excuse for having Yorkshire pudding!

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

I always make beef as well as turkey then I have loads of left over meat for the boxing day buffet 😁

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lakerlinda0
lakerlinda07 months ago

We havent decided for this year yet, one year some of us had fish the others had steak, loved the break from tradition. Many years ago my older brother had pot noodle and toast his wife being at work. they did there dinner a few days later

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

Aww shame your brother had to have pot noodle on the day. I help out at a shelter on christmas day but I still make time to do my traditional christmas dinner . All enjoy your dinner this year

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lakerlinda0
lakerlinda07 months ago

jackoam43 It was his choice, he was invited else where but decided he would decorate with no wife there ready for the new year,

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

That's really good if him.well done to your brother.@lakerlinda0

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig7 months ago

We normally have Turkey and ham and eat the leftovers for the next few days.

My mum is doing the dinner this year so I imagine it will be Turkey with all the trimmings.

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chelseaturpin
chelseaturpin7 months ago

Fave dinner of the year lol

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

I know what your saying I couldn't not have traditional christmas dinner. Enjoy

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ukheather
ukheather7 months ago

Same food as every day unfortunately. Random frozen things.

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jackoam43
jackoam43
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7 months ago

Aw that's a shame you wont be having a christmas dinner. Hope you dont go hungry

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