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So what ARE you having for Christmas Dinner?

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by anon468, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    I won't know until I've seen the menu!
    I'll see if it's up online and post it. [​IMG]
  2. bombaysapphire

    bombaysapphire Star commenter

    I picked up the turkey yesterday. It's just the two of us here so we keep things simple.
    Roast turkey
    Mash for Mr BS
    Roasts for me
    Peas & carrots
    Pigs in blankets
    Ooooooooodles of gravy

    All to be followed with Christmas Bombe - Baked Alaska made with panettone & Christmas pud ice cream.
  3. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    Devilled Eggs

    Chicken (Capon)
    Stuffing (No sausagemeat)
    Bread Sauce
    Cranberry Preserve
    Honey-roast veg mix (butternut squash; onions;carrots;sweet potato)
    Yorkshire Pudding

    Frozen Banana; Peaches; Cream

    Coffee, Marzipan and Mince Pies for those who can manage it....probably for later when vegging in front of the TV
  4. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    Oh, forgot the red cabbage!
  5. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    Smoked salmon and asparagus, champagne
    Turkey, Rioja, Jumilla
    bacon rolls
    sausage meat and onion balls
    parsley and thyme stuffing
    chestnut stuffing
    roast potatoes
    bread sauce
    cranberry sauce
    Cheeseboard Armagnac or Calvados
  6. Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs for breakfast with bucks fizz

    Topside of beef
    Roast chicken with lemon and thyme
    roast parsnips
    pigs in blankets
    sausagemeat stuffing
    bread sauce
    Bread and butter style pudding made with panettone and orange zest + cream


  7. Is that just for the two of you, lapin?
  8. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

  9. egyptgirl

    egyptgirl Senior commenter

    OK, here goes...
    Smoked salmon and watercress salad
    <u>Main Course</u>
    Roast Turkey
    Pigs in Blankets
    Pork and Chestnut Stuffing
    Roast Potatoes with garlic and rosemary
    Roast parsnips with Thyme and Honey
    Roast Butternut Squash
    Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Purple Sprouting Broccoli and Peas (each with an individual flavoured butter)
    Mashed Carrots and Swede
    Creamed Corn
    Homemade Cranberry Sauce
    Homemade Christmas Pudding with Custard
  10. henriette

    henriette New commenter

    Foie Gras/Smoked salmon on blinis

    Roast duck
    Roast pots and snips
    Green beans
    Orangey gravy

    Chocolate mousse/Raspberries
  11. egyptgirl

    egyptgirl Senior commenter

    Just had a thought...with the exception of the starter, I need to prep all of that tomorrow!
  12. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    Yes CQ, I'm trying to keep busy and it will do a good few weeks after.
  13. Starter: smoked salmon pate
    Main: Slow roast leg of lamb
    Roast potatoes
    Sausages in bacon
    Red cabbage
    Maple roast parsnips
    Gingerbread stuffing
    Sprouts with gruyere and bacon
    Broccoli in cheese sauce

    Pudding: Christmas pudding + one or all of the following(!) - brandy butter, baileys cream, clotted cream, brandy butter icecream
    Cheese + crackers

    With only 2 of us I may have gone overboard - oh well! [​IMG]
  14. Even though I am veggie, I would quite like to go to Pobble's house.
  15. Gosh thinking about all the calories is going to make me come out in a cold sweat but here goes:
    Starter: Figs and parma ham with optional mozzarella
    Main: Turkey or pork
    devils on horseback
    pigs in blankets
    maple syrup roasted parsnips
    red cabbage
    roast potatoes
    yorkshire pudding
    cranberry/apple sauce
    Pudding: Heston's orange in the middle xmas pud with cream

    To conclude: large pack of rennies!

  16. Smoked salmon to begin

    Roast duck, cranberry stuffing balls, carrots, stir fried red cabbage, honeyed parsnips and cranberry gravy - just wondering whether to do gluten free Yorkshires

    Christmas pudding and custard

    Completely dreading having to cook that lot at MIL's, and facing the washing up afterwards. There will be no help. MIL too poorly, Yorkshire men exactly that-as bone idle as they come! And then SIL, who's a complete control freak will be totally obnoxious when she takes over at supper time!
  17. bombaysapphire

    bombaysapphire Star commenter

    I hope this is good. According to my Hairdresser there was a run on these and they have been on sale on e-bay for stupid money. Just off to investigate the truth of this.......
  18. Yes when I was in Waitrose the other week a customer was asking for one and the baker just laughed. he said they had got up to &pound;300 on ebay! If only I'd known I would have put ours on!
  19. inq


    Roast turkey, creamed swede, leeks, roast parsnip, roast squash, red cabbage, roast potatoes, mashed potatoes, carrots, sprouts, pigs in blanket, stuffing, onion sauce, bread sauce, gravy.
    Then a snooze followed by Christmas pudding and cream.
    All accompanied by bucks fizz/ champagne/ rose wine.
  20. inq


    forgot the brocolli and dauphinois potatoes!
    It's useful haveing a son who was a chef - all those veg magically appeared, most of them sorted whilst we were at church yesterday evening!

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