so will it be turkey ?

signs

Banned
just wondering how many people are "traditionalists" and are having turkey, or are you having something else ?

p.s. Merry Christmas
 

RHCP

Novice Member
Were having Duck! Quack
 

Lee

Moderator
Turkey, pork and sausage meat. Can't wait.
 

Holowlegs

Well-known Member
Hi there


Around my mum and dads this year.

Dad cook a brillant turkey and stuffing, it takes him about 24 hrs to cook :boring: .

Cheers Holo:smashin: :smashin:
 

Zone

Moderator
Goose for us as well, find Turkey too bland.
 

unique

Moderator
my mum never does turkey, i think the last time she cooked xmas dinner it was roast beef or gammon or something, so i rarely get the traditional meal. we went to an italian place for our office do, and it must have been the only place in town that didn't have a christmas menu or do the turkey. i'm pretty sure it'll be a similar story in the posh place i'm going tonight, but it's a top menu and my friends don't mind splashing out on the wine and champers so should be a good one.

actually i went to my dad's club for a meal the other day and that was the proper turkey and stuff, but it's not the same unless it's on christmas day with james bond on the telly afterwards. thank god i've got them all on dvd (twice when the new set turns up next week from hmv)

god, i'm starving now, time for breakfast!
 

pave

Banned
Just been shopping....it's mad out there....:rolleyes:

Anyway..bought,chicken,lamb,beef and ham on the bone,loads of veg ,not sure what i'm going to cook yet...wifes working....got a bit carried away with the shop......get told off later.......:D
 

Jammyb

Novice Member
Steak here, got a large piece of wing rib of beef and shortly I shall be blow torching it and sticking it in the oven at 50C for 20hrs Heston Blumenthal style :thumbsup:

Also a loin of pork.
 

darren_eaf

Active Member
Christmas day lunch has to be a Turkey, cooked with streaky bacon on top, which goes nice and crispy!

Plus, sausages wrapped in bacon.

I'm gonna have to stop now, i'm drooling on my keyboard. :D
 

krish

Distinguished Member
and how do you get them all in??:)
Well ... perhaps even more ambitious is Hugh Fearnley–Whittingstall's ten bird roast: www.rivercottage.net/SeasonalRecipes/Default.aspx?artid=595&cid=152 ...
You can download a short video of the ten bird roast, which is featured in the River Cottage Christmas Special which was shown, by clicking here:
Windows Media - www.rivercottage.net/video/RC_TBR08.wmv (3Mb)
Apple Quicktime - www.rivercottage.net/video/RC_TBR12.mov (4Mb)
:eek:
 

signs

Banned
My grandad (god bless his sole) was a very good chef. He always served the turkey with the usual spuds and veg but he also gave use a few plain flavored crisps sprinkled over the turkey, strange combo, but works great :smashin:
 

Jacob

Standard Member
Curry!

Onion Bhajis and poppadums to start, followed by a selection of M&S curries with naan bread.

This means we can all go to the pub and then come back and eat dinner within half and hour! no slaving over the stove!

Great!

Had chinese one year!

cheers all
 

wiz

Distinguished Member
...another vote for turkey :thumbsup:
 

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