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Christmas dinner is an important part of the celebration. Preparing a delicious feast, however, can be challenging when you are a busy person.

What is your favourite menu for this Christmas holiday?

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Love the turkey with cranberry sauce and roast vegetables. Otherwise seafood and salad is a great alternative. For dessert, love the mince pies as well as the traditional Christmas pudding with hot custard.
To be totally honest I am over Ham :(
Like totally ...every year one seems to surface, it's a great meat...but for me personally I would love some seafood this year.
Salmon is my favourite.Yet....I don't get it.....maybe? I should take some just for meeeee!
I know the rest of the family are very much Ham...Ham...Hammmmmm#!*?

I love pavlova toooooo :)


Do it!
I just might! lol
by jonaja
Mince pies and shortbread are great Christmas staples, and my husband likes it if I make apple spice cookies (cookies with grated Granny Smith, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger). Our main meal on the day tends to be salmon and various kinds of veg or salad. I do love a traditional Christmas pudding, though I've never actually made my own.
O.K. what time is Dinner, I'm coming over! sounds wonderful......
by jonaja
Depends on how many people I'm serving and if I'm having guests. I might add some dishes for my guests if they like it. However, if it's just family, I think I'll just stick to fruit salad, roast, stewed pork leg, vegetable soup, rice noodle with orange sauce,... For dessert, I like chocolate pudding or mixed flavour jelly.
roast turkey, onion stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, steamed veg: brussel sprouts, carrots, peas.

Pudding: Christms pudding, stolen, custard, cream, cheese & biscuits
Pork balls and pigs in blankets. Christmas dinner is all about the pork products
Duck though it is not just Xmas
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