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What's your favorite Christmas food?

By jck ·
Just wondered what everyone else looks forward to most at Christmas when they have the meal.

Mine is pecan pralines.

Mom's cooking is why I was a fat kid...hahaha.

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Bailey's cc recipe, please

by neilb@uk In reply to All the nummies

Meanwhile, I'll just keep munching on the frozen Jaffa Cakes...

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by BFilmFan In reply to All the nummies

I will even thoughtfully loan you my whole kitchen in which to make it ma'am....

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by CuteElf In reply to All the nummies

Want my Baileys....

Send me Jaffas

Get me a Job


PM me.


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Hey now!

by BFilmFan In reply to IF YOU GUYS

I submitted your resume up the chain to my boss.

It was a holiday weekend, so it might take them a few days to get back in touch with you.

I will ask next week and see what is going on with your submission....

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by CuteElf In reply to Hey now!

soz BFilm...PMS.


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Being Cranky

by BFilmFan In reply to sorry

'Tis okay.

I've been cranky this weekend myself.

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I'd PM you

by jck In reply to IF YOU GUYS

but, I'm afraid you'd tell me I'm swill...and reject me...

I fear rejection

btw...Baileys is good on ice :)

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Doc's rum balls

by jck In reply to All the nummies

a local doctor in my hometown...used to make rum balls and give them out...

literally...2 of them and you were drunk.

we always liked seein the doc come with his Christmasy treats :)

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Little Tiny Onions ...

by JimmyRutter In reply to What's your favorite Chri ...

Actually mine are those sausages wrapped in bacon

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by gadgetgirl In reply to What's your favorite Chri ...

no, seriously, it is! In my house, it ain't a proper Christmas without a Christmas Goose! I've only had turkey for Christmas lunch once, and I will never do that again!

Goose, slowly roasted in a low oven, turned alternately from breast to back on the draining rack so the fat stays in the bottom of the pan. Falls off the bone, stays moist and is absolutely scrummy. (It still riles Pa that I still cook goose better than Ma can!)

Served with home made sage and onion stuffing to the traditional family recipe, cooked with a tablespoon of goosefat mixed in.

Ok, I'm now officially starving hungry!

Now, why does my Christmas badge always get me funny looks? All it says is "Fancy a Christmas Goose?".........



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