We eat turkey or chicken because we like roasts but don't eat Christmas pudding and have a trifle instead. We were going to eat out at an Indian restaurant but they only did lunch so we will go for a canal side walk to a lovely pub and then come back and cook our bird with all the trimmings.
Is anyone else eating out or something other than turkey roast? I am interested in what people living in other countries eat as Americans eat turkey at Thanksgiving.
I think turkey is te most popular meal.It's also the s main meal at Thanksgiving that's always the last Thursday of November . Lots of leftovers that get boring , can't recall seeing people eat turkey for the rest of the year .
With all that has happened this week I'm not sure what I'm cooking on Xmas Day, but at the mo I think it will be roast duck plus a large roast chicken. What doesn't get eaten of the chicken will go for sandwiches and for the houndie.
Turkey for us and I've got a large one even though there will only be 3 of us this year. Just dropped OS off at the airport to go and stay with his girlfriend for 3 weeks. He's going skiing somewhere near Boston and then to Miami and Orlando for the Universal studio tour. Must admit am a bit jealous.
I'm not a massive fan of turkey and I seem to be the only person who prefers the dark meat but the best part is the soup I get from the bones. Turkey soup is the best.
Turkey for us - we usually have starters at 12 then dinner 3 to 4 o'clock and pudding about 8 if we can fit it in! Hubby cooks it so I will be mainly tackling a jigsaw puzzle and falling asleep with a good book!
Turkey for us plus everything that goes with it. Oh yes and Yorkshire puddings. I have bought a Christmas pudding, not sure whether it will get eaten. If not, there is a strong possibility of making ice cream with it. I have a trifle and a lemon torte just in case. I do love gammon though.
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