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2014/12/24 22:01:34 (permalink)
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Christmas dinner?

Any fool proof methods/recipes online? Being trusted to cook for the family tomorrow don't want to **** up with timings etc. Have a great Christmas everyone.
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Re: 2014/12/24 22:32:25 (permalink)
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Chuck it in and hope for the best, okay it usually doesn't turn out as you'd hope but it's the thought that counts.
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Re: Christmas dinner? 2014/12/24 22:36:57 (permalink)
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Depends what you're having tbf but prep stuff well in advance! You can always cook veg ahead then heat through in a little butter just before serving. Don't forget resting time for the meat and warm your plates so the food stays hot while you're plating up.
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Re: Christmas dinner? 2014/12/24 23:06:55 (permalink)
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It may be sacrilege for some but I have always cooked the turkey on Christmas eve. I then let it cool and carve it so that part is out of the way. Then Christmas day I only need to worry about the veg/spuds etc.
 
 
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Re: Christmas dinner? 2014/12/25 00:23:11 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby The_Lone_Wolf 2014/12/27 03:39:55
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Ensure your bacon is tightly wrapped round your sausage.

How ever long you think you need for roast spuds, you need more.

If pre carving(ie not at the table), a little gravy poured on the meat will keep it from drying out.

Don't forget the bread sauce!

Enjoy it, and have a merry Christmas mate

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Re: Christmas dinner? 2014/12/25 00:30:10 (permalink)
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Agree with not forgetting the bread sauce. But cranberry sauce is also just as important.
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Re: Christmas dinner? 2014/12/27 03:40:09 (permalink)
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How did it go mate?

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