Xmas food

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Re: Xmas food

Post by J@mes » Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:57 pm

I've just cooked:

Stilton and Wild Boar Pastry Parcels to start
Roasted rolled leg of venison with sweet pear chutney, potatoes/parsnips roasted in old fondue oil and carrots/asparagus for main
Cheesecake for dessert

Probably have some cheese pate for after that!

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Re: Xmas food

Post by Jason » Mon Dec 24, 2012 5:05 pm

Wow, and all we're having is an Indian take out tonight. I figured we are too busy preparing for tomorrow and that the kitchen is a nightmare. So this is the last Turkey free meal till January 10th :lol:


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Re: Xmas food

Post by anglefire » Mon Dec 24, 2012 5:37 pm

J@mes wrote:I've just cooked:

Stilton and Wild Boar Pastry Parcels to start
Roasted rolled leg of venison with sweet pear chutney, potatoes/parsnips roasted in old fondue oil and carrots/asparagus for main
Cheesecake for dessert

Probably have some cheese pate for after that!

:mrgreen:
But there are vegetables in with the meat :shock: How will you cope? :popcorn:


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