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I'm always interested in what people get up to around the world on Chrissy day.

I just found out it will be 29 degrees C' on Christmas day this year so that means seafood, seafood and more seafood.!!! .......and beer. :)

Shall be spending Chrissy day with my friend at his house. We've begun a small tradition of watching the 'Carols by candlelight' together on Christmas eve. His children are coming on Chrissy Eve and it will be good to see his only granddaughter take in her first 'conscious' Christmas. I won't see my boys until New years.

Some friends of mine are not seeing their family on Christmas day this year. They are escaping out to sea to spend a day on their boat together. That's pretty cool

So what are you guys up to? A quiet one? or an all out family affair? Will it be snowing? Or are you in for a heat wave?
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Myself, my three children, my mum and my brother will all be eating traditional Roast Turkey, Beef and Pork with all the trimmings. Will be interesting, my main oven has packed up so I will have to cook with a small top oven and a halogen cooker, should be fun :wah:

No idea on the weather not looked been too busy getting ready.

I shall be glad when it's all over, not a lover of Christmas, think it's a lot of hype and pressure just for one day.
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Betty Boop;1443009 wrote: Myself, my three children, my mum and my brother will all be eating traditional Roast Turkey, Beef and Pork with all the trimmings. Will be interesting, my main oven has packed up so I will have to cook with a small top oven and a halogen cooker, should be fun :wah:

No idea on the weather not looked been too busy getting ready.

I shall be glad when it's all over, not a lover of Christmas, think it's a lot of hype and pressure just for one day.


Me too !!!

This Is the first time In many years I won't be going to Kempton Park to watch The King George live. With my husbands health, I want to be with him as much as I can now.

Christmas Eve day time, we are spending at the homeless shelter In Bath and then on to Midnight Mass. I'm not overly religious but the Vicar Is one of those young, trendy, groovy type men of the cloth and It'll be a lot of fun also.

Christmas day, holed up Indoors with Peter eating, watching TV and doing what we feel like.... Same Boxing Day... rest of week down to Brighton and various relatives for visits.
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There will be ten of us tomorrow for a family day before Christmas.

On Christmas Day I'll be going over to my granddaughter's for the roast etc. Great grandson's first Christmas.
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oscar;1443011 wrote: Me too !!!




Me too !!!

We'll be at my daughters

I am engulfed with the smell of homemade mince pies. I can barely wait for them to cool
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Nothing much happens at Chez Bruv's.

We will eat too much, after I have cooked it.

Suspect we will be visited by the inlaws, and my kids that are local, most are too far away to drop in.

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Bruv;1443014 wrote: Nothing much happens at Chez Bruv's.

We will eat too much, after I have cooked it.

Suspect we will be visited by the inlaws, and my kids that are local, most are too far away to drop in.

Christmas lost its magic for me as soon as the kids grew up. Christmas Is all about family... at least you have them.
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I'm going to eat whatever I want, whenever I want and probably drink some Crown Royal to excess while I lounge around watching videos.
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Christmas Eve - me - hubby & my brother will be at a Casino playing.

Christmas Day will be at my house - me - hubby - brother - sister & her hubby will be together for a lovely standing rib roast dinner and several other dishes.

We'll open gifts - laugh a lot - eat too much and call it a day.

We had C'Mas in January 2013 since my hubby was in the hospital last C'Mas.

This C'Mas will be pretty simple.

I'll be happy when it's over - I'm with you Betty - too much hype for one day.

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Bastet;1443017 wrote: I'm going to eat whatever I want, whenever I want and probably drink some Crown Royal to excess while I lounge around watching videos.


Just wish we lived nearer....... I could come round and we could **** all over Jude Law together.

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Hubby and I will be going to his sister Martha's home on Christmas day as we have done for the last several years. But...Martha won't be there. Martha loved her family and loved Christmas. She had already put her tree up with presents underneath, decorated her yard with the white wooden deer that Hubby had made for her, and baked her Christmas cookies. She did all this joyfully every year. Her husband, her children and grandchildren plan to gather at her home for Christmas to celebrate not only the Christmas season, but also to celebrate Martha's life. They invited us to come of course. We will all bring a covered dish, exchange gifts, and light a candle in her honor. I know this will an emotional day, but I'm hoping there will be more smiles than tears. Martha's sudden death has left us heart-broken, but I, for one, am so grateful to have known her.



My family lives many miles away and I don't get to be with them as often as I would like. Martha always made me feel welcomed here, especially during the holidays.
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along-for-the-ride;1443028 wrote: Hubby and I will be going to his sister Martha's ho

me on Christmas day as we have done for the last several years. But...Martha won't be there. Martha loved her family and loved Christmas. She had already put her tree up with presents underneath, decorated her yard with the white wooden deer that Hubby had made for her, and baked her Christmas cookies. She did all this joyfully every year. Her husband, her children and grandchildren plan to gather at her home for Christmas to celebrate not only the Christmas season, but also to celebrate Martha's life. They invited us to come of course. We will all bring a covered dish, exchange gifts, and light a candle in her honor. I know this will an emotional day, but I'm hoping there will be more smiles than tears. Martha's sudden death has left us heart-broken, but I, for one, am so grateful to have known her.



My family lives many miles away and I don't get to be with them as often as I would like. Martha always made me feel welcomed here, especially during the holidays.


Awwhh that's lovely AFTR :) .I hope they will be happy tears. ........Yes, I understand being too far away from family. I hope you have a lovely meaningful day.
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Betty Boop;1443009 wrote: Myself, my three children, my mum and my brother will all be eating traditional Roast Turkey, Beef and Pork with all the trimmings. Will be interesting, my main oven has packed up so I will have to cook with a small top oven and a halogen cooker, should be fun :wah:

No idea on the weather not looked been too busy getting ready.

I shall be glad when it's all over, not a lover of Christmas, think it's a lot of hype and pressure just for one day.


fish and chips for chrissy lunch then? LOL just a thought. I do not envy you your task, ya poor thing. Good luck and have a great day :)
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theia;1443012 wrote: There will be ten of us tomorrow for a family day before Christmas.

On Christmas Day I'll be going over to my granddaughter's for the roast etc. Great grandson's first Christmas.


Oh you'll be into it like my friend. His granddaughters first Christmas too. You should see the amount of pressies for her under his tree lol lol :)

Have a lovely day Theia :)
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fuzzywuzzy;1443040 wrote: Oh you'll be into it like my friend. His granddaughters first Christmas too. You should see the amount of pressies for her under his tree lol lol :)

Have a lovely day Theia :)


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Snowfire;1443013 wrote: Me too !!!

We'll be at my daughters

I am engulfed with the smell of homemade mince pies. I can barely wait for them to cool


Ha I know a few people who lurve minced pies . I'm afraid I'm not one of them . I'm looking at six packets of mince pies on a kitchen counter and I know they wont be there by boxing day lol .

Hope you have a great and pleasant time at your daughters.
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Patsy Warnick;1443018 wrote: Christmas Eve - me - hubby & my brother will be at a Casino playing.

Christmas Day will be at my house - me - hubby - brother - sister & her hubby will be together for a lovely standing rib roast dinner and several other dishes.

We'll open gifts - laugh a lot - eat too much and call it a day.

We had C'Mas in January 2013 since my hubby was in the hospital last C'Mas.

This C'Mas will be pretty simple.

I'll be happy when it's over - I'm with you Betty - too much hype for one day.

Looking forward to a healthy 2014

Here's to a healthy 2014 for all.

Patsy


Sounds like a fun filled couple of days . Have fun and be safe. :)
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fuzzywuzzy;1443042 wrote: Ha I know a few people who lurve minced pies . I'm afraid I'm not one of them . I'm looking at six packets of mince pies on a kitchen counter and I know they wont be there by boxing day lol .

Hope you have a great and pleasant time at your daughters.


Thanks Fuzz. You have a great time too !

My wife made about 50 of the mince pies. Ive had 6 since
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Snowfire;1443045 wrote: Thanks Fuzz. You have a great time too !

My wife made about 50 of the mince pies. Ive had 6 since


I'm afraid I have an aversion to mince pies. When I was a girl I was introduced to them as "mince meat pies" .........where I live 'mince meat' is ground beef. (ie you put beef in a mincer and mince it) ...........Thinking I was about to have a meat pie I bit into it and thought the meat was off or something. Oh yes we laugh about it now, but back then, it was said I was dry wretching for days. Havent been able to stomach them since. I'll buy them for others though. :)
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My Mother always made her own mince pies... she was convinced shops just swept up the sawdust and droppings and put them In pastry.

Lovely to see so many of you surrounded by your families at Christmas. It's a reminder of how much we are all loved and to be cherished. Can't wait to see my bunch In the new year.
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fuzzywuzzy;1443048 wrote: I'm afraid I have an aversion to mince pies. When I was a girl I was introduced to them as "mince meat pies" .........where I live 'mince meat' is ground beef. (ie you put beef in a mincer and mince it) ...........Thinking I was about to have a meat pie I bit into it and thought the meat was off or something. Oh yes we laugh about it now, but back then, it was said I was dry wretching for days. Havent been able to stomach them since. I'll buy them for others though. :)


Originally they wouldd have been minced meat with a little bit of dried fruit added. Now it is dried fruit and spices but probably contain suet. That stuff you hate too...lol
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Thanks Fuzz

I hope you have a wonderful Christmas

I don't care for minced meat pie either - my Dad loved them & my Mom would make many.

You can still buy mince meat for pies in a can same as many other pie fillers.

Enjoy and Merry Christmas to all.

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fuzzywuzzy;1443039 wrote: fish and chips for chrissy lunch then? LOL just a thought. I do not envy you your task, ya poor thing. Good luck and have a great day :)


I mentioned to my Mother today that if it came to it I could always do cheats roast potatoes in the deep fat fryer instead, her face told me that it would not be acceptable :wah:

Looking forward to chips on boxing day with all the left overs and just me and the three children doing what we want when we want :)
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oscar;1443011 wrote: Me too !!!

This Is the first time In many years I won't be going to Kempton Park to watch The King George live. With my husbands health, I want to be with him as much as I can now.

Christmas Eve day time, we are spending at the homeless shelter In Bath and then on to Midnight Mass. I'm not overly religious but the Vicar Is one of those young, trendy, groovy type men of the cloth and It'll be a lot of fun also.

Christmas day, holed up Indoors with Peter eating, watching TV and doing what we feel like.... Same Boxing Day... rest of week down to Brighton and various relatives for visits.


I like midnight mass but babysitters are scarce on Christmas eve sadly.

We will have a flying visit from my sis on Christmas Day too, normally we'd all be together as one much bigger family but her and her boys are off to New York on Boxing day so they leave Cornwall on Christmas Day afternoon to get to Heathrow on time.
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Tradition In our family for Bubble and Squeek with Mash and cold meat and pickles on Boxing Day. Everything gets thrown In the Bubble Including left over Yorkshire puds... have to say this Is my most favourite meals of Christmas.
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oscar;1443068 wrote: Tradition In our family for Bubble and Squeek with Mash and cold meat and pickles on Boxing Day. Everything gets thrown In the Bubble Including left over Yorkshire puds... have to say this Is my most favourite meals of Christmas.


I loves a bit o' bubble
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Snowfire;1443070 wrote: I loves a bit o' bubble With HP
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I'm headed in a southern direction and may drift a little eastward to reach the low desert. The high desert (Mojave) is a little cold this time of year. No real plans - just wandrin. If I miss the lights, I could end up in Las Vegas, or it could be San Diego. Who knows, at this point.
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Wandrin;1443076 wrote: I'm headed in a southern direction and may drift a little eastward to reach the low desert. The high desert (Mojave) is a little cold this time of year. No real plans - just wandrin. If I miss the lights, I could end up in Las Vegas, or it could be San Diego. Who knows, at this point.


that sounds really nice! Enjoy and be safe! Merry Christmas!
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Betty Boop;1443066 wrote: Looking forward to chips on boxing day with all the left overs...........


Chips !!!!????

It has to be mash...........doesn't it ?
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Wandrin

If your in the Vegas area - have you ever wandered to Laughlin?

Laughlin is @ a hour outside Vegas - many casino's on the Colorado River.

Enjoy & win

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Snowfire;1443053 wrote: Originally they wouldd have been minced meat with a little bit of dried fruit added. Now it is dried fruit and spices but probably contain suet. That stuff you hate too...lol


Sigh......................... it could have all been so different. If they had just explained themselves in the first place. Hmmpph.

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For the last 3 years or so my son & I have made the long trek 50 miles north of us to have a delicious Xmas dinner at his girlfriend's parent's home. Her father's family, a lovely group, also attends. We are doing the same this year with a Big Exception----------Yesterday my son & his girlfriend became Engaged! I've been assured by his future mother-in-law the Best Champagne will be flowing. She is really a wonderful hostess (unlike myself).
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Congratulations! What a wonderful celebration for everyone.
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Bastet;1443142 wrote: Congratulations! What a wonderful celebration for everyone.


:-6 Thanks! :yh_bigsmi
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Well, Customer emergency has been resolved, and I am back home. two of our three kids, and a several of the grandkids are coming tonight, for a rib roast dinner, then tomorrow we all go over to wife's sister's house for even bigger Christmas dinner. Lots of people, games of chess, cards and pachisi, followed by singing of carols and folk songs.
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Had a lot of our christmases over the weekend. Tonight at my parents then tomorrow home for some r & r Ribeyes and shrimp.
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I'm eyeing off the food in the fridge. Oysters, King prawns, Muscles, and a Cray. (Lobster) And the weather is beautiful. And the Beer fridge is full. ( 4 more hours to lunch......bugger. ) A cool breeze but not a cloud in the sky and hot temps today . Perrrrrfect!!!!!

and if anyone gets any reports from NASA that there is a huge front of bubbles in the atmosphere today ...Don't be alarmed ......we went out and bought giant bubble wands for any kids we see playing out on the street today :)
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Mmmm, I haven't had mussels in forever. They used to sell frozen Irish mussels in the store I shopped at but I haven't seen them for a while.
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thankyou for correcting my spelling, it's been a long night.

Merry Christmas . :)
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LarsMac;1443175 wrote: Well, Customer emergency has been resolved, and I am back home. two of our three kids, and a several of the grandkids are coming tonight, for a rib roast dinner, then tomorrow we all go over to wife's sister's house for even bigger Christmas dinner. Lots of people, games of chess, cards and pachisi, followed by singing of carols and folk songs.


Soooooo....the diet starts.........when? lol lol Merry Christmas Lars.
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fuzzywuzzy;1443192 wrote: thankyou for correcting my spelling, it's been a long night.

Merry Christmas . :)


That wasn't my intention but I wasn't going to misspell them to make you feel better.
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Yes yes ..........as I said Merry Christmas.
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Snooz;1443190 wrote: Mmmm, I haven't had mussels in forever. They used to sell frozen Irish mussels in the store I shopped at but I haven't seen them for a while.


Last time I had Mussels was when I was in San Francisco a couple of years ago.

I am not sure I would even order them, if I saw them on a menu here.
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Thank god that's all over, never want to produce a full on roast with eight choices of veg with just a halogen oven and a small top oven that's not very efficient at all :wah:
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I spent Christmas morning at my mom's house with my daughter and the rest of the day at home. I am just enjoying my daughter being home from college.
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I haven't had muscles or mussels for ages
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Bruv;1443224 wrote: I haven't had muscles or mussels for ages I'm having Mussels tonight In garlic butter with some crusty bread for my supper.

Yesterday as usual I over-faced and cooked too much for dinner so we had our starter of Lobster, Languistines, King Prawns and Scallops at 10 pm last night. Washed down white wine... bloody delish !!!

Today, cold cuts of rump beef, pork, turkey, gammon and lamb with Bubble, mash and pickle.... followed by left over Christmas pudding fried In butter.... yes, you read that right... fried !!!!!
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hi everyone, during christmas day,.. we spend the time together with my famlies and friends,, we do exchange gift, sharing foods and giving money.
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I will spend my Christmas holidays with my parents & friends.

Will eat special dishes which are made by my mom and share some secrets with my elder sister and brother.

Christmas is a very big holiday and festival celebrated all over the country with full zeal and enthusiasm.

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