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TOPIC: Frozen Christmas?
#214018
Frozen Christmas? 5 Days ago  
The Mail suggests cooking your Xmas meal now and freezing it ready for Xmas. I can't think of anything more awful other than having my testicles snipped off slowly.
 
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#214026
Wyot

Re:Frozen Christmas? 4 Days, 22 Hours ago  
If there are no turkeys I will cook a curry; what a fuss! I hope, though, that every turkey who thought lockdowns and Brexit were smart ideas is clucking mad if they can't get a bird on the day...For plucks sake GB obsess on important issues!
 
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#214042
Green Man

Re:Frozen Christmas? 4 Days, 14 Hours ago  
I have no idea how people can enjoy turkey meat?

Christmas day dinner is just a roast eaten a few hours earlier.

Goat curry is nice Wyot.
 
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#214050
Wyot

Re:Frozen Christmas? 4 Days, 12 Hours ago  
Green Man wrote:


Goat curry is nice Wyot.


Yes it is tasty GM; I had it once in St Lucia. Though not sure where one would find goat meat in Waitrose...
 
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#214051
Green Man

Re:Frozen Christmas? 4 Days, 12 Hours ago  
Wyot wrote:
Green Man wrote:


Goat curry is nice Wyot.


Yes it is tasty GM; I had it once in St Lucia. Though not sure where one would find goat meat in Waitrose...


Ask a local butcher or look at farm shops.
 
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#214052
Honey

Re:Frozen Christmas? 4 Days, 9 Hours ago  
Green Man wrote:
I have no idea how people can enjoy turkey meat?

Christmas day dinner is just a roast eaten a few hours earlier.

Goat curry is nice Wyot.


All you need to do is cook the turkey upside down and it is fine. I cant understand why anyone would stick the dry bit in the air and complain.

Also, break the legs and splay them out so it all cooks at the same time.

If you are the type who likes to have a perfect looking turkey you can zhuzh it up with string and skewers at the end. If you must.
 
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#214053
Honey

Re:Frozen Christmas? 4 Days, 9 Hours ago  
Wyot wrote:
Green Man wrote:


Goat curry is nice Wyot.


Yes it is tasty GM; I had it once in St Lucia. Though not sure where one would find goat meat in Waitrose...


They do sometimes stock it, Wyot. I suppose it must be seasonal?
 
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#214067
Wyot

Re:Frozen Christmas? 3 Days, 23 Hours ago  
Honey wrote:
Wyot wrote:
Green Man wrote:


Goat curry is nice Wyot.


Yes it is tasty GM; I had it once in St Lucia. Though not sure where one would find goat meat in Waitrose...


They do sometimes stock it, Wyot. I suppose it must be seasonal?


Never thought to look for it Honey; thanks will do so but won't tell the kids what is in the curry!!
 
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#214077
Honey

Re:Frozen Christmas? 3 Days, 20 Hours ago  
Wyot wrote:
Honey wrote:
Wyot wrote:
Green Man wrote:


Goat curry is nice Wyot.


Yes it is tasty GM; I had it once in St Lucia. Though not sure where one would find goat meat in Waitrose...


They do sometimes stock it, Wyot. I suppose it must be seasonal?


Never thought to look for it Honey; thanks will do so but won't tell the kids what is in the curry!!


Waitrose is also the only supermarket to stock frozen chestnuts.

I cant understand why we cant buy frozen chunks of lobster meat? I don't care how much it costs, I am just sick of wrestling the damn things.
 
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