English Christmas for me.

As we were so full from our amazing Christmas dinner, we didn’t get to have Christmas pud. That gave us the excuse to have another celebration on Boxing Day. Yes, I am going down to finish the meal, with the best pudding around. CHRISTMAS PUDDING DAY. Yes, I think I will rename Boxing Day. What do you think?

4 comments

  1. Pleased you had a good Christmas Day Susie.
    It was a typical Christmas Day for us – mild and drizzling with rain outside and inside roast turkey, roast potatoes and parsnips, sausages in bacon, homemade apricot and sausagemeat stuffing, sprouts, broccoli, peas and carrots and good thick gravy.
    Had the Mother-In-Law over and the wife’s kids, so mostly a fairly quiet day.
    The MIL is on medication but she likes to drink, so we had to stay off the booze until after we dropped her home in the evening.
    Seems a bit of an anti-climax today, just the two of us and nice and quiet.

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  2. There was Len’s and my family plus friends in England. I cooked for around 25. Had the restaurant and was open Christmas morning. Next the two of us, and now just me. Times change and we must too.

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