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A new record this year!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gcol, 25 Dec 2006.

  1. gcol

    gcol

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    Spoilt again by parents and wife with a record number of clothes/shoes that don't fit. Whenever anyone asks me what I want, I say "just give me the money then I can buy what I want" but they don't listen and I end up taking most of it back.
    I don't mean to sound ungrateful and I'm not, I just hate it when people waste their time like this.
    Suppose I should get off my ass and put the goose in now.
    Merry Christmas all.
     
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    Hope it fitted into the oven ok :LOL: ;)
     
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    Fitted a treat Gary. Was the first time I've had goose and to be honest, I wouldn't go back to turkey. You don't get as much meat with a goose but I prefer the taste.
     
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    Did you save the fat off the goose ?Recently had roast spuds in goose fat

    a lot better than normal roasties, quite expensive to buy as well. if you

    have'nt tried it, theres always next week.
     
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    Yes I used the fat for the spuds. I've also binned the rest of the bird - I tried to take the flesh off the legs and gave up after a few minutes of tugging and pulling. I guess that's why we usually eat turkey. :rolleyes:
    Makes it an expensive meal when you can only eat the breast of a goose.
     
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    Not as expensive as our 9.5lb £50 turkey... :confused:
     
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    Hope it was worth it :LOL: i'd be suckin the bones for that money
     
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    i bet the turkey was free, and the £50 was a parking ticket getting it :evil:
     
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