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  1. securespark

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    Got up at 7.00am to start the dinner...me a veggie an' all!

    Still, I relish the prospect of wrestling a big, greasy plump bird round the kitchen!

    What will Mrs Secure say??
     
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    Good luck securespark, have a good day, merry christmas to you are your's :D
     
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    Cheers, Mr P! And to same to you & yours. And heaps of good luck to everyone else attempting a mammoth feast today!

    Three tips: don't get drunk, don't panic & chill out!

    Just got the bird into the oven, and the unfortunate creature's insides into a pan to start the gravy.

    Now I know how Mrs Secure feels when I strut around naked...
     
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    What a un-christmas like way to describe Mrs Securespark

    Shame on you :D :D :D

    Cooked my meat last night, all the veg done now

    Only the gravy to go

    Then I will wake up the family

    Who wears the trousers in your house ???????????
     
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    She probably won't be too happy at being referred to as this on Christmas Day ;)

    Anyway, hope all is successful :D


    Edited: :oops: Hadn't realised Swelec beat me to it :(
     
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    Got 1 hour before the bird is ready, but not sure about the turkey.. :LOL:

    Made gravies, got my nut loaf in the top oven, parsnips, sprouts, carrot broc. all prepared and ready to go. Champers in the fridge Sausages & Spuds to be provided by the m-i-l...
     
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    Oh, the politics!

    I have veggies & meat-eaters, dairy allergies and a f-i-l who can't eat certain fruits...
     
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    Don't forget the bread sauce.
     
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    we're all normal :LOL: ;)

    you're supposed to kill, pluck and skin it first. :rolleyes:
     
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    Well, all finished & a moderate success.

    4 hours in the making, and 20 mins in the scoffing!

    I don't want to do that again for at least another year!
     
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    Yup!

    One made with goat's and another with cow's.

    Milk, that is!
     
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    I tried to take securespark's advice about not getting drunk :cry: I failed :LOL:
     
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    As long as you weren't trying to cook a huge meal at the same time, I forgive you. :LOL:
     
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