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    yea or nay?

    nay.

    I will have a few bites but mainly just sweet potatoes, corn, lima beans, dressing, stuff like that.

    Its okay with gravy I guess. I guess if the gravy is really good.

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    I love Crimbo dinner. For me though the Turkey I could take or leave, its the sprouts, pigs in blankets etc that make it for me.
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    big time yay

    Nothing better than christmas dinner with the family tucking in to turkey, stuffing, sausage meat, peas, potatos, gravy etc

    Much prefer family boxing day meal - cold cut turkey served with pickles and a variety of other condoments
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    We don't ever really have Turkey for Christmas for whatever reason, mainly just Thanksgiving. I guess saying I'll have a few bites is a bit of an exaggeration but I like the side dishes a lot better.

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    nay i only eat like 2 pieces and just eat alot of sides like dressing and other stuff.

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    I still haven't lost what I put on from last christmas.
    Turkey is great I love it cranberry sauce mm mmmmmmmmm
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    I like turkey too. Roast turkey with all the trimmings is a nice meal.
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    turkey turkey turkey

    my record is 7 crimbo dinners in one day abt 10 yrs ago still aint lost the lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by hattonthehammer View Post
    big time yay

    Nothing better than christmas dinner with the family tucking in to turkey, stuffing, sausage meat, peas, potatos, gravy etc

    Much prefer family boxing day meal - cold cut turkey served with pickles and a variety of other condoments
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drago View Post
    turkey turkey turkey

    my record is 7 crimbo dinners in one day abt 10 yrs ago still aint lost the lbs

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    Turkey is dry but put loads of gravy on it. Never eat veg.
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    Turkey is only dry when it's cooked wrong....use a browning bag or fry it. Turkey is great stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyle View Post
    Turkey is only dry when it's cooked wrong....use a browning bag or fry it. Turkey is great stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Bloody wife ruining my Christmas all these years.
    So sorry for you

    Speaking of Christmas, whatever happened to the traditional English Christmas goose Also are there any other traditional English Christmas foods you guys can tell me about? I may have to do some cooking soon
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    My mom always cooked a decent turkey (I've had bad ones elsewhere) but I still wouldn't say the breast meat of turkey is exactly juicy and flavorful. Its like chicken but not as good. Granted I've never had a fried one. The thigh meat and the wings are pretty good though and the breast meat isn't bad for sandwiches.

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