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What do you eat for Christmas dinner, if it isn't turkey or goose or something veggie?

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thereistheball Mon 26-Oct-09 09:00:08

My family had a tradition of never eating the usual options for Christmas dinner. This year I am following suit and think I am going to do beef rib. Does anyone else avoid turkey and goose? What do you have?

notamumyetbutoneday Mon 26-Oct-09 11:38:44

My mum does turkey and also pork as well for my Dad who doesnt like turkey. She does a massive piece and so most of usually have both turkey and pork. [greedy so and sos]

gillybeanie Mon 26-Oct-09 11:49:33

we didn"t bother with the turkey last year, but had lovely roast beef and always have a roasted ham as well

sweetnitanitro Mon 26-Oct-09 14:59:21

I had guinea fowl one year, there were only 3 of us for dinner and they are small and much tastier than chicken or turkey grin

SimonHowl Mon 26-Oct-09 14:59:54

entrails

UniS Tue 27-Oct-09 20:37:46

duck. every since our 1st christmas as a couple in a tiny flat with a tiny cooker.
oh, and we LIKE duck.
Also do a ham for tea time and boxing day do duck, ham & lentil soup.

LouIsAWeetbixKid Tue 27-Oct-09 20:44:33

Cold smoked leg of ham
Cold roast bbq chicken
Fresh crab
Fresh prawns
Salads
Cold plum pudding and custard

monkeysmama Wed 28-Oct-09 16:37:03

Lovely gammon with lots of cloves. Mmmm. I hate turkey.

ScaryMotherWhoScreeches Wed 28-Oct-09 16:38:20

Wild boar

ScaryMotherWhoScreeches Wed 28-Oct-09 16:38:57

Well, it was wild boar last year. I'm thinking of venison this year. Have never had it before.

mankyscotslass Wed 28-Oct-09 16:42:43

Venison! (in my dreams)

Beef rib

Beef Wellington

Duck

Gammon in cola

I hate turkey. We even get given a giant fresh 'posh' one every year, and every year I joint it and freeze it.
We had pheasant pre DD's but I can't face plucking and gutting it with them 'helping' so we have had my special Cointreau Beef for last few years.
Might go for Venison this year, am undecided at the moment!

MrsJohnDeere Wed 28-Oct-09 16:53:23

rib of beef - much nice than turkey imo

Lizzylou Wed 28-Oct-09 16:55:03

We had a Capon last 2 years, gorgeous, less dry, more tasty imo. We always have a homecooked spiced ham as well.
The year before we had a Bird in a Bird in a Bird (or 3 bird roast!), which was lovely but we were eating the left overs for months.

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