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#750110 - 13th Dec 2012 6:09pm Christmas Eve Dinner
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Has anyone got any nice ideas, for Christmas Eve dinner? Hoping to do something a little in advance, for 4/5 adults and two 2/3 year olds.

Alternatively, just tell us what you enjoy most.


Edited by granny (13th Dec 2012 6:10pm)
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#750125 - 13th Dec 2012 6:49pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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#750196 - 13th Dec 2012 10:19pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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Usually do mix n mash of Platters. Quick n easy.
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#750198 - 13th Dec 2012 10:53pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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Im serving lasagne and rocket leaf salad. I will
make it in the morning , cook it 40 mins before we sit down. Starting with Italian meats and cheese anti pasta! finish with a ready prepared tiramasu from sainsburys. Nice bottle red wine . Can't wait.

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#750204 - 13th Dec 2012 11:14pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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Sounds delish, pegsgirl. One of our Platters has little mini lasgne slices.
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#750234 - 14th Dec 2012 1:03am Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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Usually I try not to eat too much on Christmas eve so I feel like I have loads of room left for stuffing myself to bursting point on Christmas day smile

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#750238 - 14th Dec 2012 1:49am Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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My rule is to not eat a Sunday Dinner type munch, for a month, prior to Christmas.

Had a MARVELLOUS 'Thanksgiving' wink with Family n Friends.

Looking forward to Christmas Dinner.
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#750251 - 14th Dec 2012 8:33am Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: RUDEBOX]
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If we're having visitors (most years) I invariably prepare a whole stuffed baked salmon.

This year will be no different.

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#750328 - 14th Dec 2012 1:42pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: Spellbinder]
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That sounds lovely Spellbinder - not too heavy but really tasty.

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#750354 - 14th Dec 2012 3:53pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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All these sound like good ideas.

Spellbinder, what do you stuff your salmon with and do you serve it cold?
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#750364 - 14th Dec 2012 4:21pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: Spellbinder]
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Originally Posted By: Spellbinder
If we're having visitors (most years) I invariably prepare a whole stuffed baked salmon.

This year will be no different.

That sounds really tasty,love fresh cooked food.


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#750479 - 15th Dec 2012 6:48am Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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Originally Posted By: granny
All these sound like good ideas.

Spellbinder, what do you stuff your salmon with and do you serve it cold?


I usually stuff it with something like a rice/bacon/leek mixture and serve it hot.

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#750551 - 15th Dec 2012 12:11pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: Spellbinder]
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Spellbinder, that sounds really, really yummy.
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#750576 - 15th Dec 2012 2:26pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: granny]
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Hey granny, you got me thinking about this year's salmon stuffing. I'll think I'll use Thai rice, bacon, spring onions, leeks and quartered water-chestnuts. The rice has to be cooked in stock, not water.


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#750710 - 15th Dec 2012 11:50pm Re: Christmas Eve Dinner [Re: Spellbinder]
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You know Spellbinder, it is sounding more delicious, it is also beginning to sound more like hard work raftl
I fully intend to give it a bash, but not on Christmas Eve, maybe New Year after a more leisurely week.
It could well be the platters with salad and a nice light lemon dessert to follow.

(Just noticed the rule.....i before e except after c and then it is e before i. Look at the word leisurely ??? ) Sorry , got sidetracked.

Baked Stuffed Salmon for New Year Spellbinder. Deffo! Thanks
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