Discussion in 'SMB' started by SargentQ, Dec 23, 2011.
Go on then, lets hear what the SMB will be having as their 3 courses on Christmas day
prawn cocktail starter
turkey with sausage meat, sage, parsley, onion stuffing balls
roast taties and parsnip, steamed cauli and carrots. shredded sprouts fried with lardons, garlic and shallots then cream added. gravy
home made xmas pudding and fresh cream.
Restaurant for it here. This is the menu.
Would prefer me ma's Xmas dinner though.
"Amuse Bouche" sounds french for "amazing bush"
Aye I'll be telling the waitresses I enjoyed their amusing bush
roast butternut squash & pepper soup with home made bread
roast rib of beef, yorkshires, horseradish and about 10 different vegetables (Sis-in-law & partner are veggies)
dunno about pud, Sis-in-law is bringing something apparently
Couple of bottles of Campo Viejo Reserva rioja should wash the beef down nicely.
Ne pigs in blankets like?
They go with turkey not beef man!
Prawn cocktail (for the lasses and gays like)
Home-made roasted tomato and red pepper soup with a dash of tabasco (just mad it the neet, class)
Buffet style Christmas dinner
Choose from turkey, pork or beef or all three if you want. Them pigs in quilt things and stuffing made with Cumberland sausage meat.
Roast potatoes done in beef dripping, honey roasted parsnips, sprouts with bacon bits, steamed carrots and green beans.
Yorkshire puddings (not home cooked cos they end up shite :-( )
Choice of chicken or beef gravy
That crappy pudding with that crappy sauce
It's the north east, we have to wrap them up a bit more up here.....
No starter, chicken & boiled rice main, chance of a Snickers afterwards I hope.
Tuna, tossed salad with HBT's special chilli dressing, baked potato, bruschetta.
Just a normal day's food. Can't be arsed with xmas dinners, and don't like them much anyway.
Our lasses family for the traditional 3 courser.
I just knaa I'll not be gettin yorkshires cos they dinnit hoy them on. . :roll:
Fish Head Soup
Carp with Potato Salad
Ergh. Anchovies in the xmas pud?
nah mate its a traditional one from Marks and Sparks
Lovely meal but not a Christmas dinner.
Stuck in sodding hospital so I dread to think what mine will look like or taste like.
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