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    Default Xmas day menu

    I know ive posted before. I'm hosting.

    We will have 5 people plus dd (9 months at Christmas). My brother has downs and LOVES christmas.

    I want to do ham and seafood but I want to do something spectacular for my family. My mum can't eat ham so was thinking a leg of lamb?

    What's your menu looking like

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    I'm having all of my family here Boxing Day (minus one sister as she lives to far) so there will be 7 adults, 1 9yo and DS who will be 10 months.

    We do totally relaxed!! It will be:
    BBQ with sausages, kebabs and some steaks. Might also do some onion and some sweet potatoe. Then salads, green, potatoe, pumpkin rocket feta and walnut, quinoa. Rolls and probably pav for desert. Mum and sister also usually bring any leftovers from Xmas day. It's my favourite part of Xmas and the first time were hosting but should be great with cricket on the outdoor tv, in and out of the spa, then everyone who wants to will stay

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    We are doing rib fillet steak and garlic prawns on the bbq. Cold bbq chicken and ham with salads, cold seafood, stone fruits and pavlova.

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    Oh I love the cold chicken idea!! I might do the hot roasts the night before. I was thinking of being lazy and ordering at the chicken shop LOL!!! I will be 30ish weeks preg.

    I want to do trifle and a pav so migjt do mini ones

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    Small lunch of chicken(pick up the day before), ham, coleslaw, mixed salad and maybe dad will cook something on the bbq. I refuse to spend all day in the kitchen esp after working that day.

    Easy is my motto of the day with christmas now.

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    Cold chicken
    Ham
    Prawns
    Sausages

    Coleslaw
    Potato salad
    Greek salad

    Dessert not decided yet

    Plus cheese, meat & dip platter

    Dp, kids and myself will be staying home all day so we plan on having said items for lunch & dinner. Might do pancakes for breakfast for the kids

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    We've just finished working out our menu! We will have 10 adults and 4 kids for lunch

    Cold:
    Mum roasts a turkey and chicken Xmas eve and does a cold platter at lunch
    oysters with Asian dressing
    King prawn cocktails with avocado, cucumber and red onion salsa and homemade seafood sauce

    Hot:

    BBQ lobster tails with lime butter
    Wok fried whole snapper with Thai chilli jam sauce
    BBQ baby octopus

    Salads:
    Roast pumpkin, rocket and pine nut salad
    Fennel coleslaw with orange poppy seed dressing

    Dessert:
    Xmas pudding with custard
    Pavlova Xmas Wreath with raspberry coulis, Pomegranate ,strawberries and mint
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    Well, I'm not hosting this year, we're headed to MILs instead. There will be 30+ people

    So, the only food that I will be responsible for is a dessert contribution!

    Thinking I might make three:
    A chocolate tart
    A sticky gingerbread cake
    A raspberry trifle

    Yay, an easy Xmas menu this year

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    I'm hosting a Xmas dinner-catch up a few days before Xmas for part of my family....

    I'm doing roast turkey (just one of those frozen rolls from the supermarket!), ham on the bone, a roast vegetable salad, a potato salad & a green salad.

    Pavlova for dessert.

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    We have a UK Christmas lunch.
    Roast turkey, cold ham, roast potatoes, veggies (usually carrots and peas), Cranberry sauce.
    Triffle and plum pudding....
    Yum!!


 

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