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    We have 10 adults and DS (2.5yr) and we host Xmas.

    Lunch will be:
    Roast lamb slow cooked in the webber
    Roast chickens (chicken shop)
    Ham
    Roast vegetables (potato, pumpkin, carrot, onion, sweet potato, parsnip)
    Coleslaw
    Another salad which we haven't decided yet but prob a "fancy" one

    Dessert this year is fruit salad with cream.

    Plus platters for nibbles which is usually crackers, dips, cheese, crisps etc

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    Im having my family here, plus a few friends so about8 adults and 4/5 kids.
    My menu looks like this so far...
    Lemon and herb bbq chook on the rottisary
    honey, mustard glazed ham on the bbq
    roast spuds
    honey/almond glazed carrots
    garden salad
    broccolli/beet and walnut salad
    summer punch (no booze, my mum is on the wagon)
    chocolate xmas pudding (with trinkets)

    Ill probably do another dessert, i havent decided between trifle or pav yet

    Ive made xmas crackers too.

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    An idea for those who are still stuck on what to serve...

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    Hahaha gross!!!

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    We're hosting my dad and his wife and my brother this year. That's 5 adults plus DS1 and DS2. I'm doing

    Oysters kilpstrick & natural
    Cooked tiger prawns (pre ordered and picked up Xmas eve)
    Maple glazed baked ham (I'm hanging for this!)
    Roast turkey crown (breast on the bone) with a cranberry and pine nut stuffing
    Potatoes roasted in duck fat (droooool)
    Asparagus wrapped in prosciutto

    Plum pud with butterscotch sauce and cream/ice cream (all bought).

    Way too much but leftovers always go to the Boxing Day do at my mum's place.

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    Nothing spectacular here. Going to my uncles and will only be a couple of us.

    Xmas eve-
    Roast pork & roast vege
    Apple sauce
    Maybe a simple dessert

    Xmas day-
    Breakfast:
    Bacon
    Eggs
    Tomato (on BBQ)

    Lunch
    Left overs from roast dinner
    Cold ham
    Cold chicken (brought from red rooster the day before)
    Prawns
    Coleslaw
    Potato salad

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    Subbing! Will be back later...

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    All cold

    Ham
    Turkey/chicken (undecided which)

    Coleslaw
    Potato salad
    Garden salad with pine nuts
    Gluten free pasta salad

    Crusty bread

    Raw cheesecake
    Pavlova
    Fruit and cheese platter

    Champagne slushies (Tupperware style)

    All very simple

    There'll be 9 adults and 6 kids.
    Last edited by teenie; 06-12-2013 at 15:50.

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    We are staying at home...just the 7 of us so it'll be an easy day.

    Breakfast will be ham off the bone on toast.
    There will be finger food out allday- kabana and cheese, cocktail onions, jatz and shapes with dip, seafood, lots of plums, apricots, nectarines, grapes and watermelon.
    Lunch will be cold ham, chicken, prawns, crab and salads.
    Dinner is rib fillet on the bbq with prawns and garlic sauce with chips and salad.
    And ofcourse there will be pavlova.

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    We're doing a full lunch

    Turkey
    Ham
    Pork
    Chicken
    All the roast vegies

    Then trifle and pudding for dessert.

    I think we have 16 adults and 8 kids


 

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