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    Coco pops for breakfast

    Lunch is at a friend's house. Pretty sure it is going to be seafood. I am taking a cherry ripe cheese cake and a garden salad.

    Dinner will be:
    Garlic roast lamb
    Green beans
    Peas
    Roast potato
    Roast pumpkin
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    And trifle for dessert!

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    We'll be having our traditional pancake breakfast. It was my brother's favourite when he was alive so he joins us (in his urn) at the table.

    Then we're going to my uncle's for a traditional lunch. This will (more than likely) be my last Christmas at home, so I'll probably be a tad emotional.

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    We're keeping it very simple this year. It's going to be hot and it's my due date so really not up to much stuffing around!

    We've got loads of fresh summer fruits and will be making two different rice salads, a pasta salad, garden salad, potato salad, salad wraps, hommas and vegies/crackers and maybe a quiche or two.

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    Brekky-
    Hash browns, Chargrilled veggies and muffins.

    Lunch at my parents they are all meat eaters so the whole turkery,pork ect thing but for us-
    Stuffed eggplant
    Stuffed capsicum
    Roast veg
    Assortment of salads

    For desert we are having vegan cinnamon scrolls with vanilla sauce

    Then back home for dinner
    Vegan BBQ with Veggie burgers and salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    We are British too, been here 4 years now, hopefully your last cold Christmas. I envy you having pickled onions, the ones over here are just not the same
    Wonder if I could get away with putting some in with the furniture when it's shipped , that and Cadbury's chocolate!

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    Breakfast for two:
    eggs, bacon & hash browns.

    Lunch for 12:
    Webber cooked lamb, beef, pork.
    Roast chicken & turkey.
    Glazed ham.
    Roast veggies.
    Asian salad.
    Coleslaw.
    Cesar Salad.
    Potato Salad.

    Choc ripple cake.
    Vanilla cake.
    Cheesecake.
    Truffles.
    Trifle.
    Pavlova.
    Rocky road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaughteroftheForest View Post
    We're keeping it very simple this year. It's going to be hot and it's my due date so really not up to much stuffing around!

    We've got loads of fresh summer fruits and will be making two different rice salads, a pasta salad, garden salad, potato salad, salad wraps, hommas and vegies/crackers and maybe a quiche or two.
    Or a baby!!!

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