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    Christmas Day Dinner

    This is what I'm planning to make for my family's dinner on Christmas Day. We will be seven adults and two children. There will also be mini Bacon Wrapped Pork Sausages, Honey Roasted Parsnip (same recipe as Honey Roasted Carrots), gravy and traditional Christmas Pudding for desert. I'm still thinking about a desert for the children and those adults who don't like Christmas Pudding (me).

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    NOTE: Even though you may have purchased a Butterball or a butter basted bird, you should still follow these directions, as they inject very little butter into the bird, just so that they can legally get away with saying that it is butter basted. Trust this recipe of mine, and I guarantee that you and your guests will have the best and juciest turkey ever! The cook time will vary, depending on the size of the bird. ALSO, SEE MY RECIPE #105192 FOR THE BEST GIBLET GRAVY. It is very EASY! If you have any questions e-mail me: AlanLeonetti@q.com

    Recipe #77861

    Here in Yorkshire you can't have a Sunday roast or Christmas dinner without Yorkshire Puddings. This recipe was adapted from one featured on Gordon Ramsey's F-Word television program. If you have any leftover, try eating them with golden syrup, they are just as good sweet. If you can't find dripping you can use lard or vegetable oil. They work best in a Yorkshire pudding tray, with indivdual molds, but you van use a deep oven tray approx. 8x10 and make one large pudding, that you can cut into individual portions. Preparation time includes time for the batter to rest.

    Recipe #148756

    So simple and really delicious. From Ellen Yin, co-owner of Fork and Fork: etc., Philadelphia. I use thyme honey from Greece when I can, but any good honey will do. Ms. Yin recommends clover honey.

    Recipe #226088

    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Found this among my recipes torn from newspapers and thought I'd share with those of you (like me) that can't buy brandy flavoured cream all year. I have only seen it in the stores close to Christmas!!

    Recipe #144827

    Easy and fast cranberry sauce that beats canned every time. Orange juice adds a zest to it.

    Recipe #42609

    A must with roast beef or Christmas dinner here in England. Not the healthiest way to make potatoes, but so good that every once in a while it's worth it. Beautifully crispy on the outside and soft in the middle. This is adapted from a Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall recipe. My favourite TV chef.

    Recipe #148758

    Saw Rachael Ray for 30 Minute Meals make these. I thought it would be something different for Christmas Eve dinner, since my DH loves them and I always refuse to make them. Not these...they are DELICIOUS! Even my two year old son loves them!

    Recipe #88220


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