I don't like Christmas cake, mince pies, Christmas pudding or marzipan.
This year I shall do chocolate mousse for pudding on Christmas day and make a carrot cake with cream cheese icing for feasting on.
What do you do?
Obviously ice cream AFTER the braai
Typcially swim too
PloddingOn wrote (see)
Obviously ice cream AFTER the braaiTypcially swim too
it would melt otherwise, PO
beebs wrote (see)
I'm the same, I like that Italian cake.. pana... something...
Oh and not really on topic but I've just put a load of veg and stock into the slow cooker, should I cook on high or low, what's the difference? There are cubes of potato in it, they'd be the longest thing to cook.
home made christmas cake here - my girl and i LOVE it
no one keen on mince pies or pudding, so following a recent success of mine in the dessert department all have voted for baked alaska
Mince meat ice cream?
I just reckon that Xmas is the awful season - mainly becuase everyone feels that they have to put so much effort in!
Why not do something simple and just enjoy the time with the family?
Go for chocolate mousse or ice cream or something? I much prefer a hot Christmas, becuase we spend the time outside in the sun and swimming and it's far too hot for anyone to slave in the kitchen
KK I would go with low ifits for your evening meal and high if its for lunch
I've never had a hot Christmas PO but agree that people get way to stressed
hang on It lost my bit about high if food os for lunch and low if its for supper KK
and its Panettone
We did apple & blackberry crumble last year, and pud for the only two family members who like christmas pud.
Year before they got profiteroles
This year I'm off to Malta so they can do whatever they like
You're all heathens
Rich christmas cake, packed with fruit, orange zest, molasses and dark sugar
Mind you, we abandoned the traditional Christmas dinner years ago - we'll be going for a curry on Christmas eve, then Christmas day everyone can just graze and booze as they wish. No stress, no kitchen ban - happy day!
We made a nice mince-meat lattice tart for christmas dinner last year, that went down quite well.
We also had the same deliberation over this years main course, we've gone for individual beef wellingtons after two very successfull trial runs!!!! YUM YUM.
hang on It lost my bit about high if food os for lunch and low if its for supper KK and its Panettone
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