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Merry Christmas 2021 to all members.


Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)
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21 minutes ago, Canny lass said:

My mouth is watering!

Have you managed to get a turkey? I heard on the news here today that Norfolk turkey farmers can't get any of the native population to slaughter their turkeys. They rely on european, seasonal workers for the job and  Brexit has put a stop to that. Heard later in the day that 5 000 emergency work permits are being granted.

BBC has had that story for a while. Although I have added a full turkey to my menu that doesn't happen these days, it's just a small turkey crown as there is only the two of us to eat it. Only one daughter has Christmas dinner with us, and she is vegan = nut roast or Beetroot Wellington. The other three children are grandparents and have their own family dinner. They, and their partners, all call in during the day. The grand kids plus great grand kids it is normally Boxing day or later as they also have partners parents and grandparents to visit. So our bungalow has the 'after dinner buffet' for about three days  :)    

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