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What to eat to Xmas Eve?!

PrincessKiki Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I know this sound rather random but......I have got my MIL over for Xmas this year and I haven't got a clue what to cook for tea on Xmas Eve.
We usually have somehting like Chilli and Jacket Pots or Curry and rice but she doesn't like anything spicy, lamb or fish!! :-(
We are having the usual Xmas roast dinner on Xmas day, and a kind of buffet on Xmas Day night, but not a clue about Xmas Eve.....
Any help would be much appreciated!!
Thanks xxx
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
chippy
#2
Ask her! ... how about jacket pots with cheese or beans?
#3
chocolate and crisps etc and lots of beer to drink
#4
Erm I havnt even a clue what were having in my house...I dont get out of work until 4pm so will probably be a little bit manic getting home etc.
#5
The usual thing is for a joint of gammon and pickles and the like with crusty rolls and a nice pud:santa:
#6
Lasagne, spag bol, shepherds pie?
#7
Thats a horrible pic!!
#8
mikebike
The usual thing is for a joint of gammon and pickles and the like with crusty rolls and a nice pud:santa:


Like that idea! thanks :santa:
banned#9
I like to slip a bit of meat into my mouth on Christmas eve.
#10
DanJackson
I like to slip a bit of meat into my mouth on Christmas eve.


Nice!!! So do I!! :whistling:
#11
We're having Hot Pork and stuffing sarnies on crusty bread...........Mmmm

It's become a bit of a tradition in our house....

Have a good one.. Whatever you decide..
#12
She is just a fussy b!tch!! We couldn't even agree on what veg to have with Xmas dinner!!! AAARRRGGGHHH!!!
#13
strychnine pudding maybe :) ?
#14
Ricin Pudding is much nicer.
#15
mikebike
The usual thing is for a joint of gammon and pickles and the like with crusty rolls and a nice pud:santa:


Same here! :-D Yummy!
#16
eat before she comes lol :-D
#17
we ALWAYS have gammon joint with cauliflower cheese, mashed tates etc. This year i might have it cold though. Although tbh the way i feel i won't want to cook anything and we'll be going to the chippy......
#18
Always have a kentucky christmas eve, got four kids so I see it as mums night off b4 the big day:)

Oh and a bottle of Baileys after the kids go to bed:giggle:
#19
Blue cheese and wild mushroom risotto served with sliced baguette. Just in case she's vegetarian. :-)
#20
I'd stick with the jacket spuds - you can have chilli and she can have cheese or beans or something. Or maybe soup and rolls. I make Celery and stilton or winter vegetable. Ever so easy and very tasty. (My mum doesn't like celery or stilton so I told her it was cheese soup and she tasted it and liked it. I told her after what was in it!)

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