We had goose a few times. Delicious but fatty (you need to cook it on a rack) and not much meat on it for a large family. I just hate turkey. Last year we had salmon on Christmas Eve and beef Christmas Day. I think I might do the same this year as pork is out. 29 saw "Such a cute little pig" for the table when on her travels. She hasn't eaten pork since.
I don't hate turkey. Its just traditional for us to have goose. And when we were kids Daddy Tink grew the geese from eggs so if there were lots of us on Christmas Day then we had two geese and then a ham or some such. We always used to have beef on Boxing Day. A massive rib of beef.
What you haven't taken into account is, this is Tesco?
It won't be where it was the last time you bought some, which wasn't where you bought it the time before that. And you also have think outside the box, because it may have been with the flour and other baking products when you couldn't find it the first time, and is probably now with the pasta or the cat food?
Post by Berry McPaper-cuts on Dec 15, 2014 20:02:15 GMT
I was forced when wandering up and down the aisles to buy some of relaxing salts that are being hyped up at the moment.£7. Just had a very relaxing bath with them. Also forced to buy a Finest Chocolate Log.