Christmas Scoff

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Octavious
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Christmas Scoff

#1 Post by Octavious » Mon Nov 15, 2021 9:24 pm

The Christmas holidays will soon be approaching, and with it comes the traditional time of feasting and merriment. So with that in mind, let's share some of our favourite Christmas nibbles.

As a starter for 10, quince jam and stilton on toast :-D
I eat cookies to improve my snacking experience

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Re: Christmas Scoff

#2 Post by Crazy Anglican » Tue Nov 16, 2021 3:28 am

Ham and cheese rolls or pinwheels were always a favorite of mine growing up. Grandma always had them out for Christmas Eve. She and Grandpa were both born in Sweden and she put on a smorgasbord for Christmas Eve. I just this year put out her china pattern beside ours in the china cabinet in our dining room.

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Re: Christmas Scoff

#3 Post by Deeply_Dippy » Tue Nov 16, 2021 7:56 pm

Good cheese is definitely high on the menu - no pun intended.

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Re: Christmas Scoff

#4 Post by PRINCE WILLIAM » Tue Nov 16, 2021 9:09 pm

Pork meat cooked with celery is a traditional dish for Christmas Day in Greece, one I am looking for too. Especially after 40 days of fasting!

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