At this point in the season many of you may have already settled on what dishes will make their appearance at your Christmas dinner table. Whether it’s the traditional dish you cook every year, or a new recipe you’ve tagged in your favourite food magazine or blog, it’s a time of year to look forward to. No matter what you are planning to cook, at this stage we are all counting down the days until we stop working, and can remain in our pj’s until noon without any guilt or explanations required, celebrating in our own special way with friends and family.
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