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Oh Bring Us Some Figgy Pudding!! 
 
Dec. 1, 2010 9:25 pm 
Updated: Dec. 2, 2010 1:53 am
This year, we are minus many family members to one destination or another so... the few that are left will gather for an intimate get together this Christmas dinner.  The 30+ attendance is whittled down to 7 adults and 3 kiddos!  Sooooo, we were thinking about setting out  "traditional"  (or maybe not so traditional, just yummy and different)  English Christmas fare!  :)  I've done a bit of research but was wondering what those from across the pond enjoyed the most!

So far we're thinking...

a roast of some sort...prime rib, maybe lamb....??  I wouldn't know where to find a goose!

brussel sprouts...roasted with pecans n bacon

plum pudding?

potato dish??

what in the world is bread sauce and do I wanna know??

and again.....what is swede??

I'd love to hear your favorite recipes, fun traditions and ideas!!!  TIA!!  :)
 
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Dec. 2, 2010 1:53 am
My mother used to make Yorkshire Pudding for Christmas. She and my Dad lived a few years in northern England after WWII and she continued to cook a few British dishes. Although she has been gone for many years now, I remember liking the Pudding but have no recipe. If you are keeping w/a British theme, of course include Hot Buttered Rum and mince meat pie. Have a Merry!
 
 
 
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