Being in sunny South America, my Christmas meal will consist of chicken, sausages, fish and veggies on the grill, roasted potatoes, homemade cookies and maybe even a pumpkin pie with vanilla ice cream!
Usual British Christmas meal turkey,sausages, stuffing, roast potatoes, parsnips, sprouts, carrots, Yorkshire pudding, cranberry sauce and gravy. This is followed by Christmas pudding with cream or custard and then sometimes indigestion.
Being a Jamaican, I will be making curry goat & rice & peas, adding some Italian flavor to the mix with Lasagna, and green beans for vegetables. I am thinking of also doing a Spanish dish called Paella it's rice mixed with seafood and chicken. For desert it will be cake and ice cream.
Cornish hen, made in the slow cooker with bacon. Stuffing. Cranberry Sauce. Brussels Sprouts. Mashed potatoes. Dessert will be mini chocolate covered cheesecake. And, can't forget the wine.
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