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Croute au fromage et oeuf au plat
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If I could be arsed, I would like to try cooking a goose but I'll stick to my bacon and liver pate turkey small filets.

Fat Andy, if I'm very nice to you, can I come to spend a few days with you, around xmas possibly...I'll chop the veg...?

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hobbes
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Goose? F-that.
We usually have turkey, but my mother has been banging on for years about having something else (Mum: Shall we have beef for Xmas dinner this year kids?
Kids: Fuck that. Murder us a Turkey, woman!)

This year however, under the guise of giving a rats arse about Avian Flu, it's Beef Wellington. Which is ok, I'll just go round my mates' house in the evening and have turkey there.

(edit for spelling)

[ 06.12.2005, 09:20: Message edited by: hobbes the tiger ]

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quote:
You might be offending minorities, you know.
Really? Excellent.
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Andy C
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Rogin: not just for Christmas.
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I'll be having the standard Scots' dry turkey and over-cooked veg at my wife's parents before moving up to my parents' place where we usually have a stunning bit of beef. My sister's cooking this year, so I'm not sure what that'll be.

Goose is for New Year.

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ad hoc
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This will be my first christmas in Romania, but it won't be a normal one (we'll be at home hopefully - or at the hospital if we're unlucky). Thus, it's unlikely we'll be having any meat (because I'll be cooking and while, contrary to the popular opinion of the crypto-fascist meat-eaters of OTF, I have no real problems with cooking meat for my family, I have no idea how to.) I think stuffed cabbage is your typical Karacsony/Craciun dish round these parts. I might rustle up a nut roast or some form of veggie roulade if I have the energy.
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Malcolm X
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Ad Hoc, if you child is born on Xmas day, will you name him Jesus (or the Romaninan equivalent)?
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Well, as far as we know it's a girl, so Jesusina might be more fitting. I'd quite like to anyway, regardless of birthdate, given that naming one's child Jesus is as good a way as any of naming oneself god.

I actually have no idea what Jesus is in Romania, your post has made me realise. Iesu or somthing I suspect.

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My name is Mumpo
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what do they stuff their cabbage with, ad hoc?

a big stuffed red cabbage would make a marvellous centrepice for our Christmas dinner. it would look like a garlanded crown, or a resplendent beacon.

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ad hoc
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rice, minced meat (of indeterminate origin, I think pork), herbs and spices.

The cabbage is pickled before being stuffed. I think Purves has a good pickled cabbage story.

I had a veggie version made specially for me by Erika's cousin for Easter this year. It had mushrooms instead of meat and was delicious.

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Speaking proudly as a member of the

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crypto-fascist meat-eaters of OTF
in opposition to the tree hugging, hippie, animal cuddling liberal pansies of OTF, I quite like a big old gammon ham at Christmas (and usually well beyond). Turkey is, quite frankly, shit and dull. Goose id good, as is duck.
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I'm going to be feasting on whatever falls from the tables of the capitalist pigdogs that own the chalets i'll be looking after. and muttering "my precioussssssss" most likely.

i hope its goose. i've never had that. sounds great. if i was stuffing a cabbage, i'd stuff it with cabbage. it would be called Stuffed Cabbage Surprise.

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My name is Mumpo
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you could make a cabbage Russian doll.
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with a Brussels sprout in the middle.
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A vegetarian turducken, no less.
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