Yorkshire puds on a Xmas dinner - yes or no?



  • Abbafan1972
    Abbafan1972 Posts: 6,843
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    I love yorkshire puddings and don't think they should be just eaten with beef!
    Striving to clear the mortgage before it finishes in Dec 2028 - amount currently owed - £45,189.63/b]
  • We always have Yorkshires with the turkey, and mint sauce! It's your own dinner so can have what you like.

    Also, I'm the only veggie, and usually just have a veggie cheese bake with all the roast veggies/stuffing/yorkshires. A few years ago for some reason I added an onion bhajia to mine, now they all have one! Mad I know, but tasty.

    Getting hungry now - Happy Christmas everyone.
  • his_missus
    his_missus Posts: 3,363
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    My Hubby would probably divorce me if there were no Yorkies with the turkey on Christmas Day :rotfl:

    His dad, however, thinks yorkies with Christmas dinner is unacceptable, so Hubby says he'll have his dad's share too :D
  • suzy_g
    suzy_g Posts: 726
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    No not for me
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