Its no secret that the Christmas season is one of my favourite times of year. I look forward to the shopping, the decorating, the gift giving and of course Christmas Day itself. Our family has loads of traditions and I’m hoping to share them all with you in another post. However the one I want to focus on now is Christmas dinner.
For as long as I can remember, we’ve always had Turkey and trimmings for lunch on Christmas Day. I know that’s the norm for most people, but some do stray from the traditional. My mother in law for example, is cooking stew this year! And in previous years, she’s done gammon and even duck. For me though, Turkey is part of the tradition and some of my fondest memories are peeling sprouts, fanning potatoes and eating a warm turkey sandwich on Christmas Eve.
It’s because of this that I want to share this infograph by Mayfair Granite which I found in an article on Better Baking Bible. My mum and dad always used to start the preparations on Christmas Eve and this infograph gives you a great way to plan out your time for the perfect Christmas Dinner!