Christmas has been and gone for another year, though it still feels like Christmas to me.
This year we celebrated my side of the family’s Christmas on Boxing Day, due to people working, and everyone having the in-law sides to visit and spend time with. So rather than make everyone rushed and some people missing out, we moved our celebrations to Boxing Day.
Presents were first, with Santa (AKA Poppy) making a brief appearance with a gift for the three children.
Then it was time for lunch.
There was the usual overflowing table of food that was thoroughly enjoyed by all. And with full tummies, it didn’t matter how much time we left before dessert, there wasn’t a lot of room for more.
Do you think that stopped us though?
Tradition was followed. There was Pavlova, Christmas pudding, ice cream and custard. My mum made an amazing Trifle, and my Sister-In-Law made some White Christmas. There was also a sneaky Chocolate Bavarian in there somewhere. A plate of fresh fruit salad and a bowl of cherries helped us to feel a little better about our indulgences.
Did you make anything spectacular for your Christmas feasts? What was on your table?
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