This year, both my wife and I were working Christmas Eve. And with the celebration in Church on Christmas Day, we left our Christmas dinner until Boxing day (26/12/14).
As usual, my wife did all the cooking and food preparing. Hence all the credit for the food looking and tasting good goes to her.
First we had the starters with olives, smoked salmon and roasted peppers (and some tortilla chips & dips – not pictured here).
Next came the main meal – Christmas turkey with stuffing and gravy, Piggy-in-a-blanket, brussel sprouts and carrots.
And what would Christmas dinner be without some mulled wine. We made our own mulled wine with a mulled spice sachet.
The wine is meant to keep us warm during the winter time and does have the aromas of cinnamon and nutmeg. It helped to wash down the food very well.
It was another enjoyable Christmas dinner, which we shared with our very good friend who has been a great help to us over the year.
We also had lovely Christmas pudding, but that is another thread I will publish once I have finished editing the video.