A Conversation for Planning and Preparing a Christmas Meal

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Post 1

darakat - Now with pockets!

If you have planned the rest of the cristmass dinner down to the finist details. IE the trukey with stuffing, or pig with crakleing, or where I come from (Australia btw) A cold meat luch with some Praws (yes if you like you can use the sterotypical chuck another prawn on the barbie mate comment). You however genrally get to the point when you discover 3 days befor C-day you have no idea what pudding you will make for afters.
Now the traditionalists will go for the good old fassion figgy pudding, some will go for cold cake and ice-cream, others for some other puddings. And thats is what this convo is about what is your favourate pudding to (fill up the gaps as it where) to have?
I personaly have persimon pudding, you whould sware that it has choclate in it and is a cristmass pudding all the way, but when I tell you it hasnot touched a scrap of mince or a tincy bit of coco, you sware I am lying. But after some consideble intrest I may post it somowhere here on H2G2 to share the info.


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Post 2

Schrödinger's Cat-flap

We always have a traditional Christmas pudding- I dont actually like it, but it's worth it if only to see it burn. Always turn the lights off for this, btw, the blue flames look SO gorgeous in the dark smiley - xmaspud
~smiley - cat


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Post 3

darakat - Now with pockets!

Yes this is very spectacular... exept when your curtins go on fire...


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Post 4

Batty_ACE

Darakat, perhaps when you decide to put the recipe on h2g2 you can do so in <./>ThePost</.>.


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Post 5

darakat - Now with pockets!

Question? What is The Post (pretend link).


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Post 6

Batty_ACE

It's kind of the h2g2 newspaper and there are recipes in there on occasion.


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Post 7

darakat - Now with pockets!

Yes I see that, but how does one post on the post (confuising me this is).


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Post 8

Batty_ACE

Try here:

This is a recipe I had in the post recently. It tells you how to submit one at the top: A883794


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Post 9

darakat - Now with pockets!

Now all I have to do is make a rtf of the receapie


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Post 10

Batty_ACE

I wouldnt worry too much since you'll just be doing the text.. Shazz will format it and all for the post...

well I'm off to cook dinner... later..


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Post 11

darakat - Now with pockets!

Persimon pudding will now apear at a H2G2 near you!


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Post 12

Batty_ACE

smiley - cool

*goes to check <./>ThePost</.>*

smiley - run


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Post 13

darakat - Now with pockets!

You will have to wait till tommorrow.


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Post 14

Batty_ACE

smiley - erm I noticed that. I'll take a peek at it tonight to see if it's up yet.


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Post 15

darakat - Now with pockets!

Well I have to wiat until practicly friday my time, 10 o'clock at night my time it will be up. Grate.... just grate. Oh well at least it is there! and thats waht matters.... Oh I better go and get the persimons!


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Post 16

Batty_ACE

should be about 5pm my time then... I'll look at it when I get home tonight...


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Post 17

darakat - Now with pockets!

Yeah well its on now, as we speak... or I speak anyway...


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Post 18

Batty_ACE

sounds positively yummy!!! you might want to start a thread and advise how much lemon juice though. I didn't see it in the list of ingredients...

I always have to do the same when I write a recipe because I don't measure and don't necessarily do it the same way twice myself..


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Post 19

darakat - Now with pockets!

Thats that done. opps :P


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Post 20

Batty_ACE

That's the only problem with putting a recipe in The Post. You can't go back and edit the page like you can a regular guide entry. Though I'm sure Shazz would be happy to change it.


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