Mmmmmmmmmm! Nothing says Christmas Dinner Feast like CraTurTopus!I'll have a leg/arm from each, please!
You can do the honours of carving it.
Just when I was thinking how much I fancied a bit of the Alien chest burster for Chrimbo dinner. X
You see Alien chest burster I see John Merrick with his tongue lolling out. It could do with some Aunt Bessies roast potatoes.
Oh Aldi and Lidl, Primark and Costco! National Treasures! I so love those places. I get excited even at the mention of those exotic names. Many moons ago, I once purchased a tin of Spam (a delicacy which I had hitherto never heard of) from somewhere or other. It cost a mere 79 pence. Imagine when I got the Spam home and opened it with a device called a tin-opener and the contents glowed an eerie green colour. What a delight, I ate every last droplet of that delicious greeny-brown matter. It did rather remind me of the ghostly ecoplasm I have seen lingering around my maid's quarters, where Belladonna takes residence.It is funny how three-stuffed birds have become all the rage this Christmas, according to the culinary experts (although I suppose, according to them snorting cocaine is also something we should be doing, hey Nigella?!).
It’s nice to have an alternative to the Turducken.Happy Christmas, Mitzi!
I will stick to some cheese balls and a fish finger surprise. You can never go wrong with a fish finger.Happy Christmas, Mitzi!Sxxxxxx
Happy Christmas yawl ! I'll be doing the rounds later. The sight of that thing after eating a full box of After Eights has left me feeling quite queasy.