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Postby Tim Tylor on Sun Dec 01, 2002 6:01 am

Is it traditional to have turkey at Christmas, as it is here in Britain? Max' reaction is very familiar to us here, but it's something we usually go through over December 26th to New Year's Eve. (And here it would be "Drop the sage & onion stuffing-mix, punk!" We've never really discovered cranberries.)
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Postby Major Tom on Sun Dec 01, 2002 7:59 am

Turkey's fairly common for Christmas here, too -- it may share more of the tables with ham, though, and perhaps because of our "Turkey day".

The 'ham' reaction during the week after a big Christmas gathering can be equated with Max's avian aversion, in my experience.
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Postby Padre on Mon Dec 02, 2002 6:34 am

:-? Turkey?!?!? Ham?!?!? :o

Lasagna, baby, Lasagna!!!!!! There's no other main course for a Holiday Feast, be it American Thanksgiving or Christmas, than, ta-dah,
LASAGNA!

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Postby Tim Tylor on Mon Dec 02, 2002 12:10 pm

Turkey ham? I know that - thin slices of processed turkey dyed and flavoured to look and taste like ham. We live in strange days.
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