- Christmas Guilty Pleasures
Since I do all the cooking…Ive just put a load of my homemade gravadlax on some brown bread ready for the family coming round in a few hours. Not all the gravadlax made it to the fridge obviously 🙂
Same goes for the rare breed sausages…
and the scallops…
nom. Chef tax.
And now M-in-L and Mrs S have taken little Stoners to
be indoctrinated into zombie jewish flesheating supernaturaliana“Christingle” service, I can put my feet up with a G&T and 6Music.
EDIT: Nice one thm. I have some Chassagne Montrachet on the list for tomorrow. With a few nice Savennierres too.Posted 5 years agogrumMember
Soft white bread and crunchy nut cornflakes are normally banned in our house but I have succumbed for Christmas. Also been drinking quite a bit of port and eating way too much fancy cheese. Had a little soirée the other night with a few mates where we all brought cheeses – ended up with 17 different varieties!Posted 5 years agodannyhMember
Listening to Andrea Bocelli sing ‘I Believe’. I originally first listened to this on a Christmas Day when life wasn’t brilliant and I don’t mind admitting that a few tears were shed.
Nowadays, we have two massively lively and excited kids, and listening to it always makes such a stark contrast to how things felt back then.
Sentimental – guilty as charged!Posted 5 years ago
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