There will be seven of us around the table tomorrow (Christmas Day) and we decided to have a cold meal as I don't like the thought of having the oven going if it is a hot day. The forecast is for 22 degrees which is fine by me.
A leg of lamb has been roasted, a mix of vegetables has also been roasted for a salad, trifles are in the fridge for the jelly to set before the custard goes on and this afternoon the turkey will be cooked. That leaves the small ham to be glazed tomorrow morning when the new potatoes and homegrown beans will be cooked, a couple of salads made and the pavlova decorated.
It seems as though everything is under control.
The garden is coming on well. We should have tomatoes in the next few days and, hopefully, potatoes next month. Beans, courgettes and cucumber are already prolific.
and "No Feet" has been back for feeds.
and Kim has made herself at home
So all that is left is for me to wish everyone a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS.