So here it is at last. The so-called Big Day. As always I am up early after a reasonable night's sleep and am raring to go. The turkey is out of the fridge to go into the oven at 8:30. That will give me plenty of time at the other end. Everything else is more or less prepared now so it will just be cooking and assembling. It's just a traditional dinner, nothing fancy or complicated so, really, timing is the key.
We had a pleasant family evening yesterday. Dave and Anna's pizzas were, as always, absolutely delicious and there was very little left over, thank goodness, because I have no idea where I could have put it. We have some left over garlic bread and I think I might zizz it to make garlic infused breadcrumbs for the freezer or maybe to coat any vegetable patties I might make for lunch tomorrow (depending on leftovers).
Anyway, I doubt you want to read my early morning waffle today. I will shut up now. Thank you for reading and I wish you all a very, very happy and peaceful Christmas Day.