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Lazy Christmas Dinner

  • 04-12-2016 9:43pm
    Registered Users Posts: 299 ✭✭

    Hi folks, we've done the full Christmas dinner the previous 2 years and really enjoyed the planning/prep/cooking that goes with it. This year, we are moving house and hoping to be in new house about 5 days before Christmas (possibly less!!)

    Due to the move/two kids/pregnancy we're going to be pretty busy and no doubt exhausted so the last thing we want to do is a full-on Christmas dinner.

    We're thinking about ordering everything pre-prepared from Marks and Spencer, that way we can just pop everything in the oven ready-to-go, set the timers and put the feet up.
    Is the M&S Christmas food nice/worth the money? Any particularly delicious recommendations? Or would you recommend something else entirely? Thanks


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 6,154 ✭✭✭Dolbert

    Brambles catering do (or used to do) a pre-prepared Christmas dinner which they delivered on Christmas Eve! I'd be hugely tempted to try it if I was hosting and say nothing :pac: