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  1. MegaMissfitz
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Morning foamy! Is now a good time to tell you im just about to have my christmas dinner again?👍👎👍 (3 course little snigger alert)

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  2. Des Fuller
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Keef, just discovered your videos and find them very enjoyable, good fun & easy to follow – keep 'em coming. Like a lot of people, i'm preparing for a Christmas dinner and have made a cake which is ready for icing. The icing recipe calls for the use of glycerine which i cannot find in this part of the world for love nor money! Is this vitally important to use or is there something else that can used to make a 'royal icing'. Many thanks & a Merry Christmas to you .

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  3. Eddie Bigfatmonkyspank
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Seriously mate, you need to sharpen that knife! Also curl your knuckles to stop yourself from cutting off a finger.

    Get a bloody potato pealer!

    You are better off putting the butter between the meat and the skin, all thats going to happen if you put it on top, is have buttery carrots.

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  4. Holidays & Celebrations
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I love traditional Christmas foods! … and I loved your video.

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  5. Elizabeth S
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Could you list the ingredients in the description?

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  6. Rodoula Doulos
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I adote turkey…but the hubby hates it….so we end up making Pork fricasee….Oh mama…it is so delicious..Im practically drooling…mind you he does it french style which means he puts celery in the sauce….MAN whoever has tasted it has left with the recipe………..AND CHRISTMAS IS GOOD!!!!!!!

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  7. Thomas Lowdon
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Haha you know very well that luncheon is a midday meal and tea is a lighter cold platter used if youre working shifts and eat at work…. tea is a sunday meal after youve had lunch at midday. It all depends on your working life. So youre saying everyones out all day at school.work etc..had sandwiches or soup at work and come home to Tea…
    Nah….thats the main meal if the day with family that is dinner…..
    Do you book a meal out at local restaurant or the pub …..oh hello ld like to book a table for 8pm for tea ..please….theyd laugh or hang up lol lol lol

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  8. Thomas Lowdon
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    No yorkshirepudd on a christmas lunch….its an insult to the turkey lunch…and if you have all the traditional buts theres no room

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  9. Thomas Lowdon
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    The prep was ok..but the final presentation is a bit ordinary…
    Looks like any sunday lunch…
    Oval plates are much better….
    Battons if carrot and parsnips.
    Bone out the leg..and warm cranberry…and its christmas lunch not dinner….dinner is a night time meal….eaten whilst watching queen at 2 pm..
    Glasses in table ? A cloth.napkins
    Crackers..candles..c'mon its christmas ….

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  10. Steven Heizer
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    You are great. I now have some New ideas about my menu. Thank You

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  11. Mr. Perfect
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Keef, no one should cook a Turkey "frozen", esp in the US. They stuff bit up the cavities and freeze it all together. You need to allow 2 days in the fridge and perhaps running it under water at the last to clear all that out.

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  12. tookie cookie
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    great cook!!!!!!

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  13. MrTopcat3333 tolstoyfan
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    For crispy skin, put raw turkey in fridge overnight, UNCOVERED. It really works.

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  14. Dave Bartlett
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    A lot of people complain that turkey breast meat is too dry for them, even after the bird has been prepared properly for basting. An easy solution to that problem is to roast the turkey upside down, i.e. breast side down in the oven, (NOT breasts on top,) so that the juices drain into the breast meat, moistening it, rather than just drain out directly into the bottom of the roasting pan.

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  15. Dave Bartlett
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    That turkey from the plate shown at the beginning doesn't look like it was fattened up for Christmas; in fact if you can get an entire turkey leg on your plate, that's a pretty much malnourished turkey.

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  16. Cry Fox
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    WhoOPS

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  17. Eileen Dewell
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    l would come to your home anytime for Xmas dinner any time Mr and Mrs keef looks great

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  18. Eileen Dewell
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I've never seen this one either now what do l do have a turkey breast ? or a whole turkey ?

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  19. myrna bagogloo
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Your meal was excellent thank you. Myrna Bagogloo. Canada

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  20. Neil pye
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Take the pith lol

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  21. Jerky m
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I brought a turkey from a very well known company and when I went to collect it I couldn't believe what I was seeing.   The turkey in the box was 6" long and the turkey itself was 4".I phoned up and they sent me a voucher so I can use it another time.  Wont be doing that again to say the least.

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  22. Nirmali Das
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    😝😛 he did not clean nor wash the onions n garlic boil with peel..

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  23. Jane Butz
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    About sprouts: I have come to really like them i agree, boiling too long is a guarantee of disaster! We have taken to shredding them while raw in a food processor and then a fast saute in tasty fat, like bacon fat. Don't cook them too long, and they are amazing. They are also good with a little mustard mixed in. Sometimes guests don't even know what they are when shredded. Thanks, Keef!

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  24. sony playstation
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    gta5

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  25. Cindy French
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    What is bread sauce for? Never heard of it….

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  26. Cindy French
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Raw meat in the dressing? Never seen that before. Turkey and all the trimmings is my favorite meal to cook and eat.

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  27. hotties3v3n
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I’m that ‘greedy person’ lol

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  28. VinniethePanda
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I wouldn't eat Turkey if you put a gun to my head!

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  29. Freddie Clark
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Sprouts are awesome, Yorkshire pudding with everything, forget white sauces, go with the standard brown gravy with onions. oh and mashed carrot+Turnip, that is a traditional xmas dinner at my house.

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  30. Kevin Byrne
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    4:01 — Brussels sprouts — how to eliminate the nasty taste
    There is a VERY SIMPLE way to eliminate the nasty taste of Brussels sprouts.
    Cut the sprouts in half through the stem. Trim off the stem and a bit of the core.
    Boil a litre / quart of water. Add a half teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda / baking soda.
    Add the halved sprouts to the boiling soda solution. When the water returns to a boil, boil the sprouts NO MORE THAN 10 MINUTES. (Otherwise, the sprouts will become completely mushy.)
    Remove the sprouts with a slotted spoon and set aside (or just pour the contents of the pot through a strainer / colander).
    If the sprouts are still not tender, finish cooking them in fresh, lightly salted, boiling water.
    Sprouts that are cooked in this way will have no nasty, bitter taste.

    Regarding PARSNIPS, they're sweet in the spring — sweeter than carrots — after they've endured a hard freeze in the ground. Don't bother eating them in autumn, when they'll be bitter.

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  31. Geoff Joffy
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Not complete without Yorkshire puds.

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  32. sedique dainkeh
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Nice Christmas dinner, I really enjoyed your video.

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  33. brock balooshi
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Good vid, I enjoyed that, but gibblets in the gravy eeerrr no 😀

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  34. Phil UK
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    At 3:40 there abouts you said gross potatoe

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  35. jrgboy
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    There has only ever been 4 of us for dinner at Christmas and as I am the only one that likes turkey, its usually just a Sunday roast

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  36. Dirk Diggler
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    how bout a good roast goose, next time.

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  37. Dirk Diggler
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    I thought limeys had a fat Xmas goose not a turkey. Turkeys are indigenous to north America so they can't be to traditional.

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  38. Christine Thornhill
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    THANK YOU . MERRY CHRISTMAS 2017 . Great help , I had almost forgotten how to do it . ✨⭐️✨🎄

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  39. pics
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Ever fried sprouts going to try it

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  40. Carmen Dawn Allan
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Looks Fab. !!

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  41. Susan Farley
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Everything looked tasty and lovely. I'm a little scared of the bread sauce. The vegetables made me hungry for all three! Loved the balls of stuffing. I am going to have to try that.

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  42. Steven Garcia II
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    are you related to the famous guitarist Guthrie Govan? you have many of the same mannerisms, accents, and body language. I'm just curious.
    Thank you for generously sharing

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  43. libertango
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Nice to find out the British  Christmas dinner. In my case, Christmas is all about pork meat (sauerkraut leaves wrapped ground pork and a little rice)  and fillet mignon. We have turkey for new year's eve. This is just tradition, that varies in different parts of Europe and world.

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  44. S. G
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    Fantastic video Keef! This has got me excited for the big day, one month to go!

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  45. Carl T
    January 4, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

    How can turkey be a traditional British Christmas dinner when turkey comes from North America?

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