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View Poll Results: Yorkshire pudding on Christmas dinner?
Yes - why not? 187 82.74%
No - why would you? 34 15.04%
Other... 5 2.21%
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Unread 24 Dec 19, 09:09 AM  
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Christmas dinner - Yorkshire pudding?

So bit of last minute nonsense going on here. Kids campaigning for Yorkshire pudding on traditional Christmas dinner.

We regularly have them with any roast rather than just beef but they don't go on a traditional Christmas plate with all the trimmings (in my head anyway).

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Unread 24 Dec 19, 09:11 AM  
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Yorkshire pudding goes with any roast dinner.
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Unread 24 Dec 19, 09:13 AM  
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Yorkshire pudding makes any roast dinner.

Surprise them, Yorkshire puds in a bowl in the middle, jug of gravy - help themselves.
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I got some Waitrose ones with horse radish sauce or something and roast beef in them. My kids love them , but we rarely eat them at any other time.
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I voted Yes- why not but only because there wasnt an absolutely! definitely! - best thing apart from pigs in blankets! selection 😉😂
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We always have Yorkshire Puddings with a Christmas dinner.
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Unread 24 Dec 19, 09:57 AM  
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To be honest I cant believe your actually asking the question. I thought it was a given
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Err what a question to ask, of course Yorkshires go on your Christmas Dinner... I'm doing gammon though tomorrow but turkey on boxing day at our Xmas Dinner at my mums and she will also be doing Yorkshires... I'm from Yorkshire though we were weaned on em when most kiddies had farleys rusks 😂😂😂
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