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how can i make a thread -_-' no tutorials, no help on chat
Go chose a board first then go look at top of the site you will se something called "post new thread"

There you go click on it and there you start!


I'm Muslim and don't celebrate Christmas but I want to know when you guys celebrate Christmas what do you eat at dinner?
 

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Go chose a board first then go look at top of the site you will se something called "post new thread"

There you go click on it and there you start!


I'm Muslim and don't celebrate Christmas but I want to know when you guys celebrate Christmas what do you eat at dinner?
Raw pig. No JK xD

Chicken again like those other years.. ^^
 

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When you guys celebrate Christmas what do you eat at dinner?
In New Zealand most christmas dinners are a roast of sorts, usually has potatoes, chicken, vegetables, kumara (sweet potato)
Dessert is typically a pavlova which I suggest you all go out and make one now >;o


Prep time: 40 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Servings: 1 pavlova
Ingredients:
3 Egg Whites
1 cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon vinegar
1 tablespoon cornflour
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
Directions:
Beat egg whites until stiff (forms peaks). Add sugar - heaped tablespoon at a time - beating well after each addition. Then beat for at least 10 minutes. This is very important. Then sprinkle vinegar, cornflour and vanilla essence into mixture. Beat until blended.

Coat baking paper with water drops to allow baking paper to stick to sides of tin and pile pavlova mixture in 20cm circle.
Heat oven until 300°F (or 150°C). Put pavlova in oven and immediately turn oven down to 250°F (or 125°C) and leave for 1 hour. Then turn oven off and leave in oven until cold. (Usually overnight). This makes a nice crust on outside of pavlova.

Before serving, cover the pavlova in whipped cream and decorate with your favourite fruit.
 

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In New Zealand most christmas dinners are a roast of sorts, usually has potatoes, chicken, vegetables, kumara (sweet potato)
Dessert is typically a pavlova which I suggest you all go out and make one now >;o


Prep time: 40 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Servings: 1 pavlova
Ingredients:
3 Egg Whites
1 cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon vinegar
1 tablespoon cornflour
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
Directions:
Beat egg whites until stiff (forms peaks). Add sugar - heaped tablespoon at a time - beating well after each addition. Then beat for at least 10 minutes. This is very important. Then sprinkle vinegar, cornflour and vanilla essence into mixture. Beat until blended.

Coat baking paper with water drops to allow baking paper to stick to sides of tin and pile pavlova mixture in 20cm circle.
Heat oven until 300°F (or 150°C). Put pavlova in oven and immediately turn oven down to 250°F (or 125°C) and leave for 1 hour. Then turn oven off and leave in oven until cold. (Usually overnight). This makes a nice crust on outside of pavlova.

Before serving, cover the pavlova in whipped cream and decorate with your favourite fruit.
I'll try this q_q

Anyhow, we eat some kind of roast as well.
Ribbe or ribs I believe, it's pig I believe. dno.

I ate a vegan Christmas dinner this year, different but good.
Got a vegan aunt so she cooked for us.
 

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In New Zealand most christmas dinners are a roast of sorts, usually has potatoes, chicken, vegetables, kumara (sweet potato)
Dessert is typically a pavlova which I suggest you all go out and make one now >;o


Prep time: 40 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Servings: 1 pavlova
Ingredients:
3 Egg Whites
1 cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon vinegar
1 tablespoon cornflour
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
Directions:
Beat egg whites until stiff (forms peaks). Add sugar - heaped tablespoon at a time - beating well after each addition. Then beat for at least 10 minutes. This is very important. Then sprinkle vinegar, cornflour and vanilla essence into mixture. Beat until blended.

Coat baking paper with water drops to allow baking paper to stick to sides of tin and pile pavlova mixture in 20cm circle.
Heat oven until 300°F (or 150°C). Put pavlova in oven and immediately turn oven down to 250°F (or 125°C) and leave for 1 hour. Then turn oven off and leave in oven until cold. (Usually overnight). This makes a nice crust on outside of pavlova.

Before serving, cover the pavlova in whipped cream and decorate with your favourite fruit.
I'm gonna try and make this for new years, it'll probably be black though, burnt that is like every dish i ever made. Cooking skills -10
 
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