Question of the Day, Friday, December 3

denice

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I have also heard it called an 'acquired taste'. I never understood that. Why should I eat or drink something that I don't like until I do like it or can tolerate it? Why not just skip it?
 

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Growing up we would have ham or roast beef with mashed potatoes and gravy and a veggie, usually peppered asparagus, with pecan pie with vanilla bean ice cream for dessert. As an adult, that tradition stands strong to this day!
 

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We always used to have roast turkey with winter vegetables and the trimmings such as stuffing, pigs in blankets and Yorkshire puddings. I have pretty much the same except I'm vegetarian now so I replace the meat options with plant based alternatives. I normally have plant based "chicken" instead of turkey now and have had to sacrifice the pigs in blankets! We normally have Christmas pudding or Yule log for dessert.
 
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