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Monday, 12 December 2011

Win! A chutney hamper from Tracklements


On the eighth day of Christmas, Domestic Sluttery gave to me... a hamper full of Tracklements chutney.

The very best thing about Christmas is the non-meals. You don't really know what you fancy, so your 'lunch' consists of a few chocs from a tin of Roses a packet of Mini Cheddars and some brie on a cracker. That's it. You can have the same food an hour later if you like. There's no one to tell you off (except me, if you think it's a good idea to eat all of my brie, go ahead).

Tracklements are giving away a hamper full of all sorts of tasty, onion marmalade, quince, chilli jam, and loads of other goodies that go perfectly with cheese. What do you have to do to win? Just leave a comment below telling us your favourite Christmas snack. Are you a fan of leftover roast potatoes? Or do you eat the Ferrero Rocher before anyone has even had a look in?

You've got until midnight to tell us the answer and then tomorrow morning we'll announce the winner with our next competition.

Good luck everyone!

Oh yawn, small print (read it). The competition will close at Midnight on December 12th. You must be UK based to enter, sorry you lovely overseas readers. If you're anon your entry won't count and if you enter more than once, we'll discount all of your entries and tell you off. The winning entry will be chosen at random and you must claim your prize by the 16th or we'll draw again. If you've won one competition this Christmas, let someone else have a bash and go and play with your toys! We're not allowed to enter our own competitions but Siany's Christmas would not be the same without Twiglets.

152 comments:

  1. The cheeseboard, the WHOLE cheeseboard...which these chutneys would go lovely with.

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  2. Stollen. Yum yum yum!!!!!

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  3. My Christmas would not be the same without 'kilted sausages' (or pigs in blankets.) Just give me a plate of those with some stuffing and I one happy christmas cookie!!!

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  4. Red onion chutney, Brie & crackers. Washed down with mulled wine and finished off with quality street. Then I wonder why I am fat in January!

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  5. In an ideal world, it would be roast potatoes but they never make it to the leftover stage in my house. But, the xmas pud does, so I can snack on that to my heart's content.

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  6. A bubble and squeak made from Christmas dinner leftovers - using gravy and homemade cranberry sauce to bind it all together. Sounds dreadful, but with lashings of Worcester sauce is fantastic. It's also the only thing that my father-in-law has ever cooked for me!

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  7. Wensleydale with cranberrys and a nice glass of Shiraz!

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  8. Leftover stuffing sandwiches. My mum knows to make extra stuffing because I love to eat it. Thick sliced White bread, pickle and a slab of stuffing.

    Admittedly, you go into a bit of a carb coma afterwards, but boxing day is designed for being slumped on the sofa, right?

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  9. Roast chestnuts... and cheese (not at the same time)

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  10. It has to be cheese. The stronger and stinkier the better. Oh God, I want cheese NOW! Oooh and maybe a few twiglets and cheeselets and crisps and a bit more cheese and some chocolate and a little bit more cheese and....

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  11. Big chunk of cheese, big glass of red = Big fat smile. Merry Christmas everyone!!

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  12. Cheeeessseeee. It's not Christmas with out lots and lots of cheese :)

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  13. Fionnuala Sharvin12 December 2011 at 11:33

    Mmm, lovely chocolate...give me a tin of Quality Street or Roses, I'd end up with tennis elbow if I got both at the same time, lol.

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  14. Boxing Day bubble and squeak with lots of pickles, Branston pickle finished with onion sauce- Yummy! rounded off with smoked applewood cheese, crackers and mulled wine chutney! Roll on the next two weeks to the big day :)

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  15. Stilton...and red wine! Massive plate, in front of the telly, BLISS :)

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  16. I love having pork pie at Christmas - it's always there at the buffet table yum!

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  17. TUNIS CAKE!!!!!! I LOVE Tunis Cake! It reminds me of Christmas years ago with my now long departed beautiful Grandma. A slice of Tunis Cake makes me feel warm and Christmassy right from the moment I spot it on the shelf in the shop, all the way to the very last bite and beyond! I'm hopping to get one today! Meryy Christmas Everyone, sending you all warm winter wishes. xxxxx

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  18. I get up, and for a pre-breakfast snack I'll have some Twiglets. After breakfast, it's time for some Twiglets, then maybe a few more Twiglets. After a quick champagne break, I'll indulge in a few Twiglets, followed by Twiglets on Twiglets and maybe, if I'm peckish in the mid-afternoon, a Twiglet sandwich. After dinner, some favour mints. I favour Twiglets.

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  19. The 'moist-maker' leftover sandwich, as inspired by Ross and Monica in Friends. It's basically a bit of everything left over from Xmas lunch, with a generous helping of bread sauce. Amazing! It's worth the Xmas family overload by itself!!

    xx

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  20. I love using leftover bread sauce as a dip and dipping pigs in blankets in. Add cranberry sauce for extra YUM.

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  21. Ooh, maybe Bubble and Squeak! With lots of salt and pepper... yum!

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  22. My favourite Christmas snack is a bag of chocolate coins. For some reason, chocolate tastes even better when it is shaped like money. As someone who never has any money, it's very comforting to eat it from time to time.

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  23. M&S party nibbles (the cheese wrapped in bacon). I eat an embarrassing amount of these every December :-s

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  24. Has to be Pigs in Blankets - could eat them until I pop! It's probably just as well it's not roast veg, as my husband makes sure there are none of those left after dinner!

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  25. Pigs in a blanket or devils on horseback, basically meaty snacks.

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  26. A bread sauce sandwich, but only if the bread sauce has been made in the proper way and left to infuse for ages. Sounds bizarre, but it's so good!

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  27. Warm mince pies and stilton. They go together wonderfully.

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  28. Homemade christmas cake, with Whensleydale and a port and lemon - keeping it old school and classic

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  29. I love to nibble on Panforte whilst sipping a nice little glass of liqueur...Mmmmmmmmmm!

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  30. Homemade Christmas Cake (Great Auntie Hazel's secret recipe) with Wensleydale Cheese - it's the Yorkshire way :)

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  31. Catherine Fathers12 December 2011 at 11:45

    I love bubble and squeak (slightly burnt) with pickle (accompanied by a sizeable measure of sloe gin. Rude not to really!)

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  32. My mum's homemade bacon and herb stuffing. It is seriously the nicest thing I have ever tasted. It takes up about half my plate for Christmas dinner, my mum has to make extra :)

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  33. Not being a lover of chocolate my passion is savoury things and I am a big lover of cheese and sometimes the stinkier the better, I would love this array of chutneys to accompany my platter of cheeses while everyone else pigs out on chocolate :0)

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  34. Oooo yummy! I love the leftover yorkshire puddings - ideally with golden syrup. We always make loads :-)

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  35. left over stuffing balls! dipped in mayo and chilli sauce!!!

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  36. Yes, left over roasties with cheese is a favourite.

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  37. Onion Gravy! i could drink the stuff mmmm @lillyfer85

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  38. Fairly stinky cheese and a glass of port, finished off with a chocolate praline, or two, or three!

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  40. Fruit cake. Christmas time is when I indulge. And I make sure I indulge in style :)

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  41. You can't beat Quality Street (purple, mostly) followed by Cheese and crackers (Wensleydale, mostly)

    Surely there is no bigger indulgence then chocolate and cheese in the same sitting?! And you MUST be curled up on the sofa with a blanket whilst indulging in this treat.

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  42. Bubble and squeak on Boxing Day morning made from leftover (if there is any) food from Christmas day. I just love fried brussel sprouts!

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  43. Crisps any flavour and shape or size will do with dips and cheese!! anything Savoury really ..ooohh pickles too :-)

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  44. It has to be the Boxing Day Sandwich! The thickest pieces of fresh granary bread, lashings of mayo, salt, pepper, turkey, potatoes, stuffing and roast parsnips! Followed by some chocolate coins, obviously.

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  45. A small nugget of Stilton and a dash of piccalilli on a Ritz cracker!

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  46. My mum makes the most amazing christmas cookies covered in yummy frosting. Can't help but sneak a quick one every few minutes!

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  47. The Christmas evening turkey butty! Gobble, gobble!

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  48. I may *ahem* 'streamline' the celebrations tin of all the malteasers and galaxy bars before anyone else gets a look in...

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  49. Madeleine Hoskins12 December 2011 at 12:10

    There are so many Christmas snacks I enjoy, all consisting of the colour brown. Delicious brown! However I'm particularly partial to the pre-breakfast ferrero. I like to think of it as an amuse bouche.

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  50. My all time favourite snack is cold christmas pudding and cheese

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  51. i love cheese and crackers, there is always so much choice at christmas time xxx

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  52. Cheese and biscuits (with chutney!)

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  53. I love brie and cranberry parcels. It's a tough choice between them and mince pies!

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  54. Leftover cold ham and warm bread sauce. My sisters and I hide it from my brothers so we can have a midnight feast.

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  55. Smoked salmon as I'm only allowed to splash out on it at christmas

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  56. My favourite Christmas snack is always always cheese...and lots of it! The stinkier and runnier the better! Slathered on crackers, spread on toast or, more often, eaten straight from the block with a knife/scraped off the wrapper with a spoon as it attempts to make a break for freedom across the kitchen. Brie, Camembert, Epoisses, Dolcelatte, Stilton..I could go on for weeks... My mouth is watering in anticipation already....mmmmmm.

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  57. A gorgeous glass of port with some seriously smelling cheese!

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  58. My favourite (or favourites as my Nan is an amazing cook and puts on a massive feast & the most exceptional cheeseboard ever!) is bread sauce. As I am such a fussy eater I end up with roasties, stuffing, pigs in blankets, meat & yorkshire puddings on the day. But at the very end (after I have gorged on cheese & cockburns afterwards) is to demolish the last of the bread sauce. Just leave me the bowl and a spoon and I am in heaven! Better if there are some pigs in blankets left over to dip in the sauce, but thats a rarity among my family! x

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  59. Got to be the chocolate coins! Whoever came up with the idea of filling money with chocolate was genius. x

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  61. It has to be cheese, we always treat ourselves at christmas to a really good cheese selection, normally with something we haven't tried before. Served with handmade chutney.

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  62. Prawns - we buy the big ones to make nice prawn cocktails as a starter, but I tend to nibble on them first.

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  63. Alexandra Whittaker12 December 2011 at 12:58

    I'm married to an Icelander, and in Iceland people bake piparkökur before the first advent, and then each advent they get them out and eat the piparkökur together.

    It's become a big tradition for me - piparkökur are basically ginger bread biscuits but spiced with cloves, cinnamon and pepper. We always have a bowl of the biscuits out during Christmas, perfect snack with a coffee :)

    This is a recipe I found.
    http://tastebudtravels.blogspot.com/2008/01/piparkkur-icelandic-pepper-cookies.html

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  64. Leftover turkey, brie and cranberry sandwiches. Nom!

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  65. Cheese with crackers, nuts and fruit - yum!

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  66. My absolute FAVOURITE Christmas snack is brazil nuts wrapped in marzipan and dipped in chocolate. My sisters and I make a huge batch of them every Christmas Eve to be dipped into throughout the next day. Just thinking about them makes my mouth water!

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  67. Leftover stuffing and turkey with the last drop of gravy is THE BEST 'in front of Morecambe and Wise Christmas special' leftover supper ever.

    Can't wait to tuck into this on Christmas night.

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  68. Oh it has to be lebkuchen!

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  69. Pigs in blankets don't have a chance in my house - I scoff them all!

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  70. It is ALL about the Stollen for me..... true Christmas joy In My Mouth!

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  71. Brie with stuffing and cranberry on a slice of crusty fresh bread!

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  72. Any Christmas Charcuterie is in danger if I get anywhere near it. I'll pick away at the slices on a plate till it becomes obvious that it would be better for the lot to disappear than leave any evidence of the return of the secret saucisson eater...

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  73. Pretzels.... Or the marzipan and icing off the outside of the Christmas cake! The best year was when we made two MASSIVE gingerbread houses and every time we went into the kitchen we'd break a bit off.....

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  74. It would have to be tha ham that we always have on xmas morning for breakfast. The big joint gets put in the ove around 6am and we have it with eggs, tomatoes and toast. I then spend the rest of the day slicing bits off and dipping in sauces or the christmas gravy :)

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  76. I absolutely love gravy! Hot, cold, fresh or old - it's absolutely yummy! My favourite has to be turkey gravy, the leftovers on Christmas day once everyone has had enough. This is quite embarrassing now but when I was younger, I used to drink gravy from the jug. Or the pan. Or off my plate...! Now I use a spoon (growing up and years of funny looks off family and friends does that to you!). Dipping things in is fun, but not always needed - gravy is the best leftover of them all!! :) Krissy

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  77. The tradition for my family, ever since I was week, is to take all the Christmas dinner leftovers - turkey, potatoes, chipolatas (hardly ever any left, I hoover them up), sprouts, parsnips, the works - and roughly chop them on Boxing Day morning and have them in an omelette for breakfast - it sounds a bit odd but it's really very tasty. Try it!

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  78. Cheese and crackers - definitely! I particularly love a strong mature Welsh cheddar cheese. ~ Sara

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  79. we start off with a jamaican breakfast, so i make a load of salt fish fritters and i love picking on those during the day while getting the xmas meal together

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  80. Everything - especially as i have been pregnant for most of this year so at last can eat naughty foods :-) xx

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  81. Don't care what as long as it's covered in proper home-made gravy :)

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  82. I'm with the other Boxing Day bubble and squeak-ers! my mum now cooks too much on purpose to make sure we have leftovers for it, otherwise we all get in a bit of a grump. It's always delicious, and always with leftover cold meat and mango chutney, and always, always the best bit of christmas :)

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  83. I have LOADS of faves, but one of them is a sausage wrapped in bacon dipped in cranberry sauce! Yum :o)

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  84. Cheese savouries have to be my favourite festive food. The little shaped cheese crisps - hearts, diamonds, ovals etc. - have always screamed Christmas to me since I was a child and I love them just as much now as I ever did!!!

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  85. Bubble and squeak! Who knew mashed and refried brussel sprouts, parsnips and potatoes could taste so gooood?

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  86. Bubble and Squeak with left over cheese crumbled in too. Smashing with a little chutney!

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  87. For me anything with cheese. That will do me. Cheese and cured meats and I am there!!

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  88. For me anything with cheese. That will do me. Cheese and cured meats and I am there!!

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  89. Its got to be a box of assorted nice crackers and lots of different cheeses- too expensive for all year round treats x

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  90. In the least sexy snack award, it consistently seems to involve gobbling the little pot of vegetables my mother puts aside (along with leftover gravy) less than 2 hours after I've finished the roast and announced "Oh I couldn't possible eat more."

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  91. Selection tins of biscuits - specifically the ginger nuts, dunked in coffee. mmmmmmmmm. Also cheeses with fruit in them - it used to be that I could only get Wensleydale with Cranberry around christmas time and it's hands down delicious.

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  92. I love cheese and pineapple on a cocktail stick!

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  93. An obvious choice, but it's got to be cheese. Last year I got seriously into blue cheese, but any cheese will do! My favourite thing about Christmas is the way that for about a week it suddenly becomes perfectly acceptable to have a plate (or two...) of cheese and crackers and chutney and Christmas leftovers before bed, even if you've already eaten your own bodyweight in festive food.

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  94. My fave Xmas snack would be leftover veggies from lunch popped in the microwave and nuked with a layer of cheese and eaten with some pickle and french stick. You should try it sometime. It's glorious winter comfort food!

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  96. For some reason I only buy these at Christmas -cherries soaked in Kirsch, covered in dark chocolate - so yummy!

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  97. Lebkuchen if my favourite! Or brie and cranberry in any form... And of course bubble and squeak on Boxing Day!

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  98. Sprouts, but only on Christmas day and pigs in blankets, of course!!!

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  99. All the good Austrian Christmas bakery - oh yummm!

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  100. Fry up slices of xmas pudding, add brandy butter.

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  101. Chocolate! I'm not fussy, milk, dark, white, I'll have 'owt! Or Cheese, as long as its strong! Or Chocolate and Cheese together (the one from morrisons) yum!

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  102. Mmm bubble and squeek and mince pies are the best Christmas fare!!

    @sheldex

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  103. A small plate with cold from the fridge, salted,leftover roast potatoes, accompanied with some leftover stuffing, a pickled onion and some cornichons. You really don't want to be sitting next to me at Christmas.

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  104. It has to be a terrys chocolate orange - it's not Christmas without one of those!!

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  105. Garlic cheese sandwich mmmmmm!

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  106. home made Christmas pudding leftovers, trifle, cream and maybe a bit more leftover Christmas pudding and maybe a little more cream :)

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  107. Definately Cheese footballs. They are never available the rest of the year so you've got to get your fill at Christmas!

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  108. Got to be lindt chocolate balls, the red ones. Melt in the mouth awesomeness. Woe betide anyone who tries to speak to me while I'm eating one!

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  109. Cheese, with port and then more cheese. Mmmmmmm, cheese board....

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  110. love cheese & crackers - I ask santa for a cheese board every year! yummy!

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  111. I love Turkey and stuffing Sandwiches. Mmmm

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  112. My mum make the most amazing blinis with spring onions served with tiny brown prawns or some sort of amazing ham... Brilliant snack to keep you going until the big festive roast dinner! Also goes suspiciously well with champagne...

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  113. Christmas eve when the ham is cooked and warm have some with lovely fresh new bread and butter (has to be butter not a spread) and some onion marmalade spread on top - lovely dribbling now at the thought of it!!!

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  114. Was going to say warm mince pies and brandy butter which I love, but saw a comment about taking the ham when it's just cooked which i do as well and love!

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  115. Lebkuchen hearts covered in chocolate with the apricot jam in the middle, oh how I love them! :) @duckard12 on twitter

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  116. I love cold Yorkshire puddings with strawberry jam!

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  117. turkey and stuffing sandwiches! Better than the dinner itself!

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  118. filo pastry moneybags( made with my own fair hand) with soft cheese and pesto or just the excuse to eat cheese and chutney, sans guilt for once!!

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  119. my favourite christmas snack is satsumas ...i know that sounds ridiculously healthy but i have been known to keep eating them till the point of stomach cramps which isn't good. they go rather well with cheese too or dipped in dark chocolate and left to set with a lolly stick in the centre ...satsumickles i call them, yum yum

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  120. Toasted Brie sarnie with big ripe tomatoes and a scrummy chutney mmmmmnomnnomnom

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  121. Turkey panini with some (or many) sort of cheese!

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  122. Stollen for me :) Can't get enough!!!

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  123. Pigs in blankets dipped into leftover cranberry sauce.

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  124. Cold Turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce

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  125. Its got to be Bubble and Squeak! No questions asked :)- Nicola H

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  126. Salted cashew nuts. Mmmmm...

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  127. ..as I am German and spend Christmas back home, I ll snack on ALL the lovely things that reminding me of when I was younger : Spekulatius dipped in Coffee with whipped cream, Niederegger Marzipan, Printen ( traditional Gingerbread from Aachen) with dark chocolates and almonds, or milk chocolate or dark chocolate and nuts ) and homemade Vanille Kipferl which are a kind of vanille shortbread biscuit in half moon shape ... and the traditional white wine/vodka/fuit jelly :))

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  128. The best snack for me at Christmas (though there's huge competition from satsumas, cheese, chocolates, biscuits, cooked meats, little nibbley baked things... there are a lot of great snacks at christmas!) are pistachio nuts. Its so soothing working your way through a bowl, cracking off the shells as you go, occasionally licking one oe two for the salty taste... ;)

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  129. I am partial to cold trimmings from the dinner and will quite happily pour cold gravy over it. I will also pick at the cheese board and chutneys all day long. I love chocolate but savoury bits and bobs always draw me in first!

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  130. I love mince pies, covered in warm yummy custard. :)
    @buttonf1fan on twitts

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  131. I will never get bored of turkey sandwiches - a smidge of butter, a little bit more of mayo and as much tasty leftover turkey as you can fit on soft white milk roll - heaven!

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  132. Bread Sauce, I realise most people wouldn't consider it a snack, but it's the best food of Christmas.

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  133. Fruit cake, i never think to eat it any time other than Christmas!

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  134. Fruitcake and Stilton - cheese and cake, how strange, you say? Seriously, try it. It's delicious.

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  135. I have a thing for those awful cheese footballs that you only ever see in Tesco at christmas....

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  136. All sorts of cheese and crackers!!

    @luckyduckyme

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  137. My favourite Christmas snack is a Turkey and Pickle sandwich :)

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  138. if there is any left then i love munching on goosefat potatoes, otherwise i love cheese truckles, especially the flavoured ones like cranberry or sweet onion. Mmmm..

    email is danigraves[at]btinternet.com

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  139. All of it!! Haha, I have no favourite,all my Christmas food is a snack & I love them, choccie in the morning, After Eights midday, pigs in blankets later on. They're all yummy x

    sweetiepie82[at]sky[dot]com

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  140. My favourite snack at Christmas time is crackers with cheeses and fresh meats! Especialy ham and garlic soft cheese. mmmmmmm

    email = [email protected]

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  141. Chocolate for breakfast! It's the only day of the year that I would even contemplate having chocolate for breakfast, and it's become a bit of a tradition now. Coffee and Ferrero Rocher anyone?

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  142. Stilton with apricots on crackers, only ever at Christmas :)

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  143. christmas brekky is toasted panetone, lightly buttered. mmmmmmmmmmm

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  144. for me it has to be mince pies!

    @ashlallan

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  145. Cheese...all varieties at any time... need I say any more?

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