Saturday, 15 December 2012

Sod The Guilt

We are going to stuff our fat faces this Christmas, 
sod any guilt
Gluttony.....eat your heart out!
M.I.L has sent a welcomed addition to the fudfest
in the shape of this all singing and all dancing Christmas Cake
Thanks Sorrel
x

34 comments:

  1. That is the Christmas cake to beat all Christmas cakes!!! Yum!

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  2. That is the Christmas cake to beat all Christmas cakes!!! Yum!

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  3. Sod it indeed! (Thanks for the very tasteful card, btw! One of ours is on it's way).

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  4. That really does look awesome, John. Be sure to let us know how it tastes!

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  5. Oh...that's a pretty one. Dig out a slice and see if it's the dark kind.

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  6. It looks wonderful! Enjoy yourselves.

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  7. Yes, that would be one beautiful Christmas cake!!

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  8. Oooh that looks lovely and I don't like Christmas cake. I've read far too many articles about being frugal and eating frugally over Xmas - balls to that. I have a homemade gluten free Xmas Pud with my name on it so if I can't have a blow out once a year then it's a sad life

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    1. BALLS TO THAT INDEED! well said Princess Anne!

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  9. I find the guilt can be better managed if you have something in a glass to go with it..
    Lovely!

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  10. What a beautiful cake. Enjoy the holidays!

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  11. Wow, what a fab looking cake.
    Mind you, it would look even better with a plastic Santa and a tobogganing snowman on it......plus a couple of those little Christmas trees made from green bottle brushes !!

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  12. Oo, that's a good looking cake. I agree with the Duck, a nice glass of port would go down well with that.

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  13. Yummy cake! And it's once a year for Heaven's sake. Enjoy!

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  14. With a nice slice of Wenslydale! xxxxx

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  15. Its the holidays - sod the guilt indeed!!

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  16. M.I.L has done you proud - enjoy !!

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  17. I clicked to enlarge and it filled my screen. Perfectly. Eat up; it looks wonderful.

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  18. Yummy yum! My lady likes cake like that. She ate an entire fruitcake all by herself. Hee hee.

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  19. Gonna be stuffing my face here along with you.

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  20. great cake... I too will be STUFFING my stuffing into my face!

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  21. Now that is a truly impressive cake. It is likely to be toooooo hot for a major stuff feast here - but I am sure I will manage.

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  22. Guilt? You know nothing. Give us a slice of your cake, please. Ta.Cx

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  23. Apparently, according to t'interweb, if you don't eat all of your Christmas cake straight away, you can slice it and freeze individual pieces. Sounds good to me!

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    1. f*ck that janet..... it all gets eaten within a week in this cottage x

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  24. I don't even like Christmas cake, but that looks amazing!!!

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  25. What a lovely gift! Will you still fit into your new underpants after the cake has been eaten?

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  26. Phwaaaaar. Lady M made ours and it's wonderful (but without the surface glitz).

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  27. You silly man. No need to feel any guilt, because calories don't count during the Holidays!

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  28. It looks wonderfully festive. Are you going to wait until Christmas to have the first slice and hope to make it last most of the 12 days, or have you already been enjoying a slice for breakfast, lunch, tea, and supper?

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  29. Looks delicious. I have a light fruitcake in the oven right now. The fruit has been soaking in spiced rum all week so the house smells wonderfully spicy and boozey! Quite proper for the Yule season.

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