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Re: Turkey for Christmas
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aiyo Bytez, i tot u wil be around for xmas...gud lorr...spend xmas in spore eh...mus be sumtng fun than kuchng...spore has more xmas spirit..lol...

ohhh...roast lamb, mochaholic...yumyum

Posted on: 2007/11/6 13:09
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I might take orders...takes 2 hours to cook and is quite simple. Get a leg of lamb, rub with olive oil, thyme and pepper, leave to roast for 2 hours and you have your roast lamb.

Forgot how much it was at the Hilton, but all the places go by kg, with a minimum of 5kg, if I recall correctly, per bird. Book quick, or else you'll get stuck with either the largest or smallest bird.

If you're getting pastry and such, book even faster. I even call all the way from Sydney or wherever I am, prior to coming back to Kuching, because the demand is there, and they will always get too many orders. Booking 3 days before Christmas Eve and you'll need a miracle nowadays in Kuching.

I was only lucky to get a gingerbread house from Hilton last Christmas. Was looking for it on Christmas Day itself, right after Mass. Had to pull strings and all just to get the display piece. I ate Caffe Cino's display gingerbread house, if anyone was wondering where it went last year.

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Re: Turkey for Christmas
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I'm really in Christmas mood already. Can't wait. How much are you charging? Maybe i want to order.

Posted on: 2007/11/6 14:09
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Re: Turkey for Christmas
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hahahah...Mochaholic- u took de gingerbread house eh...funny ...cant deny tat hilton has lots to offer wen it comes to xmas treats n goodies...me too, am feeling de xmas mood alredi...i wish Kuching cn be more decorative wen it comes to tis....white xmas...

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hmmm...white christmas?? i wish .....

Posted on: 2007/11/6 14:17
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Come back to this topic on boxing day. Will post real white xmas pics.

Posted on: 2007/11/7 8:22
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LOL, like you did last year?

Posted on: 2007/11/7 10:52
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do bring in de white xmas pic in, Reid......

Posted on: 2007/11/7 11:18
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It's a sunny Christmas down here, and Christmas decorations have been all over the place since late October and are now appearing everywhere throughout Sydney.

I'll consider making and selling my roast lamb, depending on family demands and if I have the time, but if I can, I wouldn't mind taking orders.

All I need to do is bring an extra bag and stuff lots of meat with me on the Sydney-KL-Kuching flight...then I can charge the sky with actual meat caught from the farms in the Southern Highlands!

Posted on: 2007/11/7 19:26
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now ur making me to start thinking of wat to do b4 xmas...i tink my list is spreading more tis year...hmmm

Posted on: 2007/11/8 10:44
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