|No rest for the girls on the 25th.|
|The geese survive to see their own Christmas Dinner of|
spent sprout plants.
|Comfy PJs for the 'duvet' days.|
|Tígín and the house from the back I nice inviting plume of|
smoke promises a toasty warm Living Room.
|Geriatric bunnies Ginny and Padfoot get whole carrots with|
the leaves still on for Christmas. A firm favourite - they eat the
|A goodly selection of excellent books.|
"Up with the kettle and down with the pan / now give us a penny to bury the 'Wran'! "
|Mid-bake, the gammon joint gets its skin sliced off, the fat|
cut into diamonds and dredged in brown sugar. A clove is
pressed into each 'diamond' and then it is back into the oven
for another 25 minutes.
|The newly planted daffs by the drive are starting to emerge.|
|Muddy parsnips, dug for the 'day that's in it'.|