Your guide to a fuss-free Christmas feast

Fantasy:  Neil Perry merrily sends out festive food from your kitchen.  You mingle graciously with a serene smile, leaving in your wake charmed guests and the barest hint of eau de Cartier.

Reality:  Everyone savours an incredible feast that the host made from scratch after slogging for 5 days.  By 25 December, all the host wants for Christmas is a Bex, a lie-down, and something to neutralise that eau de turkey.

So, in the name of emancipating all home-kitchen slaves, this Christmas food safari article will show you how to assemble a fuss-free feast with the best offerings from Strathfield’s providores.

For the complete article, see A Christmas food safari in Strathfield that I wrote for The Strathfield Scene.   (After clicking on the link, magnify your screen to make the words more readable.)

Have a wonderful festive season, and a year of good health, success and happiness!

What I don’t like about office Christmas parties is looking for a job the next day.
– Phyllis Diller, American comedienne

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