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Home Cook: Talking turkey tonight

This time of year is so excessive, especially when it comes to food, that we do tend to find ourselves with leftovers. It's what happens when an average-sized family sits down to a typical Christmas d

22nd December, 2013
Main picture: turkey and sage cakes. Picture: Lilly Higgins

This time of year is so excessive, especially when it comes to food, that we do tend to find ourselves with leftovers. It's what happens when an average-sized family sits down to a typical Christmas dinner.

No one family can really consume a whole roast turkey, glazed ham, spiced beef and trays of roast potatoes, vegetables and an array of sauces, no matter how hard they try. It's both a blessing and a curse.

That...

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