Grand Christmas Foodstuffs Deathmatch

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Feb 2017
9:16am, 23 Feb 2017
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It's most unlikely that a chocolate orange has survived into February. Sorry to be giving bad news.
Feb 2017
9:19am, 23 Feb 2017
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Nicholls595
Let's be honest, it is very unusual for a chocolate orange to survive past Boxing Day.
Dec 2021
11:22am, 20 Dec 2021
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GregP
Normally goes during whatever Disney fillum we watch after Her Maj - so gone by say 16:30 Christmas Day.

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DEATHMATCH CLOSED 19.12.13 08:47
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WINNER: roast potatoes
RUNNER UP: christmas pudding
THIRD PLACE: roast parsnips & cheeseboard selection

VOTES COUNTED: 3,304
R1: 1,654
R2: 788
R3: 457
QF: 242
SF: 108
F: 55

BIGGEST WINNING MARGIN:

pigs in a blanket - chipolata sausages wrapped in bacon 42 - 7 nut roast (a popular vegetarian alternative)

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