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    What will your Christmas Dinner be?

    Who will cook their own?

    Down to the expat bars for a hassle free feed?


    How big will you go? Glazed ham, pumpkin pie, xmas puddings that set the house alight, corned beef?


    I'll probably keep it simple. Roast veg with roast chicken (we're not a fan of turkey) or may be adventurous and do a roast duck instead.

    What are your plans?

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    Salmon
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    Will be in Pattaya Xmas Day with the wife and kids. Anyone that can recommend a good venue ?

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    I dont have X'mas...but visit family at KK in new year I think...

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    Found some interesting ideas for Xmas on this website. Food Delivery Bangkok Online Grocery Shopping Thailand PassionDelivery ? Passion Delivery

    I'd like to make some Italian sausages if I can find them. And maybe a baked ham.

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    Traditional Christmas Fayre at the Camel Pub in Rayong. (They get US servicemen bringing turkeys in regularly). Christmas Carols sung by kids from the Camillian Centre. *wub*

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    This will be our first Christmas in the West as a Family so, no idea just yet.

    Given that it's Summer, probably prawns and/or fish and a salad, washed down with plenty of beer.

    First time also the boys (almost 3) will have seen a Christmas tree and first time for presents ... looking forward to seeing the smiles on their dials as they unwrap the pressies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    Will be in Pattaya Xmas Day with the wife and kids. Anyone that can recommend a good venue ?
    I know Greg is doing a mega traditional Christmas Lunch, afternoon and evening menu at The Loft with all the trimmings.

    A lovely area for the kids to play and no problems with parking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    I know Greg is doing a mega traditional Christmas Lunch, afternoon and evening menu at The Loft with all the trimmings. A lovely area for the kids to play and no problems with parking.
    Thanks for that LT I'll look it up.

    Edit: Sorry LT is the above the 'Pattaya Loft Hotel'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auroria
    Who will cook their own?
    Me and the sous-chef. Will be Mexican this year for 10 or 12 folks.

    Albondigas soup, tamales, beef and chicen enchiladas, bean n cheese chimichangas, tacos, with plenty of guacamole, sour cream and fresh salsa.

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    ^Sounds great. I didn't get my invitation yet though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    Will be in Pattaya Xmas Day with the wife and kids. Anyone that can recommend a good venue ?
    I know Greg is doing a mega traditional Christmas Lunch, afternoon and evening menu at The Loft with all the trimmings.

    A lovely area for the kids to play and no problems with parking.
    That sounds lovely.

    Where is The Loft, and do they have hotel rooms with a roll-you-into-them service?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Auroria
    Who will cook their own?
    Me and the sous-chef. Will be Mexican this year for 10 or 12 folks.

    Albondigas soup, tamales, beef and chicen enchiladas, bean n cheese chimichangas, tacos, with plenty of guacamole, sour cream and fresh salsa.
    Can make that a total of 13-15?

    The wife and kid can sit in the car if 13 is the total allowed.

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    Yadong Rd kill and if Santa delivers a pie with a girl inside from PPPP

    Pattaya Phantasia postal pies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert
    Sounds great. I didn't get my invitation yet though
    Quote Originally Posted by Auroria
    Can make that a total of 13-15?
    So far only 6 confirmed so no problem. The more the merrier. No prob for Humbert. He's close.

    Actually more a New Year rather than Christmas thing. Some time first week of Jan.

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    at 6-7 USD a kilo fresh at bazaar kely , 3-4 kilo will be part of the bacchanal


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    Those who mentioned their highlight as tacos, prawns, salmon, Italian sausages and a cunting salad...

    fuck me what do you guys live on for the rest of the year

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    ^ Thank you.

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    Probably large, bbq'd prawns, chicken adobo, rice, and whatever fruit the garden is featuring that day.


    Wife just added pancit, lechon, and whatever varieties of shellfish and fish she brings back from next week's trip to Palawan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    So far only 6 confirmed so no problem. The more the merrier. No prob for Humbert. He's close.

    Actually more a New Year rather than Christmas thing. Some time first week of Jan.
    The Norton Jimbob party war is about to heat up.


    Topless waitresses and a Black Label Hamper upon entering might just swing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    fuck me what do you guys live on for the rest of the year
    Turkey, baked ham, lobster, prime rib and pork roast. Like a change for the holiday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    The Norton Jimbob party war is about to heat up
    No worries. No conflict. All will be coordinated by the local UDD chapter.

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    I'm reliably informed that we'll be having roast turkey with everything and that there will be a large ham on offer.
    Knowing the lad I've no doubt there'll be a massive Lasagna and the inevitable Yorkshire Puds.

    Yum Yum.

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