Giveaway (CLOSED): Christmas Turkey and Meat Hamper from Farmer’s Choice RRP £140

Win this fabulous Christmas free range meat and turkey hamper from Farmer’s Choice, worth £140

Farmers Choice Turkey

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Christmas is an expensive time of year.  The cost of presents and extra food all add up.  Most people are also paid earlier in December, which makes for a long lean January.

Fuss Free Flavours has teamed up with Farmer’s Choice again – see my mother’s review here,  and  I am delighted to have this fantastic free range Christmas meat box, containing the feast below, to giveaway to one lucky reader.

Turkey Whole (White)  4000g  x 1
Topside  2000g  x 1
Salmon Fillet Smoked  250g  x 1
Shoulder Lamb Cushion  2000g  x 1
Bacon Streaky Dry Cure  250g  x 1
Gammon Joint  2000g  x 1
Chipolatas  500g Pork x 1
Sausage Meat  500g  x 1

Farmer’s Choice was established over 20 years ago, they are supplied with their free range meat by a number of free range farms across the country.   All meat is prepared and packed to order, blast chilled and delivered to the customer frozen, packed in boxes with sustainable wool insulation.

Win Christmas Free Range Turkey and Meat Hamper worth £140

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Comments

  1. Katrina White says:

    christmas lunch! :) love to pig out at lunch and then have leftovers in sandwiches for dinner!

  2. Christopher Jones says:

    Wow would reallylove to win, that would be christmas sorted :)

  3. Abby Mynett says:

    Dinner!

  4. We have Christmas dinner at lunch time and another meal at dinner time

  5. Emily McMillan says:

    We have Christmas lunch normally about 2pm… that leaves rooms for turkey sandwiches & Christmas cake later on!! x

  6. Definitely Christmas Lunch!! Can’t wait until dinner!! Have it around 1pm. Then got the rest of the day to watch tv and scoff again!!x

  7. Douglas Seager says:

    looks a fab hammper

  8. Ria Ramsey says:

    Somewhere between lunch and dinner! We have a huuuuge fry-up for breakfast to keep us going though ;)

  9. DINNER

  10. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!

  11. Oh right, definitely Christmas Dinner

  12. Bernadette Blundell says:

    christmas dinner yum yum cant wait

  13. Christmas Lunch

  14. Wow- this would sort Christmas out!

  15. Shelley Bird says:

    We have Christmas dinner as the kids are too excited to eat lunch!

  16. sue walsh says:

    Christmas Lunch due to older family members:)

  17. and definitely Christmas dinner- I’m northern

  18. We have Christmas lunch at around 2pm and fill our bellies so the rest of the day is just spent nibbling at all the other festive food!

  19. Hayley Cunningham says:

    YES LOVE ALL MY XMAS FOOD INC DINNER

  20. Beth Scott says:

    We only have cooked breakfast and the main Christmas meal which is served around 3pm so it could be either a late lunch or early dinner depending on how you look at it?

  21. Eileen Teo says:

    Dinner

  22. Lucy Taylor says:

    Lunch at about 2pm….. or later depending if I’ve messed up the timings!

  23. Ellie Bromilow says:

    We have a Christmas Dinner around 2-3pm as we think its the best time of the day!

  24. Catherine Woodley says:

    Xmas dinner, never organised enough to have it all ready by lunch time!

  25. Mia Thurlow says:

    Christmas Lunch at my mother-in-law’s so I have a day off from cooking :-)

  26. Stacey Rowe says:

    We have Christmas lunch about 1pm then a buffett in the evening, if you can’t indulge at Christmas when can you!? ;)

  27. It sets out to be lunch, but by the time it has been made it’s usually dinner.

  28. We have a late lunch at about 1.30 – and then are too full up for dinner anyway (although I can never stop myself pinching leftovers if I happen to pass the fridge!)

  29. Susan Jackson says:

    Christmas Dinner

  30. Christmas dinner, but at lunchtime!

  31. I have Christmas dinner at lunchtime!

  32. Tracy Nixon says:

    We have our Christmas ‘dinner’ at around 1.30pm so we are usually just finishing in time for the Queen’s speech!

  33. sharma gaskill says:

    We always have a christmas dinner :)

  34. Kenneth Shipway says:

    The Range Meat Hamper contains an excellent selection of meats.

  35. debbie davies says:

    we have christmas dinner but have it at lunchtime :o)

  36. Helen Thurston says:

    We have our Christmas Dinner about 1.00 – over the last few years we’ve had our ‘starter’ and ‘pudding’ at tea-time as we’re not used to having huge meals at lunchtime.

  37. PAUL STEAD says:

    dinner

  38. It depends what country I am in, in Spain it’s lunch but it is the typical late lunch so it is had at around 2-3pm. In England my in-laws seem to call it dinner but it is a late lunch really. Potato Potahto, as long as there is good food, I don’t mind the time.

  39. Caroline Crawford says:

    Oh Christmas lunch, but generally late so its more like a lunch/dinner time. We love it.

  40. Susie Clayton says:

    Christmas Dinner. Rarely eaten on Christmas Day though, due to working shifts in the hospital. I seem to eat endless Christmas meals elsewhere! Christmas Dinner will happen sometime over the 2 week festive period.

  41. caroline mccabe says:

    we have a good old family Christmas dinner – lots of lovely food!

  42. Hazel Rea says:

    We have our first full Christmas meal by candlelight on Christmas Eve around 6.30. We then have another full Christmas meal by candlelight on Christmas Day at about the same time.

  43. Carole barnes says:

    Its Xmas Dinner at ours

  44. We tend to go mid-afternoon cos we have a cooked brekkie :0)

  45. Cat Adams says:

    Christmas Lunch usually about 2pm and then just nibbles late if we can fit any in!

  46. Michelle Inwood says:

    We eat at about 2pm and this does both lunch and dinner!

  47. We have Christmas dinner at lunchtime!

  48. We have alovley xmas lunch aroudn 3pm and then cold cuts in the evening

  49. Tiffany Oconnell says:

    We have a late lunch around 2pm and then we are stuffed right up to the evening

  50. Jane Willis says:

    We have lunch – but it’s the one day of the year we call it dinner

  51. melanie stirling says:

    christmas lunch :)

  52. Claire Fraser says:

    Christmas dinner eaten about 5.00 pm – just a snack lunch earlier

  53. we eat about 4, to give time for a great breakfast to go down.

  54. dragonfly63 says:

    Christmas Dinner – about 3pm

  55. Christmas lunch and then a buffet table for tea!

  56. Mark Fridlington says:

    It is Christmas dinner, mainly as the cooking preparation time means that it is not ready until after the Queen’s Speech. As a child, it was family tradition to make it more of a lunch meal as it meant that we could watch the “blockbuster” film or Only Fools And Horses’ special on TV but sadly, Christmas Day afternoon TV is just not what it used to be. Hence it makes more sense not to rush the meal’s preparation.

  57. Christmas dinne

  58. Anna Stickland says:

    A massive christmas lunch with several courses followed by a very lazy afternoon/evening picking our way through leftovers and others treats :-)

  59. Jeff Wolf says:

    Christmas dinner – we get up too late to have it at lunch time! They joy of no longer having young children!

  60. It’s a compromise – late lunch for some and early dinner for others.

  61. Pauline Rendell says:

    Lunch then a real slob!

  62. Cara Smith says:

    Oh my goodneww – that would be AMAZING! Would be the first year my daughter ever got a full xmas dinner if we won – it’s her birthday then too! crossing fingers!!

  63. Cara Smith says:

    So i guess answer is we don’t have either, we have birthday cake – but we would if we won!!

  64. Christmas lunch every time :)

  65. We have a late lunch about 3pm

  66. Debbie Stanley says:

    We call it Christmas dinner but usually sit down to eat about 2.00pm

  67. Emma Carter says:

    We have Christmas lunch around 2pm, that way there’s plenty of time for exchanging presents in the morning, the meal fills you up until the evening when it’s time for the Christmas pud, mince pies, or chocolates (or in our house, probably a combination of all three!)

  68. we have Christmas Dinner….at lunchtime ;-)

  69. Lucy Pasifull says:

    We definitely have dinner, if we eat at lunch time then we just waste the rest of the day!

  70. Rob Clayton says:

    christmas dinner we call it, but we have it at lunchtime. im in yorkshire dinner time always was lunch time up here

  71. paul jackson says:

    lunch at about 1.30

  72. Deirdre M says:

    Christmas Lunch in our house. Slightly later than normal lunch but leaves the rest of the day to relax afterwards! Looking forward to this year already :)

  73. David Powell says:

    This will save Santa having to bring Christmas lunch!

  74. Susan Naylor says:

    We eat at about four o’clock on Christmas Day.

  75. Helen Battle says:

    We have Christmas lunch

  76. Cat Thomas says:

    Christmas Lunch it’s awesome :-)

  77. Pat Stubbs says:

    Christmas lunch if the family come or christmas dinner if we are on our own

  78. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    Christmas dinner.

  79. Kevin Honey says:

    Lunch, then sleep in the afternoon and wake up in time for the turkey sandwiches!

  80. angela sandhu says:

    Christmas dinner as we have a big breakfast and wouldnt be hungry for a big lunch

  81. Lauren Pilkington says:

    christmas dinner at ours :)

  82. Generally its Dinner, although Lunch tends to drag on a bit too

  83. CHRISTINE ANDREWS says:

    I don’t know what to call it……..we eat at around 4pm, so it’s neither lunch nor dinner

  84. Sarah Lamb says:

    Christmas dinner.

  85. Tamzen wilson says:

    Dinner :)

  86. Ann Gwillim says:

    Would love this & would really make Christmas complete

  87. Ann Gwillim says:

    Always have Christmas lunch about 2pm then have a snooze before the evening fun

  88. Christmas dinner around 3-4pm (:

  89. Christmas Lunch… followed by The Queen.

  90. Rebecca Matthews says:

    Christmas Lunch we spend the whole morning with our little family then we invite the rest of the rabble over to share the leftovers and do gift swaps. The best day of the year x

  91. Christmas Dinner

  92. Ann Gwillim says:

    Christmas dinner about 2pm then a snooze before the evening fun

  93. andrea barber says:

    Christmas lunch, then you can pick on the leftovers for the rest of the day!

  94. We have Christmas dinner with all the trimmings about 1.30 pm

  95. Linda Tweed says:

    Lunch — and we spend the rest of the day relaxing and recovering :)

  96. SARAH SHAW says:

    HAVE DINNER IN THE AFTERNOON!

  97. anita roberts says:

    my son works in a nursing home and has to work on christmas day so we wait until he gets home at 730 before we have our christmas dinner :)

  98. Trina Budge says:

    Christmas lunch, but not at lunch-time – guess it’s more like dinner-time (or is that tea-time?).

  99. julie west says:

    Great prize would be nice not to have to worry about getting our christmas meat

  100. David Greig says:

    Christmas Dinner as Christmas Eve is spent having a few drinkies with those stay for xmas dinner…..i’m usually a little hung over lol

  101. Glenn Hutton says:

    Christmas lunch

  102. Andrew Taylor says:

    Christmas lunch although often not till almost 3;00pm

  103. Christmas dinner :)

  104. Valerie Dallimore says:

    We have Christmas Dinner at lunchtime!

  105. Georgia McAllister says:

    Whatever time we have it, it’s called Christmas dinner, Christmas lunch just doesn’t sound big enough!

  106. Christmas Middle – it’s about 3pm. Is that lunch? I have to wait until I get home from work

  107. We call it Christmas dinner but eat it about 3pm, then just pick at bits and pieces the rest of the day.

  108. dawn hales says:

    I have christmas lunch

  109. Clementina says:

    Both :)

  110. Christmas dinner – I think its a northern thing.

  111. Christmas Lunch

  112. Christmas dinner :)

  113. We have a late lunch – about 2.30 – the kids are still too young to wait too long for food!! After a chocolatey breakfast – and a very early start to see if Santas been they are tired early on Christmas evening so tend to be in bed quite early :D

  114. Lunch, I guess, though in the North, it’s called dinner. However, we have it quite late for lunch (don’t even start until 2pm) so it kind of becomes linner, or is it dunch? We rarely have more than a snack for the rest of the day!

  115. Lorraine Carter says:

    yum! carnivore heaven- I want a salmon and cream cheese baguel now, but its bedtime!!

  116. Dinner for the roast and chat means plenty of time for turkey sandwiches and nibbles in the evening.

  117. stephanie Llewellyn says:

    lunch

  118. Jan Wroblewski says:

    Christmas Dinner

  119. claire mcevoy says:

    Late lunch, just after the Queens speech!

  120. laura cope says:

    We have family members who have to work xmas day so we have a Christmas Dinner when everyone is together at around 6pm.

  121. Nick Whittaker says:

    Christmas Dinner, always a favoutite in our house. Lasts through whole evening too

  122. A good breakfast, no lunch, and an early dinner around 5pm.

  123. Hayley Colburn says:

    christmas dinner, I’ve never heard it called christmas lunch (sounds small)

  124. Paul Ratcliffe says:

    hope i win – baked beans on toast the option otherwise!!!!!

  125. iain maciver says:

    christmas dinner always later on in the day too much going on

  126. Lisa Williams says:

    Christmas Dinner its sort of a late lunch kind of thing at about 3 or 4 in the afternoon we are usually pretty laid back when it comes to Christmas as its a day when nobody has any were to be and we all want to be spending time with each other and relaxing rather than worrying about what time food is. That said with this hamper in the oven I think the smells wafting through the house might make me try and hurry people up :)

  127. Angela McDonald says:

    Christmas Dinner!

  128. Dee Dmonte says:

    We have a lovely Christmas lunch and cold leftovers for dinner,

  129. Orphan LOL says:

    Nothing :( As the maternal gran, it seems I am always last on the list, so I sit here home alone & my daughter wonders why I’m not &&&^%$%^&*(*&^%%^&* annoyed that I cant see my one and only grandaughter :(

    Anyone else in the same boat ? Bad isnt it.

  130. Emma Weaver says:

    we have christmas lunch, but call it christmas dinner

  131. Vanessa Miller says:

    We have christmas lunch about 1.30 t0 2.00pm

  132. Andrew Halliwell says:

    Not normally, usually have something when I visit family, but that’s rarely at christmas, usually after the new year cos I do a christmas job. :)

    If I won that though I would, or I’d take it up with me and we could share it there.

  133. Christmas Dinner

  134. kayleigh Dawn says:

    Christmas Dinner

  135. Christmas lunch

  136. Jemma Beynon says:

    we have christmas lunch at 2pm and then a little buffet of all the christmas food left at about 6pm

  137. Laura Caraher says:

    Christmas dinner as it gives ne time to recover from eating lots of chocolate:)

  138. Faye Lester says:

    Depends on where I go! This year we are all eating at my parents and there will be 15 of us so may be nearer to dinner depending on how long it takes to cook the food!! lol :-)

  139. Mark Whittaker says:

    it has to be Christmas lunch (even though we call it Christmas dinner)

  140. Maya Russell says:

    It’s Christmas dinner at about 5pm.

  141. We have christmas Dinner as it’s one of the best parts of christmas apart from the presents and seeing peoples faces to hope you got it right.

  142. John Seaman says:

    Christmas dinner :)

  143. Kirsty Woods says:

    Christmas Lunch

  144. Rebecca Boswell says:

    Christmas lunch

  145. David Sweet says:

    Christmas lunch

  146. Lunch, then you have time to fit in all the treats in the afternoon & evening

  147. Have Christmas dinner about 2ish

  148. MELANIE HUNT says:

    lunch at around 1 pm every year !!!

  149. lesley hamilton says:

    Inbetween we have it at 2.30 pm

  150. lunch

  151. Annette Brampton says:

    Lovely prize. Everything you need for Christmas.

  152. Jill Mynard says:

    We have Christmas lunch with all the trimmings about 1.0pm

  153. Emily Fowler says:

    Christmas lunch

  154. We have Christmas Dinner at Lunch Time and then have Christmassy Left overs for tea!

  155. natalie holland says:

    We have Christmas dinner and nibbles throughout the day!

  156. Joseph Watson says:

    Absolutely fantastic prize for all of the family for Christmas

  157. Sarah Debnam says:

    Christmas dinner!! Yum!

  158. RHIAN THORN says:

    We always have a Christmas dinner at lunch time on Christmas day and then have some lovely turkey sandwiches or rolls for tea. Mmm ………lovely!

  159. we have a late lunch which goes on until dinner

  160. stuart wild says:

    dinner

  161. Deborah Munn says:

    Christmas Dinner

  162. STUART HARGREAVES says:

    turkey please

  163. Phil Darling says:

    Christmas Lunch for us (although it is quite late)

  164. Claire Smith says:

    Christmas Lunch

  165. andrea miles says:

    sort of halfway between the two we normally eat at around 3 o’clock

  166. Sarah Fawcett says:

    Christmas lunch served at 3pm after eating selection boxes earlier in the day lol

  167. Maria Turner says:

    Somewhere between the two! We usually eat around 3pm on Xmas Day :)

  168. Anne Cleminson says:

    We usually have lunch between 2pm and 3pm and eat so much that we have no need for dinner!

  169. we have christmas dinner :)

  170. Christmas lunch, better timing for the little ones, then tend to get worn out by teatime

  171. Both – dinner on Christmas Eve with the in-laws and lunch on the day with my family.

  172. ara daniels says:

    eating turkey for dinner . lunch and supper

  173. Val Swift says:

    I don’t know if it would be classed as lunch or dinner – we usually eat at 3!

  174. Victoria James says:

    Christmas dinner at about 2pm. We don’t say lunch. We say dinner and tea.

  175. Anthony Bravender says:

    We have Christmas Dinner for 16 family and friends

  176. Angela Webster says:

    We tend to have a Christmas lunch so we don’t fill ourselves up on goodies and not feel like eating it.

  177. Catherine Owen says:

    We have Christmas dinner at lunch time :)

  178. Karen Whittaker says:

    We always visit grandparents in the morning and then start cooking around 12noon, so usually eat around 4.30 – guess it’s an early dinner!!

  179. karine jade says:

    christmas dinner, but we celebrate on Christmas Eve more.

  180. We have Xmass dinner

  181. Lucy Moore says:

    Late Lunch as we always have a BIG Christmas breakfast!xx

  182. Christmas (late) lunch.

  183. Jill Webb says:

    late lunch 2.30 ish then a few picky bits about 8pm

  184. Shauncey Ferguson says:

    Lunch, but it is a dinner.

  185. Hayley Wakenshaw says:

    It changes from year to year. This year will be Christmas dinner.

  186. Lemknip Pink says:

    We have Christmas dinner, but we have it on Christmas Eve. When my children were younger they were too excited to want to sit down for a meal on Christmas day, and that, combined with the fact that we have lots of drop-in visitors on the day itself led to us deciding to have our Dinner on Christmas Eve for just the four of us, and an ongoing buffet on Christmas Day so people can drop in whenever they want

  187. Christmas Lunch, followed by a leftover feast in the evening and continuing into the next week or so!

  188. Susan Crosswaite says:

    We always have Christmas lunch at around 1 o’clock – we try to not eat breakfast but often end up sampling some of our festive chocolates mid morning!

  189. Susan Greig says:

    oooo – yummy!!!

  190. Janine Bailey says:

    We have a late lunch x

  191. Dinner, so we can have lots of candles and twinkly lights

  192. Nancy Townsend says:

    Christmas lunch but non-traditional – usually a curry.

  193. I usually have at least 3 over the xmas period.

  194. Jenny Rogers says:

    We have Christmas lunch around 2-3pm to allow room for a few choccies in the morning and then other treats later (but we call it dinner).

  195. That’s a really interesting question. We have Christmas dinner. At somewhere between lunch time and dinner time.

  196. Elaine Savage says:

    Christmas dinner?

  197. Christmas Lunch

  198. mandy waller says:

    We have Christmas lunch and spend the rest of the day eating nibbles

  199. Christmas Day is one of the few days that we have ‘Dinner’ at lunch. Usually around 1:30pm

  200. claire nutman says:

    lunch x

  201. Yes, love it.

  202. We have it mid afternoon, around 3ish too. Smells divine all day.

  203. shane weir says:

    Yes we have the full hit

  204. angela weir says:

    dinner

  205. Kelly Koya says:

    christmas dinner, def, but it';s a mid afternoon thing, so really covers lunch and dinner

  206. Fiona Matters says:

    Christmas dinner. However time varies. I think it’s around 3. We have nibbles as breakfast (with Champagne of course) that are always fantastic.

  207. Vicky Cole says:

    Christmas lunch and its the only time we have a big dinner so early but its become a tradition and we all love sitting back after and watching the christmas telly or playing board games

  208. Marie Rose says:

    Dinner as my partner’s family does a massive Christmas breakfast so we’d die if we tried to eat dinner at lunch.

  209. Christmas lunch

  210. Margaret Akel says:

    We have a late Christmas Lunch with all the trimmings

  211. My husband calls it Christmas lunch but I call it dinner! Usually around 2pm ish :)

  212. Amy Ripley says:

    Christmas Lunch! – we have it about 2pm!!!!

  213. It has to be dinner as we have a late breakfast after opening all the presents Santa has left :-)

  214. dinner :)

  215. I have my Christmas Dinner at about 1pm. Later I have my tea!

  216. nicci cowdell-murray says:

    christmas dinner

  217. Jennifer Morley says:

    Christmas dinner!

  218. Andrw Petrie says:

    Christmas lunch

  219. Janey Huddart says:

    Chocolate first thing (of course) .. then the whole Christmassy-shebang at around 2..2.30..3 (it slides y’know) … then whatever we can squeeze in later

    When i was younger .. we used to all go out for a curry on Christmas night (after we’d all eaten the full shebang elsewhere) … It was actually very marvellous!

    J

  220. LORRAINE FLETCHER says:

    We have Christmas Dinner around 4pm Turkey with all the trimmings

  221. Pete Hewitt says:

    Definitely christmas lunch/dinner

  222. brenda heads says:

    We have a meal whenever the kids turn up (all left home now) very laid back and no hassel on Christmas Day.

  223. Always lunch. With all the trimmings.

  224. Richard Sollick says:

    Christmas dinner!

  225. Dinner! By the time I get myself going, it always seems to be 4-5pm before dinner is ready!

  226. Fiona Turner says:

    Christmas lunch but not until about 3pm

  227. would love to win this for my mums xmas lunch. Our family love sitting round the table together enjoying a lovely christmas roast. Later in the evening we have cheese and crackers, and cold meats to feast on.

  228. Lunch, ready for a snooze after!

  229. Emma Jackson says:

    Christmas lunch which usually follows a breakfast of chocolate :D

  230. Veronica Pennycook says:

    Chistmas lunch – at lunch-time.

  231. We have Christmas Dinner as we have a fry up in the morning and Dinner about 3 which means a little buffet of leftovers for supper. The best part about Christmas is the lovely food and the time spent with my wonderful family. Then I do it all again on Boxing Day. No better time than Christmas :o))

  232. Zoe Howarth says:

    Usually about 2-3 pm.

  233. DIANE NELSON says:

    we start at 3.00 and then it just seems to last till bedtime so its both

  234. Karen Walkden says:

    2we usually eat around 3 so its kinda between the 2 !

  235. Christmas lunch, but it tends to be halfway through the afternoon :)

  236. Both – my parents are divorced so we have a dinner with dad on Christmas Day, then a Christmas Lunch with mum on Boxing Day x

  237. Chris Williams says:

    there isnt anything nicer than a lovely traditional christmas dinner which we normally have around 1.30 – 2pm.

  238. It’s my turn to have the relatives over this Christmas.This Hamper would definitely keep the Clan happy.

  239. Julie Feathers says:

    We have Christmas lunch which is usually for around 10 people, they all come to my house

  240. Don’t be a xmas turkey!

  241. Carol Rowley says:

    my favorite food time of the year, yum yum

  242. We have both – dinner at my family and lunch at his

  243. Christopher Mckendrick says:

    Christmas lunch for my family… means we’re all asleep in our chairs by the time The Queen’s Speech is on!

  244. dorothy merrett says:

    Christmas Lunch

  245. Ross Woodier says:

    Lunch!

  246. Irene Wright says:

    Sometimes it’s Christmas dinner and sometimes it is Christmas lunch. Just depends when the kids are coming – they have two sets of people to please who also have to please other people so we just try to fit in with them.

  247. Carrie Brown says:

    Christmas lunch in our house :)

  248. Depends – if we’re with my family it’s Dinner, if we’re with the out-laws it’s Lunch. Think it’s a North / South thing!

  249. Brunch. LOL

  250. We have Christmas Dinner about 4pm.

  251. Christine Caple says:

    Christmas lunch. Too long to wait till dinner!

  252. Andy Thompson says:

    Christmas Dinner

  253. Joanne Sutton says:

    We have our main Christmas meal at lunchtime!

  254. Christmas lunch around 2pm

  255. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    Usually have it about 3 pm. Too stuffed (lol) to have any tea, so end up having supper instead. Good luck to everyone. :) :D x

  256. LUCY IRVING says:

    we normally have it about 3 o clock so its in between lunch and dinner

  257. The pigs in blankets are waiting!

  258. Fiona Mallard says:

    Ours is somewhere in the middle – usually a huge meal about 3pm, then a buffet type meal later for us all to pick at

  259. Christmas Dinner

  260. Somewhere between – a late lunch I would say.

  261. Miriam khamis says:

    Christmas dinner but at lunch time, yum.

  262. We supposedly have Christmas lunch. I say supposedly as lunchtime comes and goes and we don’t usually sit down til about 4pm!

  263. Renee Weldon says:

    Wow I think that would keep me going till easter. Fab prize.

  264. Lunch!

  265. Simon Harris says:

    dinner

  266. Jane Barrett says:

    We have Christmas dinner, usually around 3pm. Then spend the evening nibbling on tasty bits and bobs and sipping wine.

  267. We have Christmas lunch but it’s usually about 2.30pm

  268. Allan Smith says:

    Christmas Dinner

  269. SUSAN BANNISTER says:

    Christmas lunch.

  270. Stephanie Tsang says:

    christmas dinner

  271. Marie McMahon says:

    We have lunch…..1pm to be precise lol

  272. Claire Butler says:

    LUNCH, but might be like 3pm if at Mums as she goes to church and family always turn up at 1pm ish

  273. Megan Bayford says:

    dinner

  274. Ian Futcher says:

    Christmas dinner

  275. Kate O'Neill says:

    Somewhere between the two really. If I’m organised and things go to plan then we have lunch, but if it goes pear shaped (which it invariably does, especially considering the amount of champagne that will have been drunk in the morning) then we have dinner.

  276. Lynda Woolnough says:

    Christmas dinner for us

  277. Christmas Lunch! But we have it at 3ish, so possibly more Christmas Lunner?

  278. Suzanne Harper says:

    Christmas breakfast then dinner around 5pm

  279. Christmas dinner

  280. Christmas Lunch

  281. It depends on whether my Husband is working and what shift he’s on. Sometimes we don’t have a full Christmas Dinner until a few days later because the last thing he wants if he’s got to go to work is to sit down to a blow out meal.

  282. Alfie Davidson says:

    Christmas Dinner for sure

  283. Depends how much I have to drink in the morning and whether I can actually manage to cook anything!

  284. Gayl MacKinnon says:

    I used to have Christmas Dinner-my 1 big pig out day of the year, but for the past 3 years we could no longer afford it.

  285. depending on whether we switch the oven on it could be 2.30 to
    8 o,clock love turkey tho

  286. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Christmas day itself I’m home alone and tend to cook something different for the early evening.

  287. lunch – 2pm

  288. Christmas Dinner :) Yum x

  289. sally smith says:

    we have Christmas dinner!

  290. Pauline Simpson says:

    Smoked salmon & Scrambled egg for breakfast then turkey lunch at 1pm fantastic!!

  291. Sarah Morris says:

    Always Christmas lunch, then in the evening we have cold meats and salads with lots of pickles and relishes.. ooh making myself hungry now.

  292. Mick Tarbatt says:

    Christmas Lunch, everyones asleep by dinner time :)

  293. Romana Richards says:

    Dinner. But at 2pm.

  294. Francesca Light-Wilson says:

    We usually have a ‘posh brunch at about 10am, have a late lunch at about 3pm then have a light buffet style supper at about 9pm.

  295. Victoria Critchley says:

    we normally have Christmas dinner

  296. all day at christmas

  297. Christmas dinner!! I like to take my time making it & pop in & out of the kitchen throughout the day :) x

  298. Julie Picton says:

    Christmas lunch

  299. Most of us hardly eat anything all day!
    Save lots of space for Dinner at 8!

  300. Greig spencer says:

    dinner for us

  301. Amanda Hurst says:

    In our house we have a late breakfast, then start Christmas lunch around 2ish with an aperitif. Then we will spend the next 3/4 hours eating, drinking and opening gifts (Gifts are opened, 1 per hour, from 9am – 9pm)that way christmas last’s all day.

  302. Julie Dore says:

    Christmas lunch

  303. Karen Shuttleworth says:

    Christmas dinner!

  304. Christmas Lunch

  305. Hilda Hazel Wright says:

    We are fairly unconventional. We have cheese and pickle sandwiches and salad at lunch time as normal, and then curry for evening meal! We prefer lighter lunches!

  306. Nicola Marie Reynolds says:

    We have Christmas lunch around 1pm time then gorge on chocolate and other lovely goodies for the rest of the day

  307. Christmas lunch

  308. Jill Mann says:

    Christmas lunch

  309. Something weird in between. Just to keeo all people happy

  310. Val Hartley says:

    We have Christmas dinner but have it a lunch time. Home rule for Yorkshire!

  311. Kerry Dodd says:

    christmas dinner

  312. tamalyn roberts says:

    we have christmas dinner at approx 2pm ish

  313. Jane Davis says:

    Food..all day long!

  314. late lunch (2pm-ish)

  315. CAROL PATRICK says:

    Christmas Lunch definitely – can’t wait until later!

  316. Nia Wyn Roberts says:

    Lunch!

  317. kay adeola says:

    christmas lunch

  318. Dean Parsons says:

    Dinner! After a couple of hours at the pub!

  319. Diane Moston says:

    We have christmas lunch.Served about 1.30pm

  320. Christmad Dinner

  321. Tara Davies says:

    Christmas lunch (whenever it’s ready):)

  322. latish lunch – around 2pm

  323. conrad edwards says:

    Christmas Dinner, finished in time for The Queen

  324. Christmas Lunch

  325. Christmas lunch usually then there is time for a quick nap afterwards!

  326. We normally eat around 3 so a bit of both really!

  327. kim plant says:

    we have it at 2pm so is that lunch or dinner? lol x

  328. eve howitt says:

    Christmas dinner

  329. KENNETH JACKSON says:

    christmas lunch mmmmmm

  330. jenny shannon says:

    OMG!!!! Chicken!!! :))

  331. Cassie- Lee Stewart says:

    Would love to see this sitting on my table on christmas day. yum yum!!

  332. We have a boxing day dinner… its something that my mum did & i’ve carried it on.
    We have a party on christmas day…. party food and games.
    Kids are too excited to want to sit down and eat a roast dinner.

  333. Christmas dinner … at lunch time!

  334. Svetlana Lemantovic says:

    dinner

  335. lunch!

  336. Carolyn Philip says:

    Christmas Lunch

  337. Al MacInnes says:

    Has to be Christmas Dinner – lunch is a light meal

  338. cecelia Allen says:

    Christmas Dinner, as a child of the 50s everyone had their dinner around mid-day and early evening was always tea time, a lunch was something like a late morning snack or a sandwich.

  339. carole denney says:

    As it’s only me and my 2 kids,we have trkey or beef sandwiches and a few savouries

  340. We have lunch at about 2pm, so there isn’t much need of food later in the day, one meal is enough!

  341. kim mayhead says:

    Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings at about 4.00 pm

  342. Sylvia Leaver says:

    We have our Christmas meal about 3 p.m. so not sure if you would call it lunch or dinner.

  343. Haley Redshaw says:

    Wow great hamper, would give it to my mam as she cooks dinner for all the family.

  344. Laura Williams says:

    Christmas Dinner! Even though we have it at lunch time! Lol x

  345. jennifer thorpe says:

    we have christmas lunch at around 1.30.

  346. Nina Motylinski-Davies says:

    Christmas Lunch, so you can have a nice walk afterwards and then fall asleep on the sofa!

  347. Carolynn Woodland says:

    We have our Christmas lunch about 2.30pm

  348. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Lunch

  349. Jay Scales says:

    Lunch for us, but latish – usually after 2pm. Then just picky bits in the evening – no proper meal for dinner :)

  350. Barrie Phillips says:

    I love turkey

  351. Alison john says:

    Lunch

  352. Kate Rampersad says:

    Dinner on Christmas eve and on Christmas day

  353. Karen Barrett says:

    Bang in the middle, we eat at around 3pm

  354. ron morgan says:

    lunch

  355. Lorna Totton says:

    We have our Christmas Lunch.

  356. Kathleen marsden says:

    We always have Christmas Lunch so that I can have the rest of the day relaxing.

  357. Elaine Woolgar says:

    We have a Christmas lunch, followed by a family walk on the beach.

  358. Yes! A traditional Christmas dinner.

  359. Emma Holness says:

    Christmas dinner

  360. we usually have it around 3 so not lunch or dinner really

  361. Lindsey PHILPOT says:

    Christmas afternoon tea ;) about 3pm xx

  362. Gillian Davies says:

    What an amazing hamper, christmas would be sorted.

  363. christmas dinner

  364. Caroline Johnson says:

    Can anything beat a traditional Christmas lunch? A light start to the day with scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, fresh coffee, light brown toast, luck at 2pm with turkey, roast beef, pigs in blankets, roast potatoes, parsnips, sprouts, carrots, two different flavours of stuffing, cocktail sausages and Yorkshire puds, followed by Christmas pudding and brandy butter. Hopefully, enough leftovers for Boxing day cold cuts of cold meats and pickles, cold stuffing, hot cheese and potatoe bake, trifle, mince pies and lots of sleeping!

  365. Lyndsey Beckford says:

    Christmas dinner for us

  366. Christina Massue says:

    Christmas Lunch gotta line the stomach for all the alchol lol x

  367. Christmas lunch here at around 1pm

  368. Jacqui Turner says:

    Christmas Lunch although much prefer Dinner.

  369. Alison Macdonald says:

    Christmas lunch for us is probably the most important meal of the year as it is one time when the whole family comes together. We usually have turkey and gammon. Mmmmmmmmmmm i’m drooling just thinking about it :-) not too long to wait now!!

  370. Patricia Potts says:

    Christmas lunch around 2pm :)

  371. Jacquie Bennett says:

    Christmas Dinner, we eat it in the evening so we don’t feel overly full all day x

  372. Jamielee Norris says:

    This may sound rather confusing however we eat christmas dinner at lunch time although we do call it christmas dinner :-)

  373. Lunch!

  374. Hel Jones says:

    Christmas lunch, just finished in time for the Queens speech.

  375. Nicola Seary says:

    Ours ends up usually being a late lunch-we usually eat between 2 and 3pm.

  376. Amanda Goldston says:

    Christmas Lunch at about 2pm and then turkey sandwiches for tea

  377. Sophie Buckle says:

    We have Christmas ‘Linner’ Its between lunch and dinner LOL

  378. Vicky cockettt says:

    Christmas dinner, best meal of the year xx

  379. Suzanne Cooke says:

    Christmas dinner

  380. Eve Burke says:

    We have a Christmas lunch because we have a buffet later in the evening

  381. Sarah Jauch says:

    I have Christmas dinner :)

  382. Yvonne Brownsea says:

    We have ours around 2pm, so I guess you would call it Christmas lunch (though I call lunch dinner and dinner tea :P so it is actually Christmas dinner to me)

  383. Mickie Bull says:

    Christmas Lunch!

  384. Christmas Dinner but at lunchtime!

  385. Christmas early dinner, about 4pm

  386. Rach James says:

    We have Christmas inbetween! We eat at my parents about 3 or 4pm. Does get a bit confusing for the kids who want to know if they should have eaten before or get to eat again afterwards!

  387. sian hallewell says:

    christmas dinner, lunch wouldn’t be enough!

  388. Frances hopkins says:

    I’m not sure what we have because we normally have it about 3pm

  389. Janice Davison says:

    Christmas lunch

  390. I am from Germany thats why we have a Christmas Dinner on the 24th, but we also have a Christmas lunch on the 25th, couldnt be happier with that ;)

  391. Amanda Oakley says:

    Lunch!

  392. Louise Smith says:

    Christmas Dinner

  393. christmas lunch x

  394. Joanne Mapp says:

    We have Linner – that’s halfway between lunch and dinner!

  395. TRACEY TOLCHARD says:

    christmas lunch…….the only way to go!

  396. Cheryll H says:

    I prefer Christmas lunch – it means we get the big meal and all the fun then we can clean up for a nice relaxed evening :)

  397. Christmas dinner, always at about 3.30 & the only time my mum’s dining room gets used :)

  398. rupert summerton says:

    christmas lunch ,always hungry christmas day

  399. lynn lewer says:

    christmas lunch

  400. shirley hoskins says:

    chritmas lunch always

  401. Kim Drillingcourt says:

    This would really help at xmas, my parents are coming to stay :-)

  402. christmas dinner…cant wait…cooking for family for the first time ever..wish me luck lol ;)

  403. Sheila O'Donoghue says:

    I do a xmas lunch at about 4pm…every one loves all the food at xmas.

  404. we have Christmas dinner around 6ish, so it is earlier than our usual dinner, but not early enough to be called lunch

  405. Jamie Berwick says:

    We have lunch – that way we can sit, bloated and watch the Queen and holiday film.

  406. Christmas lunch, usually starting about 2pm and finishing several hours later.

  407. We have Christmas lunch, normally around 1.00 pm; I like to have the main meal earlier in the day otherwise it feels like I’m cooking/preparing all day

  408. Christmas dinner – a huge meal earlier in the day just sends me to sleep by 2pm!

  409. Christmas Dinner served around 1.30pm

  410. Gill Williams says:

    top prize as i have no money, would be top prize

  411. Cristina McDowall says:

    Lunch

  412. this would be fantastic prize to win but i am not that lucky :(
    good luck everyone else :)

  413. Five course Christmas Dinner at 2pm. Prawn and smoked salmon starter, Turkey & all the trimmings, Christmas Pudding with custard and topped with brandy cream, Cheese/fruit board and finally Cream Irish coffee and mints. I just love Christmas.

  414. Both!

  415. David Powell says:

    Beats queuing at the checkout!

  416. Karen Southwood says:

    Christmas Dinner

  417. Beverley Leek says:

    Fantastic giveaway! Thank you :)

  418. Beverley Leek says:

    A house full as usual, which i wouldnt have it any other way. Fortunately, my Hubby and Sister cooks. I’m on cleaning up duties :)

  419. We have dinner as we live on a farm and have to got out and loo after the animals at lunch time.

  420. June Gaynor says:

    We have Christmas Dinner

  421. Stephanie Boulton says:

    Christmas lunch

  422. Christmas Dinner

  423. Teresa Lee says:

    Christmas lunch, usually quite early around 12:30

  424. John Lynch says:

    normally eat 3ish, so lunch/dinner?

  425. Linda Harding says:

    So lovely great for my family and I

  426. Janice Beal says:

    We tend not to have lunch but to have an early dinner (about 4 or 5ish). It’s never set in stone – just whenever everything is ready!

  427. Christmas Dinner

  428. katrina walsh says:

    We have a our big main xmas meal at lunchtime on xmas day x

  429. Dinner, followed by Dinner#2 later!

    Simon.

  430. We start our Christmas Dinner somewhere between 1 and 2 pm, but it is definitely Dinner!

  431. christmas lunch

  432. Kim Dillon says:

    Christmas dinner at about 4pm

  433. terina davidson says:

    what a wonderful deliciuos gift to win for christmas,makes my tummy rummble with the thought of all those xmas goodies

  434. Mary Riches says:

    What a fantastic prize. Would love to be able to share all this with my Christmas guests

  435. Geri Gibson says:

    Christmas lunch, big age range and little ones can’t wait.

  436. Christmas Dinner

  437. Christine Reid says:

    We eat Christmas dinner around 4pm

  438. Sue Oldham says:

    We always used to have Christmas lunch when the kids were little. iN recent years I have noticed though, and now they are grown up, that it tends to be more like Christmas dinner, ie later in the day, all depending on how hungry we all are of course!

  439. William Gould says:

    We have a Christmas lunch!

  440. Catherine Whittall says:

    definitely Christmas Dinner

  441. Christmas dinner at lunchtime!

  442. joy dehany says:

    I think we mostly call it lunch…sometimes dinner …Not really thought about it before xx

  443. Tracey Starey says:

    we have xmas lunch, I guess it’s always been that way in our family and I hadn’t even thought of doing it as dinner!

  444. Christine Northrop says:

    we have Xmas dinner around 6pm

  445. Clare cherrington says:

    Christmas dinner at 2ish!

  446. yep its a dinner in my house too!x

  447. Dinner at about 2 pm normally

  448. We always have a late lunch.

  449. Sally Lea says:

    Christmas dinner

  450. Rainie Bish says:

    We have cooked breakfast and then lunch tends to be around 3pm

  451. maxime goodwin says:

    Aprox 3.00pm so inbetween :) oooh love a christmas dinner would love to win this i would take it to my sisters as she is hosting this year!!

  452. Hollie Posthill says:

    Christmas Lunch!

  453. Geraldine O'Gorman says:

    Dinner! I’m Irish and a big meal is always ‘dinner’! God I would love this for my Christmas dinner. Fingers crossed and thanks for the chance xxx

  454. DANIELLE VEDMORE says:

    Usually its in between – about 3pm. Then munch on chocolates and other goodies for the rest of the day then turkey sandwiches for supper about 7!

  455. Lucy Dorrington says:

    We cook it for when everyone wants it!

  456. susan younger says:

    We always call it Christmas dinner and tend to eat it at about 2pm

  457. julie thomas says:

    For us it is Christmas lunch, this is perfect because we can then relax during the afternoon and evening

  458. Susan Ocock says:

    Christmas lunch

  459. lunch at 3pm

  460. Christmas Lunch that lasts until dinner time!

  461. elaine stokes says:

    we have christmas dinner, there will be 16 of us this year and two puppies so it may turn into christmas supper!!!!!!

  462. Colette Burgess says:

    We have Christmas dinner at about 2pm and then tea at about 7ish which would be turkey sandwiches, pork pie, mince pies etc etc

  463. Darius Dragasius says:

    Christmas dinner

  464. Laura Chapman says:

    We have a later Christmas lunch, usually around 2-3pm. Yum!

  465. Eleanor Beavan says:

    Definitely Christmas dinner, usually about 4 and then the rest of the day is spent picking !

  466. David Paterson says:

    Christmas Lunch

  467. lunch

  468. Richard Gallagher says:

    We have Christmas lunch at 1pm – delicious!!

  469. susan swain says:

    Christmas lunch……but it often lasts until dinner time :)

  470. Stephanie Clough says:

    Christmas Lunch

  471. Cherish Curl says:

    Christmas lunch at about 1PM…but we call it dinner

  472. Lisa Pope says:

    We usually have a Christmas Lunch & then a Turkey sandwich supper

  473. adele knight says:

    Dinner!

  474. Gerald Ludlow says:

    christmas dinner

  475. olivia kirby says:

    we call it christmas dinner, have it around 3pm at my parents.

  476. Christmas dinner :)

  477. Claire Higgins says:

    We have Christmas dinner at lunch time and cold meats buffet style for tea…

  478. Steven Appleton says:

    We have Christmas Dinner oop north, usually at teatime ;O)

  479. Paul Ellams says:

    Christmas Dinner around 2

  480. Mary Riches says:

    This would be a great way to celebrate Christmas

  481. we always have Christmas Dinner around 4pm

  482. wendy burman says:

    christmas dinner

  483. Marina Frow says:

    christmas dinner – takes so long to cook everything!

  484. Leanne Timmins says:

    In between!

  485. Michaela Williams says:

    As I come from Czech Republic we always have traditional Czech Christmas dinner on 24th Dec, which is chicken and turkey escalope’s with potato salad ( which is really nice, nothing like the one you buy in shops in UK, we put in hours bit of mustard, gherkin, petit pois etc.)
    Then on 25th Dec my husband cooks traditional British dinner for about 4PM :-)
    We get best of both and our Christmas feast last two days :-)

  486. Janice Mackin says:

    Christmas dinner.

  487. We have Christmas dinner x

  488. definately christmas lunch, then that stuffed feeling for the rest of the day…………

  489. Sarah Phillips says:

    I have a late Christmas lunch at about 2pm, then open the presents afterwards!

  490. Katie Taylor says:

    Christmas Dinner!

  491. tonya duprey says:

    christmas lunch

  492. Susan Seaman says:

    xmas lunch, wont be having xmas till boxing day this yr as partner has to work xmas day;-((

  493. we have Christmas dinner

  494. rosemary sheehan says:

    It be Christmas brunch as I get back from work at 2.30 pm

  495. Emma J Lowe says:

    it can be dinner or lunch, depends on when its all cooked to when we eat it.

  496. Joanna Orr says:

    We have a late Christmas Lunch as some of the older members tend to go early and then we have friends round!

  497. Helen Jackson says:

    Great Competition

  498. Tony Hone says:

    Has to be Christmas lunch !

  499. Christmas Dinner, about 4ish if I remember to put the oven on.Last year was a bit later..Whoops!!

  500. FARIDAH BROOKER says:

    Depends who’s making it. I prefer lunch so theres time to snack later on!

  501. Dinner

  502. Christmas Dinner!

  503. kay finlay says:

    We have our meal when it is most convenient for visitors arriving/departing!

  504. John Tooth says:

    fab prize drooling like homer simpson looking at it!

  505. It’s always called Christmas dinner – sometime in the afternoon and before it gets dark. I’ve threatened to do a buffet one year instead.

  506. Tracey Peach says:

    We have a Christmas Dinner at Lunch time!

  507. tina santilli says:

    lunch with leftovers for dinner so both!!

  508. Mrs C Corrin says:

    Would love to win this – Christmas Lunch Sorted :-)

  509. Trish Ormerod says:

    Every year we aim to have Cristmas lunch but it usually end up nearer dinner time!

  510. Renate Kriegler Edwards says:

    LUNCH! Usually kind of rolls out of brekkie and into dinner – all day feasting :-)

  511. Anne Thompson says:

    Lunch every time and snacks later so everybody enjoys the day.

  512. We have an inbetween, usually around three and that does for dinner as well as lunch.

  513. Vicky Limerick says:

    we have sandwiches in the morning and dinner about 3pm ish so its abit inbetween

  514. simon sims says:

    Christmas Turkey – never get bored with it and it is so versatle served hot and as cold cuts.

  515. Paul Wilson says:

    Lunch

  516. Jayne Wilson says:

    We have Christmas lunch, then party nibbles later on

  517. Dinner

  518. Lucy Robinson says:

    Christmas lunch, hopefully. First time I am cooking this year.

  519. Fiona Minter says:

    Christmas lunch of course….fab prize

  520. Alison Joyce says:

    Christmas lunch

  521. Christmas lunch still

  522. Samantha Trimby says:

    Xmas lunch!

  523. Lyn Bosomworth says:

    we have christmas lucnh at 3pm xx

  524. kady newell says:

    christmas dinner :)

  525. maureen findley says:

    christmas lunch for sure

  526. Karen Painter says:

    Christmas Dinner here!

  527. Adele Hill says:

    We have Christmas dinner at lunch time and then will go out in the evening to see the rest of the family.

  528. We have Christmas lunch, followed by a buffet at night!

  529. Laura Harris says:

    Wow! Amazing prize!

  530. pamela savage says:

    Christmas Dinner

  531. We have Christmas lunch as our little ones wouldn’t be able to wait!

  532. We always call it Christmas Dinner and have it around 4pm ish

  533. I have about 5 pints for Christmas Lunch and then Turkey for Christmas Dinner.

  534. John Mills says:

    Christmas Lunch but we call it dinner!

  535. Cheryl Edwards says:

    we have lunch and then a high tea

  536. Toni Arnott says:

    Christmas lunch

  537. dinner

  538. Janet Dixon says:

    Fantastic prize – that would be Christmas wrapped up in one go !

  539. Christmas Dinner

  540. Really looking forward to some Christmas over indulgence. We have a Christmas lunch and then some cold meats for an evening meal.

  541. Louise Comb says:

    We do the traditional Christmas lunch. We try to have it early, so that we have room later for tea time treat too. However, usually what happens is that we lay out a huge spread for tea, nibble on a prawn or two and then shove the whole lot into the fridge for leftovers over the next few days :)

  542. sarah hines says:

    We have a late christmas lunch yum yum x

  543. PAULA BURNSIDE says:

    Dinner – I am not organised enough to have everything ready for Lunch.

  544. Jill Webb says:

    Lunch for us about 2pm

  545. Gary Topley says:

    I have a Christmas Lunch then a buffet at dinner time, sometimes though it is the other way round.

  546. we have xmas dinner around 2pm , we have a large brekkie in the morning and normallyy dont eat after xmas dinner

  547. Sheila Reeves says:

    We have our Christmas dinner at lunchtime-ish ;))

  548. Laura Pritchard says:

    Christmas lunch – but quite late at 2.00ish!

  549. Christmas Dinner….. at lunchtime!

  550. John Coughlin says:

    We have our Christmas meal at 3 o’clock so a late lunch

  551. Tony Barter says:

    Almost makes me wish I liked Christmas. Eat as it get dark so what’s that? late lunch or early dinner?

  552. lunch for us

  553. Dinner

  554. We have a late lunch on Christmas Day and the same again at the in-laws usually on Boxing Day too !!

  555. Christmas dinner :)

  556. Definitely Lunch gives us time to chill out and watch bad TV and each chocolates by the evening

  557. Victoria Leedham says:

    we have it about 3pm

  558. emma kinsey says:

    christmas dinner

  559. Tracy Messenger says:

    We have Christmas lunch, as we are up so early due to the children being so excited,

  560. Laura Cooper says:

    Well we call it Christmas dinner, but its at lunchtime! :)

  561. Hayley Williams says:

    We have Christmas dinner around 3pm then stuff our faces with whatever we like for the rest of the day. Mum normally buys a Wiltshire ham joint for sandwiches in the evening. mmmm hurry up Christmas!

  562. Christmas lunch

  563. Lynn Tibby says:

    Lunch!! Well…late lunch!

  564. Catherine Sage says:

    I used to have Christmas Lunch but now it seems to be whenever it’s ready, usually around dinner time though, we have fresh bacon rolls for breakfast so it isn’t too bad, and Leftover sandwiches for tea, unless we are stuffed out on the chocolates and wine.

  565. Phil Reeves says:

    Christmas lunch nom nom nom Turkey

  566. Emma Hicks says:

    Dinner at about 3 and then snacky nibbles if there’s any room later.

  567. Mia Fergusson says:

    Christmas dinner :)

  568. Sherry Poppy Owen says:

    We normally have a fry up Christmas morning, with our proper Christmas dinner ready about 3pm. Usually we are soooo full we end up having supper about 10pm!

  569. Angela M - Garden Tea Cakes and Me says:

    Usually eat between 2-3pm

  570. lorraine rogers says:

    As money is very tight this year being a single mum and putting my daughter through college this would be a very grateful and appreciative christmas present for me

  571. Mary Riches says:

    This wuld be great to win

  572. Jeremy Andrews says:

    Lunch – and make sure that everyone has finished eating before the Queen.

  573. Karen de Ronde says:

    Christmas Dinner for me, although we eat around 4pm

  574. wow great prize – only have dinner in evening

  575. Andrea Jefferson says:

    PIG OUT with christmas lunch around 2 pm and that’s me done for the day

  576. MARK HOPKINS says:

    Christmas Lunch. Always delicious.

  577. Anne Nash says:

    Christmas dinner at 3pm then turkey and pickled onions sandwiches and other snacks later

  578. kristy brown says:

    We kind of have both as we sit down around 1430-1500hrs……negating lunch and been too stuffed for dinner!

  579. clare doherty says:

    It’s got to be Christmas Lunch for me.

  580. Caroline James says:

    Christmas Dinner!

  581. it’s got to be lunch!

  582. Peter Newham says:

    We have christmas dinner

  583. Christmas Lunch – about 2pm or so

  584. Late lunch

  585. Maisie Linford says:

    Christmas Dinner

  586. PAUL GARNER says:

    We have christmas dinner at lunchtime with all the trimmings !

  587. Jen Schofield says:

    Christmas lunch – always at 1pm!

  588. SHEILS GLASS says:

    Big family coming over – This would be fabulous for a struggling pensioner like me to win!

  589. Lisa James says:

    Wow what a prize.
    Def Christmas lunch. Would have a feast on this.

  590. I have what my family called ‘lupper’ – too late to be lunch but too early to be supper!

  591. Fiona Matters says:

    Christmas dinner.

  592. pamela hamby says:

    We have christmas dinner in our house lots and lots of different foods that we wouldn’t normally eat – but what the hell it’s Christmas :):)

  593. Christmas dinner about 3pm :) Think dinner is a northern thing

  594. Rob Clayton says:

    Erm Christmas dinner but at lunch time, in yorkshire we call lunch dinner, lol

  595. We have dinner.

  596. Joelle Gilbert says:

    We spread out our food. The starter is usually a soup and is eaten at lunch time, the main course is dinner. Pudding is supper. it allows our stomachs time to rest before the next round.

    The hamper would be excellent Christmas treat for our large family.

  597. Victoria b says:

    Christmas lunch! Cant wait til teatime for my turkey and sprouts! Would be criminal!

  598. Karen McNulty says:

    What a fantastic giveaway just in time for Christmas

  599. natalie white says:

    we have Christmas dinner around 3pm

  600. Christmas Lunch, though erring on the side of a late lunch.

  601. Nicola Dudson says:

    We have Christmas Lunch at about 2pm, then a cold plate with the left over turkey at night

  602. Ashley Alden says:

    Christmas dinner at lunch time.

  603. Christina Michael says:

    Dinner although we usually have it mid afternoon

  604. Beki Lacy says:

    Lunch but call it dinner!

  605. Sally Peevor says:

    We tend to have a dinch – return from the pub and enjoy our Christmas meal!

  606. More like high tea by the time everything’s cooked.

  607. Christmas dinner, it’s more like mid afternoon though lol. Yummy.

  608. Lindy Hine says:

    Christmas Lunch – so that leaves plenty of stuff to pick at later on in the day!

  609. Diane Carey says:

    Christmas dinner around 2pm, so I don’t have to rush or get stressed

  610. carol phile says:

    we have Christmas lunch as my brother likes to go home before it gets dark (he walks four miles across countryside to get here)

  611. Eleanor Wigmore says:

    We have Christmas dinner in the evening. It means you don’t getthe afternoon slump and also you don’t need to get up at 5am!

  612. Julie brooke says:

    That would be most of the family sorted for Christmas. Now just need to find something for vegetarian son!!

  613. Lisa Charman says:

    Christmas day starts with a Bucks fizz and my partner makes me breakfast in bed as I have a busy day ahead preparing the lunch which we eat around 2pm, depending on how many Bucks Fizz’s I’ve had!

  614. Ros Henderson says:

    Dinner at home – lunch with parents!

  615. love to win to give the present to my lovely mother in law who is a special person to me

  616. samantha devine says:

    We have two Christmas dinners with each set of inlaws to keep everything sweet. One at about 2pm and one at about 6pm, we are then unable to move for the rest of the evening. Good job we like our food.

  617. Donna Turbitt says:

    What a great prize! Fingers crossed!

  618. Lisa Fearn says:

    Best meal of the year

  619. Rachael Donovan says:

    christmas lunch then the leftovers with buffet for dinner!

  620. Alison Turner says:

    Christmas Lunch/dinner served in between 2-3 :)

  621. Helen Moulden says:

    We have Christmas turkey for lunch, so we have room for turkey sarnies in the evening! Am feeling festive already!

  622. Yvonne Crook says:

    Christmas Dinner, because my OH is normally working Christmas Day morning

  623. donna large says:

    great prize have our christmas lunch around 2pm

  624. Christmas dinner, then leftovers in sandwiches in evening

  625. Anne Roberts says:

    Normally plan to eat at abour 3.00pm but there is so many of us – usually about 16 that dinner often doesn’t get served till about 4.00pm

  626. steve holman says:

    christmas dinner :)

  627. abi rolfe says:

    christmas lunch with a leftovers buffet for dinner!

  628. Paula Phillips says:

    We have Christmas lunch.

  629. sandra geddes says:

    christmas dinner

  630. Ruth Tesdale says:

    Dinner about 6

  631. Sarah Davies Hull says:

    Really looking forward to xmas dinner this year – best meal ever!

  632. karen pates says:

    Hard one we have ours at 3pm so not lunch or dinner more like lunner…

  633. Kimberley Robinson says:

    Christmas Dinner !

  634. Samantha Atherton says:

    We have Christmas Lunch.

  635. We have our Christmas dinner about 3pm-ish

  636. Shona Jones says:

    Dinner, might be a northern thing.

  637. Sarah Davies says:

    We have a brunch of egg and bacon and then have Christmas Dinner

  638. Holly Boyd says:

    We have Christmas lunch/dinner it generally happens around 4pm

  639. Kerry Kilmister says:

    Christmas Dinner in our house

  640. A late lunch, around 2pm

  641. marie splarn says:

    it could be lunch or dinner depending how the cooking goes and how much festive cheer is consumed!!!

  642. Kenneth Nash says:

    Dinner at 3pm and watch the Queens speech

  643. Christmas lunch around 1pm

  644. We have Christmas lunch, followed by TV and a nap, then leftover buffet in the evening!

  645. ceri tindale says:

    Christmas lunch!!

  646. Jesse Partington says:

    What a great seasonal prize! Thank you very much.

  647. Jesse Partington says:

    We call it Christmas Dinner, but we have it at lunch time, or, more precisely, when the turkey is cooked.

  648. Suzanne Heath says:

    We have a late Christmas lunch and it usually takes all afternoon!

  649. Jenny Barker says:

    Dinner for me :0)xx

  650. I suppose you could call it Christmas Dinner we eat about 3 ish

  651. David Price says:

    Early lunch!

  652. Nicola Tayler says:

    Christmas Mid Afternoon Dinner

  653. Angie Hoggett says:

    We have christmas dinner, we always eat our main meal late on so we don’t venture too far off the normal time

  654. Kerry Pope says:

    We call it Sunday Dinner but we actually eat at 1pm, our evening meal is a buffet with a variety of cooked meats and lots of yummy treats.

  655. Moira Saunders says:

    Christmas lunch – because we don’t open the presents until afterwards!

  656. Darryl Hilton says:

    We have Christmas Dinner (ie at around mid day) as opposed to Christmas tea (which would be in the evening if you’re northern)

  657. Natalie White says:

    We have sort of a mix between the two! We eat at about 3pm but it’s technically lunch, then we pick at sweets and leftovers in the evening! I can’t wait :)

  658. Sharon McGuinness says:

    We have soup around lunchtime, then have turkey about 3ish and have a rest then have a dessert around 4-5pm. So I don’t know what you would really call it. I know the kids wouldn’t be able to eat it all at once. Maybe I could invent a name. How about lunchdin!!

  659. tony houghton says:

    christmas dinner

  660. alison wilkie says:

    special dinner for christmas around 1pm

  661. Nicola White says:

    Christmas Lunch xx

  662. Julie Hogg says:

    Christmas Lunch usually followed by round two of Christmas Dinner x

  663. Christmas dinner

  664. Meryl Rees says:

    We have Christmas dinner at lunchtime!! The later meal is called tea.

  665. Vicky-Louise Robinson says:

    Christmas lunch :-)

  666. Jayne BOJANG says:

    Christmas lunch in the afternoon

  667. Trudi Walsh says:

    We have Christmas dinner, although I reckon I could manage both! LOL

  668. Sheri Darby says:

    We have both!!! – But the big roast is Christmas dinner

  669. Nancy Bradford says:

    Christmas lunch but we still call it Christmas dinner :)

  670. irene gilmour says:

    we have a big family Christmas dinner

  671. carly carpenter says:

    late lunch at about 4pm but to be fair there is a constant low level grazing going on all day ;0)

  672. Best thing about Christmas Turkey, sprouts and roast spuds

  673. Lucy J Morgan says:

    Christmas dinner at noon :)

  674. helen rosbotham says:

    Christmas Lunch

  675. Anna Aird says:

    Lunch – I like to get the work out of the way!

  676. we have christmas lunch, followed by board games

  677. EMMA WALTERS says:

    LUNCH

  678. Anne-Marie Brookes says:

    I just eat non stop all day long.

  679. Amanda Richardson says:

    Christmas Dinner, then there’s no need to get up too early to cook the turkey!!

  680. ruth hunter says:

    dinner, but up north that means at lunchtime

  681. Sarah Ballantyne says:

    Christmas dinner – we can’t pin the kids down any earlier!

  682. Annette Walker says:

    Christmas lunch then cold meat and salad for dinner.

  683. Christmas lunch with all the trimmings!

  684. Christmas Dinner – always eat in the evening so it would seem strange to have such a big meal earlier in the day. Do have to be finished though before the Dt Who Christmas Special!

  685. Steve Dickinson says:

    Dinner

  686. sairz eastham says:

    In between, we tend to eat around 2.30/3pm

  687. Kerry Webber says:

    Christmas lunch

  688. ceril Roberts says:

    We havea late lunch – usually around 2:30pm

  689. Isabel Plant says:

    It usually ends up being mid-afternoon lunch, and then just pick for the rest of the day!

  690. Nick Wells-Gaston says:

    Christmas Lunch plus all the trimmings!!

  691. Dave Edwards says:

    Christmas dinner.

  692. SUSAN L HALL says:

    We have Dinner …usually after Dr Who !

  693. Christian Haigh says:

    Christmas Lunch roughly around 2pm.

  694. Aimee Thomas says:

    christmas dinner :)

  695. Dinner all the way

  696. We have Christmas lunch about 1pm with all the family and a lovely nap in the afternoon!

  697. Alison Bruce says:

    Christmas lunch with all the trimmings and then turkey sandwiches for supper

  698. Lesley Wright says:

    I love christmas dinner with my daughter, son in law and grandchildren, me and my husband cook it ready for 4pm which gives the kids time to play with their toys before they come to our house to eat

  699. Tracy Gladman says:

    Late lunch

  700. sand henderson says:

    We call it Christmas Dinner and we have it at 3pm

  701. Sarah Cooper says:

    christmas lunch!

  702. Kay MacKenzie says:

    We have a late lunch about 2ish.

  703. Hayley Todd says:

    We have a Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings around 5pm in the afternoon x

  704. Helen Stratton says:

    We have Christmas lunch around 2pm and then a tea in the evening with a cheese board and nibbles.

  705. lorraine polley says:

    christmas dinner

  706. We have a Christmas Dinner at around 5 to 6pm

  707. Deborah Henderson says:

    this would make my christmas dinner a one to remember :)

  708. Tricia Cowell says:

    We tend to have Christmas Dinner around 6pm, I love Christmas :D

  709. we normally have xmas lunch, in a style of a buffet, but having this would be amazing, and im sure i would have a xmas dinner!!!! Also would love to review on my blog! x

  710. Eleanor powell says:

    lunch!

  711. Gillian Benham says:

    Christmas dinner with all the Family, best day of the year with yummy food :)

  712. Deanne Harrison says:

    wow this would be brilliant for our big xmas dinner we have with 16 people fingers crossed xx

  713. diana shepherd says:

    Dinner

  714. Kate Edwards says:

    We eat our christmas dinner at 5pm as we have lots of family visit during the day. My husband and i then sit down with our 4 children and enjoy our dinner in peace, also we are ready to eat it then! My children dont have an appetite for a big dinner at midday :-)

  715. Irene Hunter says:

    We have a ‘lie in’ then bruch and Christmas Dinner around 5pm!

  716. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Christmas dinner, it takes too long to cook to have it at lunchtime, especially when there’s presents to open!

  717. Christmas dinner

  718. Saran Benjamin says:

    We have Christmas Dinner at Lunch and then sandwiches and pickles for dinner

  719. Jill Maylin says:

    Super prize

  720. elizabeth barker says:

    lunch.

  721. Josie Ferrie says:

    Christmas lunch – but not until about 2 or 3pm

  722. We have a cooked breakfast to set us up for the day of visiting family and exchanging gifts. We usually eat around 4pm which gives us time to clear away and spend time as a family. I would call it early evening dinner!

  723. Brenda Davies says:

    Christmas Dinner – going to be really late this year as have to wait for my daughter, who’s a nurse, to finish her shift on Christmas Day. Will be at about 7.30 this year

  724. Mrs JENNY MILLER says:

    CHRISTMAS DINNER about 3pm.

  725. Scrambled egg or toasted dairylea rolls for breakfast then main meal at around 4pm so an early dinner.

  726. Anne Eames says:

    A late Christmas lunch

  727. Christmas lunch!

  728. Tina Saunders says:

    lunch

  729. Samantha Eyles says:

    Late lunch / Early dinner

  730. Christmas dinner! Too busy opening prezzies for lunch!

  731. Christmas dinner (Lunch is chocolate! :D)

  732. Claire Tromans says:

    Christmas dinner, with 3 kids there’s no way i’d have food ready for lunchtime!

  733. Laura dugdale says:

    i never cook christmas dinner, my borfriend is a chef so whenever its ready :)

  734. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    We have a big Christmas fry-up so we have to have a Christmas dinner

  735. We normally sit down to eat after the Queen’s speech ( Dont know why just always have ) which would be about 3.30 ish so I spose that would make it dinner

  736. Dawn McBean says:

    Perfect for Christmas day, we eat about 1pm

  737. lesley doodnath says:

    christmas dinner :)

  738. wendy stanger says:

    Dinner

  739. Varies – both has been known (1 at each set of parents).

  740. jonsie2000 says:

    We have both

  741. maria molly taylor says:

    dinner, nd i’m starving by the time i eat

  742. Rod Curtis says:

    Dinner in this house.

  743. Clare walshe says:

    Ooooh would love to win this, it’s will be my little boys first proper Christmas Dinner, and it would be lovely to have a really great one with a prize like this!

  744. Christmas lunch!

  745. Linda Smart says:

    We always have Christmas dinner – it allows everyone to gather and open presents – and stops people sleeping through the afternoon after they have eaten too much turkey!

  746. Christmas Dinner

  747. Dinner. I’m not a morning person so I can’t get going early enough!

  748. Rita Mistry says:

    Christmas Lunch so we can relax and watch tv after.

  749. Christmas Dinner straight after the Queen then Prezzies then cold meat/pickles cheese board in the evening – Love our traditions :)

  750. Claire Bluck says:

    Christmas Dinner 0

  751. Christmas dinner without a doubt – Or should i say feast!

  752. Margarita Lygizou says:

    Christmas dinner for all the family and friends around 19:00 ish! :)

  753. christmas dinner

  754. roley martin says:

    Christmas Dinner!! Munch Munch

  755. Lynne McEvoy says:

    Christmas Dinner

  756. lorraine rogers says:

    christmas lunch

  757. anthony martin says:

    Christmas Dinner (around 3ish) then an afternoon/evening of trying to sleep it off and digest it all with the trousers undone x

  758. nikki cook says:

    christmas dinner

  759. Christmas dinner as I will be full at lunchtime due to eating so much chocolate :D

  760. Alex Sharples says:

    We have late lunch! then feel fat for the rest of the day :)

  761. Lunch this year as there is only a few of us eating But if all the family turn up then it would be dinner. as we would need more time to prepare

  762. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Christmas Dinner

  763. Christmas Lunch :)

  764. It depends on where we spend Christmas day really. I remember my Grandad being a stickler for lunch being ready by a certain time!

  765. Charismatic Lunch mostly although it usually takes the MIL so long to actually sit down so that we can eat when she’s preparing it it can often be getting on for dinner time :)

  766. We normally aim for lunch but by the time the MIL actually sits down so we can eat its getting on for dinner/tea time and its normally left overs of anyone is hungry later. I sometimes think I enjoy the leftovers more than the dinner :)

  767. Lunch

  768. Helen Grayson says:

    Christmas Dinner (at 12 – 1) and then Christmas Tea (6 – like sandwiches and stuff) :)
    xx

  769. Jackie ONeill says:

    starts off as Christmas Lunch but usually ends up as dinner!

  770. Janet Bagnall says:

    I call it dinner but it happens around 2pm, can’t wait!!!

  771. Stewart Johnston says:

    Christmas dinner

  772. sarah tulley says:

    We have christmas dinner :-D I can’t wait xx

  773. always christmas dinner

  774. Louise Paul says:

    We have a huge christmas lunch then in the evening loads of yummy cheeses, crackers, and nibbles and of course left over turkey!

  775. Gillian Holmes says:

    christmas lunch

  776. Kirstie Vaughan says:

    We call it Christmas dinner but we have it about 2/3 pm :)

  777. Gabrielle Svensson says:

    Christmas lunch, but a bit later than usual.

  778. Christmas Dinner!

  779. Andrew Ellams says:

    We havbe christmas lunch

  780. We aim to eat around lunch time, but things don’t alway go to plan :-)

  781. Lunch, lol dinner is much later

  782. jimmy paton says:

    We have Lunchdins in our house as probably have it about 3.30 – 4pm and can last till supper just take it slow and relax xx

  783. That’s easy – Christmas dinner!!

  784. Carol Peace says:

    We have christmas dinner. My daughter makes it now (I used to) and the whole family get together.It would be great to give her this to help out.

  785. Christmas dinner at about 6pm

  786. Sally Carter says:

    We have Christmas dinner at about 6.30pm

  787. ooh can’t wait hungry already!

  788. Mark Johnson says:

    great prize!

  789. Sarah Brown says:

    Yum, Christmas lunch :) this looks amazing

  790. Katy C Johnston says:

    What an amazing prize, it all sounds so wonderful and would be a weight off my mind, not having to buy all the Christmas meat!

  791. Nicole-Melainie Squires says:

    Mmmmmm Christmas Dinner :)

  792. Mrs S W Lee says:

    Christmas lunch, can’t wait any longer!

  793. Alex Macdonald says:

    Christmas Lunch!

  794. Christmas Late Lunch …after fun and games first :-)

  795. yvonne clark says:

    We always have christmas dinner, I am never organized enough to have it any earlier

  796. Sandra Clarke says:

    Christmas lunch

  797. Kim Winter says:

    We have a late Christmas lunch around 2pm or 2.30 and then later in the evening we have a buffet style smaller dinner :)

  798. Darren Collins says:

    Christmas Lunch

  799. vanessa powers says:

    Winning this would be the answer to most of the Christmas Food. Prices have gone up so much lately!

  800. Ruth Wollerton says:

    Would love to win – (F)armers choice how (A)ppealing, (R)avenous (M)ouths will (E)njoy (R)avishing,
    (S)ucclent meat.
    The only (C)hoice for (H)aving an (O)utstanding (C)hristmas that all will (E)njoy

  801. jennie jackson says:

    Christmas dinner

  802. carol norman says:

    we have christmas dinner

  803. Christmas lunch but I would much prefer Christmas dinner, still haven’t got it right with the family though

  804. Crystal Mse says:

    Christmas Dinner !

  805. Suzie Lynette says:

    Yummy Yummy Yummy for my Tummy Tummy Tummy

  806. DENISE WILDEN says:

    Christmas lunch with all the family

  807. Christmas lunch – always aim for 1 but it’s usually 2 and then we have Christmas cake at 7.30 p.m.

  808. We have it at around 3pm so somewhere in between lunch and dinner. I’ve always thought of it as lunch though.

  809. Fantastic prize. Thanks for the chance to win.

  810. Daisybeebee says:

    Christmas lunch.

  811. Caroline Scott says:

    we eat around 4pm so is that an early dinner or a late lunch?

  812. Rebecca Townsend says:

    Christmas Lunch

  813. Michelle Sykes says:

    Christmas dinner

  814. claire matthews-curtis says:

    Would love to win this, would save me some money so i could buy my girls more prezzies :) Love our christmas dinner with our whole family

  815. Valerie Myburgh says:

    lovely prize!!!

  816. kelvin harris says:

    Light lunch/brunch and a Fantastic Dinner meal….still leaving lots for those late sandwich snacks!!

  817. Gill Colling says:

    Dinner ..we usually have it in the evening as it suits us better.

  818. Hayley Payton says:

    im inbetween about 3 oclock so dont know xmas dinner x

  819. Nikki Hayes says:

    It depends, my husband suffers from a serious digestive disorder and its just the two of us so we basically eat our Christmas meal when he feels able to ;o)

  820. donna tunney says:

    Xmas lunch and then turkey sandwiches in the evening

  821. I love Christmas Dinner. It’s an opportunity to relax and have fun wit friends and family. A tradition of ours is always to oe presents after dinner as Santa brought us enough gifts in the morning to keep us busy!!

    Now we just have a glass of bubbly play games and chat and have a laugh as we prepare for the Christmas dinner and the opening of the presents later!!

  822. Iona Cornish says:

    Christmas lunch so we can collapse in a heap afterwards

  823. elliot newman says:

    Bring on the bird !

  824. JANE DALE-BEAUMONT says:

    What a fabulous prize, free range the best.

  825. Steve Dickinson says:

    Christmas dinner

  826. rebecca austerberry says:

    I have it about 3pm so its a bit in between!!

  827. Christmas to your door no queuing fab!!!

  828. John Banks says:

    Christmas Lunch but normally starting about 3pm !

  829. Do you know what, I’m not sure.. I think we have it as dinner. My dad is out in the morning (goes to the hospital with church band to play to them), then we have bacon for lunch (i think..) and then have an earlyish dinner.. Say half 4? hm.

  830. Sue Matejtschuk says:

    Definitely Dinner!

  831. Dani hilton says:

    Yummy lunch

  832. DINNER

  833. L. Gabriel says:

    Great prize, fingers crossed :)

  834. Hayley Bolt says:

    We call it xmas dinner but we have it about 2ish

  835. catherine plant says:

    we call it christmas dinner but have it when its ready

  836. Peta Cutts says:

    would reallylove to win, that would be christmas sorted

  837. Josie Mellor says:

    It’s Christmas dinner at our house. Not enough time to cook everything by lunchtime.

  838. Amanda Reynolds says:

    It should help get me organised – I always plan for the family to eat at 2pm, and it always ends up being about 5pm!

  839. Michael Saunders says:

    Lunch about 2, then leftovers later

  840. Lunch

  841. FIONA USHER says:

    WOW! I would love to win! This would be great to cook, i have never had a Fresh Turkey. We say every year “We’re going to have a fresh Turkey this year” but always leave it too late. Fingers Crossed and Merry Xmas

  842. I normally have nutroast and all the trimmins. My family have turkey!

  843. To answer the actual question – sort of inbetween lunchtime and dinnertime.

  844. Liz Marriott says:

    Christmas dinner – then I can look forward to it all day

  845. maureen quinnell says:

    tasty

  846. Matt Hudson says:

    Christmas dinner at about 3pm!

  847. lorraine dunne says:

    Usually around 1pm so we can have some snacks later on

  848. laura banks says:

    christmas lunch

  849. Deborah Wheeler says:

    We have Christmas lunch/dinner at about 4pm so it’s a late lunch and an early dinner

  850. Christmas Dinner!

  851. Christmas lunch, but it’s normally closer to mid afternoon.

  852. One of the best prizes i have seen on the www.

  853. Christmas lunch at 1pm then we open our presents after lunch.

  854. Michaela Hinds says:

    Christmas dinner. Great prize!

  855. michelle dootson says:

    christmas dinner

  856. Jackie Foster says:

    Christmas Lunch , Then I can relax !

  857. JULIE BANKS says:

    Christmas Dinner

  858. Colin Wright says:

    Christmas dinner

  859. riddlexic says:

    Dinner

  860. We call it Christmas Dinner – we start eating around 2pm and continue the courses until 6pm

  861. Emma Craven says:

    In between- late afternoon!

  862. jill beans says:

    it has to be christmas dinner – it take sooooo long, it woukd never be ready for lunch!

  863. Viv Gilbey says:

    Christmas lunch here!

  864. Jade Vine says:

    Christmas lunch

  865. Joanne Crosby says:

    Christmas lunch :)

  866. Rhydian Prismick says:

    christmas lunch

  867. Nicola McC says:

    Usually something in between. We usually eat at about 3pm on Christmas day.

  868. John LAWRENCE says:

    Christmas dinner for the winner. What else?

  869. Heather Freeth says:

    Lunch!

  870. Christmas Dinner

  871. Michelle Williams says:

    we have lunch

  872. Helen Moulden says:

    Christmas lunch! (though it’s normally a bit late, so more like ‘lunner’…

  873. sue williams says:

    that would be my christmas sorted

  874. ANGELA BOND says:

    OOOOH lovely prize x

  875. Dinner is served :D

  876. shelagh milne says:

    Dinner

  877. Charlotte A says:

    Christmas Lunch! (this year we are having another one on Boxing Day too!)

  878. Ohmite Hudson says:

    lunch

  879. francis lee says:

    christmas dinner

  880. Sheelagh Thompson says:

    We have dinner late afternoon and then pick at various goodies after.

  881. Christmas Dinner – Christmas Day is my Birthday…….this year I’ll be 50 – so big celebrations all round!!

  882. Philip Boyle says:

    Great comp

  883. We have it around 3 so late lunch early dinner

  884. Lunch! Then leftover turkey sandwiches watching the Dr Who Christmas special :)

  885. Veronica Still says:

    Its the best time of year all the family together year Your free range Christmas meat box(with fish) would go down a treat xxxxxxxxxxx

  886. Rebecca Moon says:

    we usually have it in the afternoon but for some reason we call it Christmas dinner

  887. Luisa Lauren says:

    Christmas Lunch

  888. Helen Drinkall says:

    Christmas lunch – but i eat enough to fill me for the day!

  889. Judith Allen says:

    Latish lunch.

  890. Jodie Cook says:

    Christmas lunch :)

  891. Michelle Rayner says:

    Somewhere between the 2 – when its done and when we’re hungry

  892. Esme McCrubb says:

    lunch

  893. tracey gwynne says:

    the best dinner of the year!

  894. Becci Cleary says:

    Full on Christmas Dinner :)

  895. Caroline Burt says:

    Christmas Lunch and then snooze all afternoon lol

  896. Lunch – about 3pm lol

  897. Gemma Clark says:

    Christmas Dinner

  898. Donna Gilligan says:

    Lunch

  899. tony houghton says:

    christmas dinner about 1pm then chicken/turkey butties at around 6pm

  900. The best part of christmas day is everyone sitting down together for a fantastic dinner and being so jolly

  901. Alice Hindley says:

    Christmas dinner

  902. Ruth Hedges says:

    Christmas Dinner..

  903. christmas lunch

  904. Sarah Parker says:

    lunch

  905. claire little says:

    Christmas Dinner about 2pm lol

  906. Inbetween really, about 2pm, so I will say Christmas Lunch.

  907. Lesley Bain says:

    Xmas lunch :) We all sit and eat around 1pm, as most will not have eaten anything but chocolate until then! Early evening I serve a hot buffet when we start to get hungry again from playing with all the toys :) x

  908. Elizabeth Williams says:

    Christmas lunch

  909. If you dont want to win this you need stuffing

  910. Ian Barnes says:

    Great prize for a carnivore

  911. Kate Sabin-Burns says:

    lovely comp! Thanks!

  912. Charlotte Jones says:

    We call it christmas dinner – and eat around 2-3pm normally (after a big breakfast in the morning and nibbles throughout the day!)

  913. Sue Robinson says:

    Christmas Dinner – we have a big breakfast and dinner around 3 or 4pm then a sandwich for supper :)

  914. An early Christmas Dinner at about 3pm

  915. melanie crumpton says:

    dinner

  916. Richard Pemberton says:

    Dinner

  917. Paul Witney says:

    We have Christmas dinner at lunchtime!

  918. Sylvia Paul says:

    Wehave Christmas lunch around 2.00pm and then pig out on chocolate for the rest of the day.

  919. This is a mouth watering truly tasty prize which I would love to get my teeth sank into, then put on my elastic pants and sofa dent! Merry Christmas x

  920. christmas lunch the best meal of the year roast Turkey

  921. lee tunnicliffe says:

    Lunch, which turns into dinner as we eat for ages!

  922. Leanne Court says:

    Dinner!

  923. Dawn McBean says:

    We have it at luch time, them just nibbly bits later on

  924. Clare walshe says:

    Christmas lunch!

  925. Fiona Karbal says:

    We have a large cooked breakfast, and then a late lunch, or maybe that is an early dinner?

  926. Rhona Welsh says:

    that would take the stress out of christmas lunch!

  927. Rebecca John says:

    Christmas lunch for me, with a buffet for dinner

  928. Christmas Lunch – always!

  929. Michelle Hughes says:

    Having 2 young children we are on a tight budget this year this would make our christmas day magical x

  930. Sharon Bell says:

    Christmas Lunch at dinnertime! :-)

  931. Sally Poole says:

    Christmas Lunch

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