Wednesday 24 December 2014

Home Cured Christmas

I baked one of the hams today that I set in cure the other week
It tastes delicious, one of the best tasting hams I have ever tried, I am really pleased with the results.
Hubby brought home a Spanish Ham 
we have had one ever year for about 5-6 years now, I would love to be able to do a ham like that but I think its too humid here.
Hubby had an early Christmas pressie today, he knew about it, I ordered it the other week for him.
A complete butchery set, not something I will be playing with, far to sharp for me.
This morning I went down to the community shop with my lovely neighbour C senior for mince pies and mulled wine, there was a lot of people packed into the little shop, the raffle draw took place and I won
a lovely tin of Butter Biscuits.
Well the pressies are under the tree, Kara has hung her stocking 
The Lobsters we are are having for dinner are defrosting we will be having them with a selection of seafood while sat in front of the fire, we don't do Turkey, the ham is done, there is also some roast beef, mince pies and cake are done we have a few a few nibbles so all that is left is to
Wish you a peaceful joyful Christmas, If you are spending it with family I hope it is  a pleasant time for you all and if you are spending it alone I hope you have a few treats to spoil yourself, I hope your children appreciate all you have done to bring them a Christmas full of memories and cherish the time spent together.
Nadolig Llawen


  1. A very merry Christmas to you and all best wishes for 2015.


  2. That ham looks so good. I've not been on any blogs for days trying to finish the girls present- suffering withdrawal symptoms now! Hope you guys have a good day tomorrow. X

  3. Anfon cyfarchion tymhorau

  4. Oh, the ham looks marvelous! Maybe next year ours will be home grown.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!


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