With Christmas Tomorrow, Don’t Forget….
Is There Something That You Always Forget At Christmas?
Statistically, almost 50% of us will forget at least one item from the infamous Christmas dinner. Take a look below at the top 10 things most forgotten on the big day!
3% of people somehow manage to forget the main ingredient to the traditional meal!
3.5% of people forget the potatoes. We don’t know if these are boiled, mashed or roasted, but what we do know is that dinner just wouldn’t be the same without them.
At 8…Brussel Sprouts
The daddy of the dinner plate! You either love them or you hate them, but Brussel Sprouts are a staple to a British Christmas Dinner.
3.8% of people forget to buy or make gravy…Who forgets the gravy??
We are guessing that this is part of the cheese board afterwards, but 4% of people forget it. Our tip - if you are intending to have a cheese selection, it is an idea to remember the star of the show!
Good old fashioned sausages on the roast dinner, who can beat it? 5% of people forget them. What else is there to wrap the streaky bacon around? There will be some empty blankets this year!
At 4…Bread Sauce
Not the most popular item on the dinner table, but 6% of people still forget it anyway.
At 3…Brandy Sauce
Whether you’re serving Christmas pudding or mince pies, a little drizzle of brandy sauce can make desert slide down a little easier. But, 7% of people forget the sauce, though hopefully they have some backup custard just in case.
At 2…Cranberry Sauce
Not everyone is a fan of cranberry sauce, but traditionally it does go hand-in-hand with the Turkey. If you are a traditionalist, it is wise to note that 10% of people forget this little partner in crime, so make sure you’re not one of them.
And At 1…Stuffing
The number one most forgotten item on the Christmas dinner is stuffing! 11% of people forget the stuffing for the main event. Even a Sunday roast dinner is not complete without some stuffing! We can only imagine the look of total devastation on everyone’s faces as the realisation hits home, while staring open mouthed, at a steaming dinner, and not a stuffing ball in sight!
We would like to wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. We hope that all of your Christmas dinners go without a hitch, and that every ingredient is accounted for! Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk