Barbara Ellen’s vegetarian Christmas: at last, I can have a proper feast

After years of being fed dismal dinners – frozen lasagne, microwave risotto – the Observer columnist is now really looking forward to Christmas

A personal Christmas best (or worst, if you like) was the frozen vegetarian lasagne, still glacial in the middle, dumped on the plate alongside an edited selection of festive trimmings – sprouts, red cabbage, but no roast potatoes (cooked with the turkey) or gravy (made with the turkey juices).

Would this be OK? I was asked.

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Source: theguardian
Barbara Ellen’s vegetarian Christmas: at last, I can have a proper feast



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