The Big Debate
When it comes to a roast dinner there are certain rules that need to be respected.
Lamb must be served with mint sauce, turkey always comes with a spoonful of cranberry and pork is dished up with crackling and lashings of apple sauce. When it comes to beef the instructions are simple - gravy, horseradish (occasionally mustard if there’s no alternative) and a big crispy Yorkshire pudding.
But where do we stand when it comes to popping a Yorky on our Christmas plates?
Does the festive season mean free food choices for one and all - or does this represent the slow decline into Christmas chaos?
Is it a yes or no for you?