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Fantasy Christmas Dinner Party
For many, Christmas is the opportunity to see friends and family and to share good food (assuming I'm not cooking!) with the people you should probably love, but if you could invite one person, alive or dead, famous or otherwise completely unknown, who would you invite to Christmas Dinner and why?
I'd probably pick some sort of capable chef who wouldn't mind leaving immediately after they'd finished cooking the meal they'd been conned into making. Hopefully someone flexible enough to accommodate the diversity of allergies and picky eaters in our house. Failing that, I'd probably invite my dad. He lives overseas and thanks to distance and ill-health on both sides, we've not seen each other in many years. It'd be great to have the opportunity to introduce him to his youngest grandchild.
What about you?
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