Friday, December 26, 2008

Christmas Day lunch

Even though Christmas Day can be quite hot here, we always have a 'traditional' hot roast meal followed by Christmas pudding. Yesterday was a pleasant 30 degrees so we ate outside under the pergola. I also cooked the meal outside in a Weber barbecue kettle.

13 comments:

Big Dave said...

Fantastic blog. The pictures are wonderful; Adelaide is a beautiful city.

Steffi said...

Great picture! It looks like a nice lunch with your family!

Greetings from the frosty cold Germany

zbtjkarapilot said...

Good time to be together with family and friends. Brings back memories of time spent in Australia in early 80's.

Merry Christmas from USA.

Choco said...

invite me next year ;)

Tatáh. said...

Hello, I'm from Brasil. I don't speak English very well, but I loved your Blog. The pictures are fantastics! Merry Christmas for you and your family.

lakeviewer said...

I'd never figured Christmas could be celebrated in short sleeves and outdoors. We probably had the same roast beef and pudding, and sang the same carols. A few miles from our Pacific coast travelers were shocked by all the snow we have been getting this year. Our weather seems to be changing in the Northern Hemisphere. Is your weather changing too?

Lakeviewer

sixtyfivewhatnow.blogspot.com

DrDave said...

Cool. but, since you are upside down, why doesn't all the food fall up? He he he... just kidding.

Dr Dave, Tucson, Arizona

Di Hill said...

Hi - nice to see some photos of my home town. I was born in Adelaide, now live in Queensland when I am not teaching English in China.

I enjoyed the blog very much.

Danni said...

Love your blog. I have always wanted to visit there but your blog is probably the closest I will ever get.

Xendee Wong said...

Hi Gordon,Merry Xmas n Happy New Year! :)

Michelle said...

This looks lovely! Merry Christmas!

tangas usadas said...

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ecrunner said...

Sounds like a good Christmas! Hope you have a Happy New Years too!