Roast turkey is off the menu this year for Christmas day lunch. Tony says that preparing and cooking the traditional Christmas day lunch is just too much hard work, and if last year is anything to go by, I agree with him.
We've both had a serious discussion concerning the subject, and reckon that this Christmas we'll probably dine on turkey burgers, chicken topped pizza and roast potatoes, all of which will be washed down with cold lager and cheap red wine.
I must say that my mouth is already watering at the prospect of such a meal, and I congratulate the boy for coming up with such a wondeful menu.
He says that he could have been a chef at one of London's finest restaurants, and says that people who stick to the traditional turkey have no idea how to live.
I reckon he's right, and agree with him when he says there is no place in our lives for tradition.
We're now off to the pub to enjoy a few pints, before calling it a day, because all of this planning has left us feeling completely worn out.