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Advent: Festive Fact

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During Victorian times roast beef was traditionally eaten for Christmas dinner in the north of England, while goose was more popular in the south.


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  1. This must be right, my Mam grew up in the North a bit after Victorian times, and she always liked beef for Christmas dinner. My Dad preferred pork because he liked the crackling! I don’t think we ever had turkey at home at Christmas in the ’50s & ’60s.

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