December 18, 2013, by Sarah
A Recipe for Christmas
Primary school regression – right there.
So it was a very busy last week of term, and as it’s that time of year I’ve written my happenings as a recipe. So if you want to make Sarah’s Christmas SB Stew read on:
1. Start with your family traditional christmas music – the groovier the better – ciphon this into the ears over a number of days for full impact.
2. Beat in a large portion of your house Christmas dinner – this step will be even more successful with home made yorkshire puddings and Christmas decorations from poundland to help amalgamate the mixture.
3. Fold in a carol service, a church service and a Christian Union party – prayer makes this step work better.
4. Take a delicious selection of old friends and mix thoroughly. Be sure to include catching up, reminiscence and laughter.
NB if your old friends have graduated this step may require more organisation – but the end result is worth it!
6. Chop the shiny parts of your home town and sprinkle over.
7. Layer this on a base of two 18 inch pizzas and bake at 180C for 45 mins.
8. Make a sauce of coffee, cake and conversation in equal measure and pour over.
9. Dollop on some shopping
10. Garnish with home-made mince pies
11. Bon appetit! Be aware that this dish does have a slight after taste of coursework and dissertation panic, but power through it and distract yourself with decorating.
Now I have a mountain of things to do – the Christmas holidays are always the busiest!
Merry Christmas everyone!
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