Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Merry Late Christmas

I've never celebrated Christmas in February before, but as I was away for Christmas this year we decided to celebrate it while I was home.

Christmas in Busan was great, I was surrounded by new friends and we managed to nearly get our hands on everything that makes a traditional English festive dinner. But, it was made even better knowing that I had the excuse to celebrate it again when I got home.
Present time
I walked in the day before my mum and I had planned to celebrate it and the Christmas tree was there sparkling away. The next day we both had a stocking to open. I'd bought my mum a few bits from Korea, and she'd bought me some of the essentials that I miss while I'm there (these have a whole other post dedicated to it though).
Fake Christmas
Afterwards, we got cracking with the roast and I made a start on the dessert. I decided to do the banoffee pie that Grace cooked for us in Busan on Christmas day. I was pleased to find out that it doesn't need any cooking so I'll definitely be making that again once i'm back to being oven less.
Banoffee Pies
Rolling Pin
Bannoffee pie
Late Christmas Dinner
Fake Christmas was great, and what's better is that it's only 10 more months until next Christmas rolls around, not that I'm counting or anything.

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