Last year was the first time we had Christmas at home as a family. Seems strange, given that my kids are two and a half and five and a half, but we’ve either been overseas or with family. I remember talking to my Dad on Christmas day and was saying pretty much the same thing, to which he said, “wow, so this will be your first time carving the Turkey then?” I hadn’t thought about it, but he was right.
Somewhat naively, I thought that it would be pretty straight forward. It wasn’t. I felt like Greg Focker in Little Fockers as my father-in-law watched as I made a total mess of the Turkey before he stepped in to do the job properly….. This year, things are going to be different thanks to one of our clients Colman’s. So, to be clear, this is a client… there, that’s out of the way. But, I genuinely think that this is a good idea – how many people don’t know how to carve a Turkey – loads…. So, watch and learn.
So, as we get ready for our second year at home as a family, that Turkey is going to get done….properly.