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All you should eat for Christmas

by HungryGoWhere Editor

- 18 December 2013 5:31 PM | Updated 23 Dec 2013

All you should eat for Christmas

Photo: The Dining Room, Sheraton Towers, Singapore

'Tis the season to be jolly

'Tis also the season to eat, drink and be merry. It really is that time of the year when you can stuff your faces with turkey, plum pudding, log cakes and more — all in the name of this jolly holiday. We have rounded up all the food-related Christmas activities for your easy pickings. Where to have Christmas dinner? Check. Which log cakes to buy? Check. We even tell you what to do with excess leftover turkey and how to battle post-holiday excess weight. 

Have a very merry (and hungry) Christmas. 

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