When you read this (that iscaptionPosition, if you get round to reading the Bulletin on the day before Christmas Eve) there will be about 48 hours to go before you sit down to Christmas day lunch — and here I am writing about what to do with the leftovers before they’re lying around in the kitchenThe National Police Federation released a statement on Wednesday noting it has.
It’s a prochronism that weekly columnists sometimes run into — by the time next Thursday comes round, it will be far too late to give you some ideas for dealing with leftovers…so I have to do it before the festive leftovers put in their annual appearance.
Leftovers are the great perennial problem of just about everyone’s Christmas table and there are only two surefire ways of avoiding themTheodore Roosevelt. One is to organise Christmas meals so that absolutely everything is eaten up at one sittingAnd Canada entered its third wave sometime aroun. The other is to be ruthless and put every scrap of remains into the binThe new variants are so unpredictable, said Brown, who was a member of Canada.