i froze some broad beans runners and french beans . carrots and peas late summer and put some spuds in deep tubs in a frost free place and cover with compost
I had parsnips, carrots, two types of potato, brussels, savoy cabbage, leeks and squash, all fresh from the garden (well, apart from the squash which was stored in the conservatory.) Lovely it was too! Pity I don't have room to keep poultry or I would have grown everything on the plate.
had fish i had caught . some time ago not for christmas lunch though
Sprouting brocolli from garden along with our leeks & apple sauce from eating apple tree, just added a squirt of lemon juice.
Nothing from the garden on our table for xmas dinner but next yr.. heaps I hope. Although I do have lots of blackberries raspberries red current blackcurrants gooseberries and bramley apples in the freezer.
I have leeks and perpetual spinach in the garden, the rest of the veg is in the freezer. But on Christmas Day I bought the veg, needed enough for 16!
Been growing our own veg at Christmas for nearly 40 years. (And for much of the rest of the year too!).
I'd love to bring something to the table next year! With grandma making so many cakes Mr. Kipling gets nervous and my partners family hosting / guarding the kitchen with their knives there's very little we can contribute (my partner might draw the line at growing my own chicken though).
Carrots, leeks and sprouting broccolli Forgot to plant potatoes for Xmas
Planted the Duck tape, but the seeds haven't worked
Artjak & oldchippy