Exeter’s best house Christmas dinners
‘tis the season to eat everything in sight
Everyone knows the best part of Christmas is the food. Mince pies, pigs-in-blankets, candy canes – the list goes on.
We rated the food at the Exeter Christmas market, but now it's time for you lot to break free from your diet of pesto pasta and chicken nuggets, and put your cooking skills to the test.
There really is no better comfort food to cure your hangovers than a trusty roast, which is why we asked you to send us the pictures of your best house Christmas dinners.
You certainly didn't disappoint – check out our favourites:
Liv, Third Year, Law
Special shoutout to the Chorizo pigs-in-blankets
Ryan, First Year, Maths
You can never have too many potatoes
Adam, Second Year, History and International Relations
Ashleigh, Second Year, History
Nice camera angles
Evie, Third Year, Biology
Bonus points for the 10/10 prep checklist
Luke, Third Year, Engineering
Loving the mood lighting
Ella, First Year, Drama
Never forget the Yorkshire puddings
Georgia, Fourth Year, Business Management
Those stuffing balls are HUGE
Maddie, First Year, Business and Economics
Crackers are an essential
Subin, First Year, Neuroscience
The perfect gravy to food ratio
Tabitha, Third Year, Law
But where are the sprouts??
Katie, First Year, Psychology
I'm hoping she had more than just potatoes and pigs-in-blankets
Archie, Third Year, International Relations
Just look at those crispy potatoes
Gemma, Third Year, Psychology
Ok it might not technically be a Christmas dinner, but you've got to give it to them, the decor is on point