Win Vegetarian Christmas feast from Linda McCartney

What do you cook for Christmas lunch when some of your family members are vegetarian? I put this question to the folks at Linda McCartney and they offered to send me out their range of festive products to try.

We had some vegetarian friends coming for Sunday lunch, so it was the perfect chance to carry out a bit of research for the big day to see what might be in the running for the Christmas table.

Linda McCartney Vegetarian Roast

Linda McCartney Vegetarian Roast

Vegetarian Roast

It looks like a big sausage – so not that visually appealing when you put it in the oven really. But when you slice into it the ‘meat’ is tender and pretty convincing. It took 55 minutes to cook, and because it’s cooked inside a plastic jacket it retains flavour and a juicy texture.

It went really well with all the traditional roast trimmings, and I made a delicious red onion gravy to go with it.

Linda McCartney red onion and rosemary sausages

Linda McCartney red onion and rosemary sausages

Red onion and rosemary sausages

These chunky bangers were full of flavour and really substantial – a great little extra for your veggie roast dinner and ready in 18-20 mins straight out of the freezer.

Mini snack sausages

These were delicious and would again be great as an extra trimming for the roast or to serve as party food over the festive season. Very easy to just bung in the oven and 20 minutes later they’re done.

Linda McCartney mini snack sausages

Linda McCartney mini snack sausages



YOU can win a vegetarian feast from Linda McCartney right here! Here’s what you get if you win:

  • 2 x Vegetarian Roast
  • 2 x Cranberry & Camembert Burgers
  • 2 x Rosemary & Red Onion Sausages
  • 2 x Mini Snack Vegetarian Sausages
  • Selection of seasonal vegetables
  • Bottle of sherry
  • A game for the kids
  • A carrot for Rudolph

To enter:

1. For your first chance to win the prize please comment on this post telling me what is your favourite vegetarian Christmas dinner.

2. For a second chance to win please tweet this post Win Linda McCartney Christmas vegetarian feast with @cookingkt #win #prize and comment HERE telling me you have done so along with your twitter username

3. For a third chance to win please follow me @cookingkt on twitter and comment HERE to tell me you have done so.

4. For a fourth chance to win please go and ‘like’ Feeding Boys on Facebook, and come back to this page to comment you have done so.



This giveaway is open to all readers with a UK mailing address.  The winner will be chosen using an online randomiser and announced in a subsequent post.

I am running this competition on behalf of Linda McCartney who will be sending the prize out to the lucky winner. Their decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 

There is one main way to enter and several ways to get bonus entries.  You must leave a separate comment for each bonus entry otherwise they will not be counted.

Closing date: 10pm Monday 28th November 2011


Thanks to Linda McCartney for sending me samples of their range


About Katie Bryson

Katie Bryson is a freelance food writer and blogger. She left a career in online news at the BBC to immerse herself in the culinary world, taking in courses at Leiths School of Food and Wine and an internship at Waitrose along the way. Her family food blog is bursting with recipes and tips for feeding hungry families that’ll help inspire all those frazzled parents out there wondering what on earth to cook for tea!
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307 Responses to Win Vegetarian Christmas feast from Linda McCartney

  1. amy marantino says:

    don’t laugh – i like to make rice and beans.

  2. A soft cheese spread with cranberry sauce, topped with a bayleaf and wrapped in puff pastry then baked.

  3. Stacey says:

    Have tweeted @sussexgirl67

  4. Stacey says:

    Already follow on twitter @sussexgirl67

  5. Stacey says:

    Already like your page on Facebook

  6. Stacey says:

    Favourite veggie Christmas dinner is currently a nut roast spread with a spiced cranberry sauce and then baked in the oven served with all the trimmings (except sprouts – can’t stand them!)

  7. Suzanne says:

    My favourite is a mushroom & stilton Wellington – I make extra & freeze so I can have again (well, if meat-eaters can have turkey leftovers…)

  8. Kieran Walsh says:

    a good old nutroast, with all the veg, tomato soup to start, with french bread, and a lovely sherry, and cheese biscuits

  9. Kieran Walsh says:

    shared on facebook as @oldwalshy

  10. That vegetarian roast sounds perfect, make that my new favourite!

  11. Sharon Peters says:

    Goats cheese with a cranberry sauce in filo pastry – can’t beat it.

  12. Joan says:

    Nut roast is my fav.

  13. Suzanne Heath says:

    I like all the seasonal vegetables and sauces alongside roasted tofu marinated in ginger, soy sauce, garlic and honey.

  14. Suzanne Heath says:

    I’m following you and have tweeted your competition @ennazus27, thanks

  15. Janice Papworth says:

    My favourite veggie Christmas Dinner is from a Rose Elliot ‘Vegetarian Christmas’ book and it is a filo streudel filled with mushroom, tomato and cashew nuts and I usually add some Stilton as well

  16. Janice Papworth says:

    Have liked Feeding Boys and a Firefighter on FB

  17. Lynn says:

    Have liked Feeding Boys and a Firefighter on Facebook

  18. Carol says:

    Have liked feeding Boys and a Firefighter on Facebook!!

  19. Bea says:

    Parsnips. Seriously. Give me a whole dish of honey roasted parsnips and I’m done for Xmas AND Boxing Day! Oh ok and my special potato and vegetables salad to which I add raisins, apple and walnuts for a more xmassy feel

  20. Bea says:

    tweeted as @Bea_aeB

  21. Maxine says:

    Last year I had pizza! (well, I was working Christmas Day!). I do love making a good filo parcel stufffed with goat’s cheese, sundried tomatoes and basil though for an easy centrepiece to a Christmas meal

  22. Maxine says:

    have tweeted @maxineflossy

  23. Maxine says:

    already following you on twitter @maxineflossy

  24. Maxine says:

    already liking your facebook page

  25. Martin says:

    a nice nut roast, with usual christmas dinner veg and stuffing

  26. Hazel Thomson says:

    As a vegetarian amongst a family full of meat eaters I usually bring my own food to my mums at xmas time. Last year however, I was treated to a lovely homemade creamy veg pie, which was amazing and everyone else enjoyed too after seeing on how much I enjoyed it. This year I’ll be trying the veggie roast from LM. And I’ll be encouraging everyone to have a taste of this too. Even if its just one slice 🙂 I’ll have this with all the trimmings, same as everyone else. Stuffing, lots of veg and roast potatoes! P,s I love sprouts!!

  27. Kelly Anderson says:

    I enjoy a quorn roast, roast potatoes, veg and i use a vegetable stock gravey.

  28. Kelly Anderson says:

    I enjoy a quorn roast family dinner, along with roast potatoes, and veg, and i use a vegetable stock gravey.

  29. feeding boys? you should see what my veggie daughter can put away!

  30. Kel Anderson says:

    Liking feeding boys and a firefighter

  31. Natalie says:

    My usual Christmas dinner is mushroom, brie and red currant filo parcels, all the trimmings and apricot and hazelnut stuffing. This year will also be adding the Linda McCartney Red Onion and Rosemary Sausages as they are delish and all the kids love them.

  32. Natalie says:

    Have liked your facebook page.

  33. redrosemummy says:

    I made Leek and Mushroom en croute for a vegetarian cousin at Christmas. She loved it and everyone else was eating it too! @RedRoseMummy

  34. redrosemummy says:

    I have tweeted @RedRoseMummy

  35. redrosemummy says:

    I follow you on Twitter @RedRoseMummy

  36. redrosemummy says:

    I ‘like’ you on FB (as Pippa Ainsworth) @RedRoseMummy

  37. Have tweeted you i’m @candyflossfairy

  38. Have tweeted the comp @PottiJo

  39. Have clicked the ‘like’ button on Facebook too!

  40. Oh I love some of the many recipes that Linda McCartney cooked up and shares in her recipe books…. particularly the Festive Roast that features in her book Home Cooking. I also add chestnut puree to it. Festive Roast is fab with all the xmas trimmings and great with pickles for Boxing Day.

  41. TT says:

    Hi there, I have tweeted your link on Twitter and now following you on there… Look forward to reading more soon.
    My favourite veggie Christmas dinner is nut roast (please don’t groan!) I love it and don’t really bother making it very often – there’s always plenty of people round to share it with over Christmas though.
    thank you

  42. Sarah says:

    My favourite Christmas dinner was roast potatoes, mashed potatoes with a little houmous mashed in, garlic gravy, peas, sprouts, roasted peppers parsnips and onions, mint sauce and cranberry sauce (yep both of them!) and Linda McCartney vegetarian sausages (which our rescued dogs had too, they love ’em!!) and dessert…..swedish glace chocolate, strawberry and vanilla dairy-free ice-cream – deeeelicious:] P.S Might have put some dairy-free thick cream on the swedish glace too……

  43. Sarah says:

    Have followed you on twitter @cookingkt, liked feeding boys on facebook and tweeted this competition too :0

  44. My favourite vegan holiday dinner — that’s a tricky one, but it would definitely involve homemade stuffing, beans, and cranberry sauce!

  45. P.S. I liked your FB page.

  46. Tina says:

    I’ve been veggie for 10 years now, and have tried all sorts for my meat substitute on Xmas dinners. I have to say the Linda McCartney nut cutlets from about 8/9 years ago were fab, but I haven’t seen them for ages.
    I have all the usual trimmings you’d expect (roast potatoes & parsnips cooked in vegetable oil), all the veg, Yorkshire pudding and sage & onion stuffing (not stuffed Ito anything though)! And appple sauce & gravy are a must! (I have tweeted & followed cookingkt too)! (I am @themothergeek) x

  47. Heather says:

    My favourite dish to have is my mums vegetable bake 🙂 it doesn’t feel like christmas with out it 🙂

  48. Heather says:

    Tweeted @hefs_kitchen 🙂

  49. lentil Moussaka – a modified version of Delia’s with Yorkshire pudding and sprouts

  50. Heather says:

    Followed on twitter @hefs_kitchen

  51. have tweeted the tweet @LouiseRWs

  52. I am following you on Twitter @LouiseRWs

  53. Heather says:

    …and liked on facebook 😀

  54. Grant Corr says:

    Yeah went to feeding boys and a fire fighter page and liked it, great page as so many of my friends kids have turned veggie lately good tips.

  55. Grant Corr says:

    My favourite Christmas dinner is a homemade vegan tart with the traditional festive vegetable roast potatoes, brussel sprouts and a special vegan onion gravy made with the juices of cooked veg. And vegan christmas pudding to follow with homemade vanilla soya custard.

  56. Azra Dedic says:

    Mm my mouths watering! My fave veggie Xmas meal is a goats cheese cranberry Wellington! Yum yum!

  57. Azra Dedic says:

    Fan on Facebook also!

  58. maureen.m says:

    Deep Fried Camembert with Cranberry sauce – lovely!!

  59. Louise says:

    A couple of years ago had the tastiest curry but am rather partial to roasties so def roast this year!

  60. have never tried vegetarian food for Christmas (apart from the normal veg to accompany *sshhh meat*) so this prize would be a new experience, hope that qualifies me to enter

  61. I love a nut roast at Xmas, roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, roast carrots and parsnips and MUST HAVE sprouts.
    Am tweeting now…..

  62. following you on twitter @pooohbear2811

  63. Mummy Fever says:

    nut roast @MummyFever

  64. Mummy Fever says:

    have tweeted @MummyFever

  65. Mummy Fever says:

    have liked you on FB @MummyFever

  66. Hayley says:

    My fav veggie Xmas dinner I’m torn on because the carrot and courgette bake my mum makes is amazing but I have to say it’s her veggie lasagne and roast veggies! Delish!

  67. Hayley says:

    Tweeted. @simply_hayley

  68. Hayley says:

    Have followed (@simply_Hayley)

  69. Hayley says:

    Have liked (simply Hayley glenister)

  70. Bernadette K says:

    I definitely love my veggie spag bol even for Christmas Dinner 🙂

  71. Bit old skool, but I love nut roast with cranberry sauce. I use a great Cranks recipe…

  72. Also following on twitter, and liked on facebook

  73. Emma Hunt says:

    Have liked on facebook :o)

  74. Emma Hunt says:

    My fave is a layered nut roast made with chestnuts, mushrooms, spinanch and loads more yummy stuff 🙂

  75. Hannah Beadle says:

    I love Goats Cheese and Butternut Roast 🙂

  76. Hannah Beadle says:

    I have tweeted and I follow you @HannahBeadle

  77. Hannah Beadle says:

    Separate I am following you on twitter @hannahbeadle

  78. Hannah Beadle says:

    I have liked you facebook page 🙂

  79. I love nut roast with stilton sauce and as many veggies as you can cram on the plate! 🙂

  80. Have tweeted! @mlrw01 🙂

  81. Am following! @mlrw01 🙂

  82. Liking on Facebook! 🙂

  83. Lemknip Pink says:

    A big Yorkshire pud with veg in the middle

  84. Lisa McGreevy says:

    tweeted spaniel01

  85. Lisa McGreevy says:

    following @cookingkt (spaniel01)

  86. Lisa McGreevy says:

    Love nutroast with all the trimmings

  87. Michelle Mullen says:

    I love nutloaf with lots and lots of roasted veggies (potatoes, parsnips and jerusalem artichokes from the garden). Also, brussel sprouts with wholegrain mustard and chestnuts.

  88. Helen says:

    I love a good nut roast!

  89. Helen says:

    follow on Twitter

  90. Helen says:

    Like on FB
    The Crazy Kitchen

  91. Helen Grout says:

    My favourite in a mushroom and nut wellington. always a hit with family!

  92. Christina says:

    I love a nut roast, roasted parnips and potatos and veg sausage!

  93. Christina says:

    Am following and Tweeted @nipperthedog. x

  94. Christina says:

    Liked on Facebook – @curly curl.

  95. Carrie says:

    My favourite vegetarian Christmas dinner is the following:
    Garlic and herb crusted roasted potatoes with gravy
    Glazed parsnips and carrots
    Butternut squash and swede mash
    Buttery broccoli and peas
    And the pièce de résistance is my mom’s “Glazed Ham” – a roll of Frys Slicing Sausage, baked in the oven with pineapple
    Yum! 🙂

  96. Jessica Sjoholm says:

    I love nut roast with piles of vegetables, sage and onion stuffing and my mum’s delicious roast potatoes smothered in veg gravy 🙂

  97. Jessica Sjoholm says:

    Have tweeted your link @CornishMaid90

  98. Jessica Sjoholm says:

    Following you on Twitter @CornishMaid90

  99. Laura Pritchard says:

    Nut roast is a yummy alternative!

  100. Jessica Sjoholm says:

    Liked you on Facebook

  101. Laura Pritchard says:

    Tweeted the message @Isis1981uk

  102. Laura Pritchard says:

    Following you on Twitter @Isis1981uk

  103. Laura Pritchard says:

    Liked you on Facebook.

  104. Katie Jeavons-Golding says:

    Our favourite Christmas dinner is quorn roast (though going to try Linda’s this year now!) Veggie sausages wrapped in facon, sprouts, cabbage, carrots, roasted potatoes and parsnips, mashed potatoes, yorkshires and loads of onion gravy! Yummm! Can’t wait to share it with my one year old this year, my mini veggie 🙂

  105. Katie Jeavons-Golding says:

    Have followed you on Twitter @katieljames x

  106. Katie Jeavons-Golding says:

    Have RT you on Twitter @katieljames x

  107. Katie Jeavons-Golding says:

    Liked you on Facebook @katie Louise Jeavons-golding.

    Sorry to keep entering, but you have set this pregnant Mummas cravings off! Haha x

  108. following you on twitter ,have tweeted @gumbie23

  109. maz says:

    It’s only me and my little brother that are vegetarian in my house, so while everyone else has turkey we have a christmas veggie lasagne. Last year I did a wicked asparagus and cottage cheese one.

  110. Lisa O says:

    Mine is a good old nut roast with all the trimmings.

  111. Lisa O says:

    I’ve tweeted @FacelessFood

  112. Lisa O says:

    I alreadt follow you on Twitter @FacelessFood

  113. Sarah Arnett says:

    I use Quorn pieces and make a ‘turkey’ fricasse

  114. My nan was a vegetarian from a very young age. As this was many years ago she had to cook her own vegetarian dishes as there was very little you could buy in the shops. One of my favourite childhood memories is going to her bungalow in the countryside at Christmas as she used to prepare the most incredible shortcrust pastry pie filled with a decicious mixture of potato, peas, spinach in a creamy sauce. I always knew it as ‘nanna’s Christmas pie’
    Sadly she passed away before I could get the recipe and despite my best efforts I have not yet been able to replicate it. It makes me feel Christmassy just talking about it.

  115. I’m following you on Twitter too. @ami_ibrow

  116. I’ve liked you on Facebook too. Ami Pilbrow

  117. Lisa Waugh says:

    defo a nut roast

  118. yvette says:

    I must say I do keep it traditional with a west Indian kick.
    We have rice and peas, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puds, all the veg (Broc, carrots, brussels)
    honey roasted parsnips and roast stuffing .
    This sounds really greedy but I cook for a big family, we also have quorn roast, Lindas sausages and mock duck.

  119. Hazel says:

    A good nut roast is hard to beat.

  120. Hazel says:

    I follow cookingkt on Twitter – @beachrambler

  121. Hazel says:

    I have tweeted – @beachrambler

  122. Hazel says:

    I “like” on Facebook (Hazel Rea)

  123. Rachel says:

    Not wishing to be corny, but my favourite Christmas lunch is a Linda Mc roast

  124. Rachel says:

    I’ve liked your facebook page…

  125. Kirstie says:

    The roast sounds good to me! I normally have a pie with my Christmas lunch but will have to try the roast this year 🙂

  126. Kirstie says:

    I’ve tweeted 🙂 @xKirstx

  127. Kirstie says:

    Following you on Twitter 🙂

  128. Kirstie says:

    Liked your Facebook page 🙂

  129. Martina says:

    Nut roast with all the veg and potatoes as usual.

  130. i have a vegetarian roast, the thing i love most is roasted veg, parsnips,carrots,onions and potatos

  131. liked on fb 🙂 victoria leedham

  132. Trudie says:

    Nut roast with all the trimmings, including veggie sausages wrapped in veggie bacon!

    Have tweeted the message and followed 🙂

  133. Chris Davies says:

    I loved the sainsbury’s nut roast I had once, much easier than making it myself too! 😉


    liked on fb

  134. JOANNE ROXBURGH says:

    Nut roast with all the veg and potatoes

  135. Loma Wood says:

    Last year I made a pie with leeks, potatoes and cheese. I flavoured it with lots of sage and it was delicous.

  136. Fran Light says:

    My favourite vegetarian Christmas dinner is homemade vegetable quiche with new potatoes and peas! I’ve tried nut roasts and the like, but I find them too heavy and have decided that nothing beats a creamy, homemade quiche!

  137. alex cook says:

    Mushroom and chestnut wellington – it is the best thing i’ve ever eaten full stop! I’m trying to get my wife to make it again this year.

  138. Fran Light says:

    I’m following you on Twitter and I’ve tweeted the competition message as @LoveWinning 🙂

  139. Fran Light says:

    I’m following Feeding Boys and a Firefighter on Facebook (as Francesca Light-Wilson)

  140. Fran Light says:

    I am following @cookingkt on Twitter – I’m @LoveWinning 🙂

  141. Isobelle Forde says:

    I am an avid carnivore..but a homemade moist nut roast( with loads of chestnuts) served with a mushroom sauce and seasonal vegetables would win me away from the traditional meaty Christmas dinner .. its super tasty!

  142. Isobelle Forde says:

    have tweeted

  143. Isobelle Forde says:

    Have liked Feeding Boys and a Firefighter on FB

  144. Isobelle Forde says:

    Following @cookingkt on Twitter


  145. Maya Russell says:

    My favourite vegetarian Christmas dinner has veg. sausages, gravy, roast vegetables and a cheese spread afterwards.

  146. Maya Russell says:

    I have tweeted.

  147. Maya Russell says:

    Following @cookingkt already on Twitter.

  148. Maya Russell says:

    Already like Feeding Boys and a Firefighter on FB as Maya Russell

  149. Jo Richardson says:

    I’ve tweeted @Crosleypup

  150. Jo Richardson says:

    I am following @cookingkt on Twitter

  151. Jo Richardson says:

    Have liked Feeding Boys and a Firefighter on FB

  152. Sue McCarthy says:

    Now I’m on my own I have my favourite meal – pizza with mushrooms, garlic & chillis!

  153. Bella says:

    I love to make different kinds of stakes. Often with celery, all kinds of nuts and maybe potatoes, or sweet potatoes(or other roots). Serve it with red cabbage, small potatoes fried in sugar and kale cooked with cream.
    But I really would love to taste Linda’s roast, it sounds amazing.

  154. Samantha says:

    Tweeted as @SamanthaMSE

  155. Samantha says:

    Following as @SamanthaMSE

  156. Samantha says:

    Some vegetarian sausages would be good with the Christmas dinner

  157. nevrandil says:

    We love Nut roast, roast potatoes, veg, cranberry sauce, mint sauce, gravy…hmmmmmm


  158. nevrandil says:

    Have Tweeted @Nevrandil


  159. nevrandil says:

    Am following on Twitter now @Nevrandil


  160. nevrandil says:

    Have liked you on Facebook (Dani Stockwell)


  161. My fav is a chestnut and apple roast:)

  162. have tweeted @kikicomp

  163. We have a mushroom wellington with all the roast dinner trimmings. @wendymcd83

  164. Follow on Twitter @wendymcd83

  165. Follow you on Facebook (as Wendy McDonald) @wendymcd83

  166. Dorothee archambault says:

    Mushroom pie!

  167. Dorothee archambault says:

    I have tweeted

  168. Dorothee archambault says:

    I follow you on Twitter

  169. Dorothee archambault says:

    And I like Your FB page

  170. claire woods says:

    We love vegetarian quorn roast. We are a family of vegetarians. I’ve been one for 25 years and so has my husband. Our son Samuel 6 has been since born. I hope Tesco stock some of these new things.

  171. claire woods says:

    For a third chance to win please follow me @cookingkt on twitter – done @clairew137

  172. claire woods says:

    For a fourth chance to win please go and ‘like’ Feeding Boys on Facebook – done as claire woods (

  173. It has to be good old Nut Roast and all my fav vegetables! – ANd homemade bread sauce!

  174. Christine Ball says:

    It has to be a Vegetarian Roast because we all know it is wholesome, nutritious and tastes quite delicious

  175. Filo parcel containing cranberries, risotto rice, asparagus, blue cheese, thinly sliced mushrooms, leeks, butternut squash. Then the usual mashed potatoes, roast potatoes, brussel sprouts, carrots and stuffing. With a thick onion gravy. Scrummy!

  176. Have tweeted as @TheBoyandMe but I have a private account so you won’t see the tweet unless you’re following me. It was this tweet though!/TheBoyandMe/status/138299344674762752

  177. Already following you as @TheBoyandMe

  178. Have also liked on facebook.

    Thanks for a great competition.

  179. Laura says:

    Nut roast with all the usual christmas trimmings

  180. carol phile says:

    Spanakopita – Greek cheese and spinach pie with Mediterranean roasties, mushrooms a la Grecque and a big ol’ bowl of Greek salad. Yum.

  181. carol phile says:

    tweeted @essexgirlSE

  182. Stacy Fenemore says:

    My veggie Christmas dinner is usually Linda McCartney country pie with all the triimings 🙂

  183. Stacy Fenemore says:

    I have liked on facebook

  184. Jo says:

    twitter: josearleyy
    liked the ‘feeding boys and a firefighter’ facebook 🙂

  185. Jo says:

    liked the ‘feeding boys and a firefighter’ facebook 🙂

  186. Jo says:

    A leek and stilton pie that my mother, bless her, always made. We had a welshman that lived near us who had no family come and spend the day with us so he was never alone and I think she initially made it for him (in some kind of welsh leek stereotype).

    It sums up kindness warmth, and most importantly is so cheesy and delicious!

  187. Jo says:

    @josearleyy following @cookingkt on twitter 😀

  188. n hemley says:

    my favorite vegetarian Christmas dinner is
    potted stilton with pear and spinach filo torte

  189. n hemley says:

    have already clicked on like through face book

  190. Linda Gray says:

    I am not a vegetarian, however, my eldest daughter, Lisa has enjoyed my vegetarian cooking on Christmas day since the age of eleven (she is now thirtyone.) Her favourite Christmas dishes include home made stuffed mushrooms, goats cheese and savoury custard tartlets, nut roast with cinnamon carrots, brussel sprouts and roast potatoes and any rich chocolate dessert (she has a sweet tooth!) These are just a few of her favourites; the list is endless!

  191. helena haddock says:

    A nut roast, with all the trimmings

  192. Dawn Chapman says:

    got to be a nut roast complemented by lots of roasted veg and plenty of sprouts covered in cheese sauce!

  193. christine r says:

    I actually like a roast dinner without the meat – just lots of veg covered in grated cheese!

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  195. Lorraine Bishop says:

    Filo pastry pie with mushrooms, cheese (not sure which type) & leeks. My mum has made this for me for several years now and it just wouldn’t be Christmas without it now

  196. Lorraine Bishop says:

    tweeted message @cqbish

  197. Lorraine Bishop says:

    Following on twitter @cqbish

  198. Lorraine Bishop says:

    Liked Feeding Boys on Facebook

  199. stephen adams says:

    curry pot noodle with a sprig of holly on

  200. stephen adams says:

    following on twitter @stevejadams
    liking on facebook stephenjadams

  201. All the Christmas vegetables, put together to make a lovely Bubble and Squeak

  202. Following you on twitter with @phyllgerry

  203. Liked facebook page with ID Phyllis Ellett

  204. My favourite vegetarian Christmas meal has to be my famous home made three cheese and red onion sausages ~ Mmmmm !


  205. I have Tweeted your competition Tweet as @CRYSTALmse


  206. I’m already following @cookingkt on Twitter as @CRYSTALmse


  207. I’m already chums with Feeding Boys on Facebook as Crystal Mse


  208. To be honest I am such a fan of crisp roasted potatoes and all the lovely brussel sprouts, parsnips and swede etc that go with Christmas lunch that I am happy just to fill my plate with all that!

  209. I have tweeted as @auroradreaming

  210. I am already following you on twitter as @auroradreaming

  211. I have liked your lovely facebook page

  212. mmm im feeling hungry now thinking about christmas dinner. my mum makes me a stuffed pepper with rice and cheese and herbs and i have the usual veg and gravy.

  213. well, onion gravy anyway. i’ve tweeted too

  214. and ive followed, because i really want to try this roast! ive never seen it in the shops before.

  215. hassni says:

    Fried onions, sausages with mashed potato and vegetarian gravy. Big portions too!

  216. Christina says:

    Rosemary & Red Onion Sausages – delicious

  217. Laura Jones says:

    i love lots of my son in laws home grown veg of all types with some really nice red onion vegi sausages lovely!

  218. olivia kirby says:

    i follow you on twitter

  219. olivia kirby says:

    i like you on facebook too!

  220. olivia kirby says:

    i like to give my veggie family members a stuffed butternut squash, stuffed with jewelled couscous

  221. olivia kirby says:

    tweeted! olivia280177

  222. Sue Warr says:

    I think you can’t beat a nut roast for ANY occassion! You have to serve it with a huge plate of mixed vegetables (roast parsnip has always been my absolute favourite and my pregnancy craving of 20 years ago!). It also has to have the option of a cheese sauce for the cauliflower and broccolli)

  223. Karen says:

    I love vegetable pie for a vegetarian Christmas dinner

  224. Patricia Edwards says:

    Toad in the Hole with veggie sausages. Love the yorkshire

  225. Patricia Edwards says:

    Have tweeted @boywillie

  226. Patricia Edwards says:

    Following on twitter @boywillie

  227. Patricia Edwards says:

    Liking on Facebook

  228. Rob Clayton says:

    Walnut, Cranberry and wild mushroom pie served with the usual trmmings

  229. Laura says:

    Following on Facebook

  230. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Mushroom & vegetable pie

  231. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Have tweeted @Dwerrycat

  232. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Am following @cookingkt – @Dwerrycat

  233. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Already like like Feeding Boys on Facebook,

  234. ali thorpe says:

    I hate to be dull but I just have extra roasties, sprouts and yorkshire pud! For me, a roast dinner and Christmas dinner is all about crisp, tasty roast potatoes anyway!

  235. ali thorpe says:

    I have tweeted as @alicomps x

  236. ali thorpe says:

    I follow you on Twitter @alicomps x

  237. ali thorpe says:

    I am a fan on Facebook x

  238. Gillian Holmes says:

    Favourite veggie Christmas dinner is currently a nut roast spread with a spiced cranberry sauce

  239. Gillian Holmes says:

    Have tweeted @12kazuko12

  240. Gillian Holmes says:

    Followed on Twitter @12kazuko12

  241. Gillian Holmes says:

    Liked on facebook as Annabel Lee

  242. Karen McKinlay says:

    nut roast & veg

  243. Karen McKinlay says:

    I have liked Feeding Boys on Facebook,

  244. Sheri Darby says:

    My vegetarians love stuffed peppers for Christmas dinner

  245. Sheri Darby says:

    Have tweeted @sheridarby

  246. Sheri Darby says:

    Am following on Twitter @sheridarby

  247. Sheri Darby says:

    Like you on FaceBook too

  248. Pauline Dring says:

    home made glamorgan sausages, roast potatoes , lots of veg & gravy. Yum.

  249. lisa beattie says:

    My favourite veggie Christmas dinner is puff pastry parcel with spinach and ricotta cheese inside, served of course with sprouts and all the trimmings.

  250. ksenia zywczuk says:

    starter: carmalised red onion and goat cheese tart
    main: home made ravioli stuffed with parmeasan and spicy olive mix

  251. L P Mulligan says:

    A vegetarian roast is something different that never had the opportunity to eat before so bring it on!

  252. piper and daisy says:

    We usually have a quorn roast for christmas dinner surrounded by the usual trimmings, just adapted slightly. Our roast potatoes are done in vegetable oil, our stuffing is gluten free and veggie friendly, and of course we have carrots, mash and sprouts! We also have mince pies but these don’t have any suet in them and I also do a veggie trifle using carrageenan instead of gelatine for those who don’t like mince pies.
    Last year though we didn;t have our usual roast, instead I used quorn pieces and made pies of quorn, mushrooms and onion with a soya cream sauce. It was very, very yummy!

  253. piper and daisy says:

    have tweeted @piperanddaisy

  254. piper and daisy says:

    Already a twitter follower @piperanddaisy

  255. piper and daisy says:

    Already liked you on facebook as sue willshee @piperanddaisy

  256. Colette Mellor says:

    Lentil stew with all the seasonal vegetables (although the vegetarian roast sounds very appetising!)

  257. Colette Mellor says:

    Tweeted the giveaway on Twitter @littlelottee20

  258. Colette Mellor says:

    I’m a @cookingkt Twitter follower @littlelottee20

  259. Nancy Bradford says:

    I love a nice spinach pie (savoury) for my Christmas dinner.

  260. A filo parcel filled with whatever mushrooms, dried fruit, herbs and spices I have to hand!

  261. I already follow you on twitter @angiehoggett

  262. Linda Guest says:

    Stilton and walnut tart with roasted root veg and mash yum yum

  263. Diane says:

    Nut roast with vegetable gravy, roasted potatoes and buttered green beans.

  264. Linda Guest says:

    I’ve tweeted too

  265. sion gibby says:

    just liked your page via facebook!

  266. Kathrine Krogulec says:

    Mushroom Wellington

  267. Kathrine Krogulec says:

    following you on twitter @krog007

  268. Kathrine Krogulec says:

    liked you on facebook

  269. Kathrine Krogulec says:

    have tweeted @krog007

  270. Quorn and Nut roast with lots of roasted potatoes and vegetables with lashings of vegetarian gravy

  271. Ian Campbell says:

    My favourite vegetarian Christmas dinner is Wild Mushroom and Nut Roast, a sumptuous feat of delicious food (chestnuts, mushrooms, marsala bread, and shallots, just for starters!), and guaranteed to please the whole family.

  272. Ian Campbell says:

    I’ve tweeted the competition message. My Twitter username is @Ianthesunlover

  273. Ian Campbell says:

    I’m following @cookingkt on Twitter. My Twitter username is @Ianthesunlover

  274. Ian Campbell says:

    I’m liking the Feeding Boys and a Firefighter Facebook page (a lot 🙂 )

    My Facebook name is: Ian Campbell

  275. Catherine McAlinden says:

    For years I used to have Linda MCartneys Chilli Non Carne. Was gutted when they stopped making it, Christmas just isn’t the same. Now I just have something like Enchiladas.

  276. Catherine McAlinden says:

    Following on twitter @CMcAlin

  277. Catherine McAlinden says:

    Following on Facebook

  278. Kevin Mayers says:

    I love to have a nut roast with most of the usual vegetables, but chestnuts thrown in. I usually top this (apart from the chestnuts, which Iove) with either a little cranberry or mint sauce depending on my mood 🙂

  279. Kevin Mayers says:

    I’ve tweeted the message (!/eppytaff/status/141171126381449217 )

  280. Kevin Mayers says:

    I’m now following you on Twitter ( @eppytaff )

  281. Kevin Mayers says:

    I’m following Feeding Boys (& your firefighting husband, lol) on Facebook.
    FB name is Eppy Taff

  282. Adrian Clarke says:

    Carrots in blankets!
    The blankets are bored out spuds!

  283. Gwyneth says:

    My favourite is my sister-in-law’s home made nut roast with accompanying veg

  284. Gwyneth says:

    I’ve tweeted the competition message as @compingstar

  285. Gwyneth says:

    I’m following you on Twitter as @compingstar

  286. Gwyneth says:

    I’m following Feeding Boys on Facebook, user Gwyn Sharps

  287. silvia says:

    Egg tagliatelle with cream and porcini mushrooms, followed by roast vegetarian sausages with potatoes and, of course!, spouts,

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