I believe I may have promised faithfully, at the beginning of the year, to update my blog much more regularly than I have done in previous years. Looking back over the past year, this does not appear to have transpired in the way that I would have hoped! In 2018, I shall endeavour to post more regular updates on the goings-on here at Indigo HQ...
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This Christmas has been a particularly busy period. I cooked Christmas Dinner for five people on Boxing Day, which appeared to go down well.
And that made me wonder, just what form the traditional Christmas Dinner takes in other countries around Europe and further afield. I found this article in the Independent, where everything sounded so delicious and I would definitely give them a try. But am I the only one amongst us who would find it hard to break with the Christmas traditions with which I grew up and try something new?
As we hurtle rapidly towards the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018, I know that many people around Europe will be indulging in the annual tv event that is Dinner for One - I remember my German friends sending it to me on a VHS video tape, many moons ago, and wondering why, as a short film in English, this has been enjoyed by so many people around Europe whilst still being largely unknown here in the United Kingdom!
Have you seen it before? Does it form part of your festive traditions? How do you spend New Year's Eve?
Whatever you do, I wish you a very Happy New Year and look forward to working with many more of you in 2018!