You can’t ask me that: Do you want sprouts?
What are you having for Christmas dinner? Turkey? Beef? Nut roast? Yorkshire pudding with your chicken*? Forget the meat/not meat. If there’s one thing guaranteed to divide the nation on Christmas Day (apart from yet another repeat of Only Fools and Horses), it’s the question of brussels sprouts. Do you love them or loathe them? Are they an essential part of your family’s Christmas dinner or not?
The chances are, they will be on your Christmas table. Britons eat more sprouts than any other Europeans, with Barnsley in North Yorkshire being the nation’s unofficial sprout-eating capital, according to a 2015 survey by Morrisons.
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