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Too lazy to cook this Christmas?

No one need be turkeyless and down in heart this Christmas with so many options available

If you are the sort of person who heaves an idle sigh at the thought of wrapping another hundred pigs in blankets this festive season, then worry no more. Many venues are offering to relieve Cardiff’s reluctant chefs of the burden of Christmas cooking.

The expense of eating out, along with a universal dread of missing the Queen’s Speech (or at least Home Alone), means eating at home is still a popular option. Karen Purchase, one of the owners of frozen foods company Cook, said, “I just think it’s rather nice to spend Christmas at home and have the day with your family.”

Ordering dinner to your door can be a cost-effective way of having a luxurious Christmas lunch without having to lift a finger. 

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