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Christmas Dinner: Does anyone actually like Christmas pudding? It has a habit of making it onto the dining table every December 25 but would we all be happier with a bit of trifle?

Byline: Simon Duke

So we've asked you if Yorkshire Puddings or are a yay or nay for Christmas Day, which has become quite the talking point.

So now that that's given us some food for thought, we've got another Christmas cuisine burning question for you to answer.

Like mince pies, many people swear by a bit of Christmas pudding over the festive period -- especially with a helping of piping hot custard but others have a relationship akin to fruit cake with it.

Just because it's the done thing, do we really need to eat it? Surely we'd all prefer a bit of chocolate trifle or Vienetta after turkey and the trimmings?

Give us your thoughts on the matter by taking part in our poll.

Rather aptly you've got until Christmas Eve to give us your answer.

Does anyone actually like Christmas pudding?

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Title Annotation:What's On
Publication:The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England)
Date:Dec 19, 2014
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