It tasted much as I remembered. I would have been happy without the burger, as the overriding taste I remember was the cheese and the gherkin.
Half an hour later, I started to have indigestion. I mentioned it to OB2 who started to laugh as he admitted having trouble too.
I guess it'll be another 20 years before I try it again.
The worktop looked great, and was - as expected - a smidgeon too long really. We decided to fit it the following day, and we'd deal with the extra length etc after Christmas.
OB2 arrived on Christmas Eve to help DH fit the worktop. (DH has a broken rib and a fractured vertebra and is wearing a back brace, so has limited movement). We measured for leg positioning. We considered. We discussed whether to do the cutting now, or to wait. In the end, we got the worktop outside so it could be cut to the better length AND have the corners rounded. Poor OB2 was with us for several hours - but the result was fantastic.
Meanwhile, I got on with makig mince pies and palmiers to eat; and then I made the light goose gravy, Red Cabbage, and the gingerbread stuffing ready for the next day.
We delivered some of our neighbours cards, but I didn't get as far as my friend's house. Bit of a shame as I'd actually embroidered a card for them. Never mind!