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New Christmas dinner calculator that could save you hours in the kitchen

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Christmas is widely considered one of the most joyous times of the year, especially when it's spent surrounded by the company of loved ones.But there are many aspects of the festive seasons that can invoke a lot of stress - particularly when it comes to cooking the all-important Christmas dinner.Getting to grips with all the different dishes and the time they all take to cook is enough to make anyone stressed out.

But it doesn't have to ruin your day, as there's a simple solution that's been launched by the experts at Campbells Meat.The pros have created an online Christmas dinner calculator that is said to save people up to two hours in the kitchen this Christmas.A new survey that was carried out by the online butchers revealed that two-thirds of people in the UK (66%) spend over two hours cooking Christmas dinner, with the average time spent cooking being 2.7 hours.However, there’s no need to spend that much time away from your family and friends or chilling out on the sofa, as you can use the calculator to really nail your timings and maximise your downtime.

Stevie Cheape, head chef at Campbells Meat, said “Cooking for your family and friends on Christmas Day can be quite stressful, with lots of moving parts the dedicated chef for the day can end up spending a lot of time in the kitchen and not around the tree. “We have created a Christmas dinner calculator that will help families save time in the kitchen.

Simply input your chosen Christmas meat, vegetables and sides, select your serving time and watch the calculator create your step-by-step timing chart. “The Christmas timing guide states it should only take up to 1.5 hours to prepare and cook your Christmas dinner after you’ve let your meat cook for a set amount of

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