A pan of warming, spiced mulled wine (also called Gluhwein) is dead simple to make – it’s the taste of Christmas in a glass. The classic recipe is a celebration of traditional festive spices, like cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.
We might pretend that turkey is the biggest event of Christmas dinner… but we all know that roast potatoes are what make or break your festive feast!
Stuffing is one of those brilliant dishes that transforms your average roast dinner into something really special. It’s a real mixture of textures, flavours and colours. Too many of us think of it as just a Christmas dish – but stuffing is awesome at any time of year! Check out Jamie’s go-to stuffing method, here.
Gingerbread has been enjoyed in Britain since the Middle Ages, although the recipe has evolved quite a lot since then! And Queen Elizabeth I would give beautifully crafted figures made from expensive ginger dough to her guests.
Whether you’re indulging in a chocolate egg, whipping up an afternoon bake or creating an Easter Sunday dessert, Easter goes hand-in-hand with sweet treats.
You can’t beat the smooth, creamy moreishness of quality dulce de leche, especially when you’ve made it yourself. This indulgent sweet treat requires a little love and attention, but trust us, the reward is well worth the effort.
Rather than consign them to the back of the cupboard, why not turn your leftover chocolatey treats into delicious cakes and bakes instead? Here are six of our favourite chocolate-inspired recipes.
Easter wouldn’t be easter without a chocolate egg, but why not break with tradition and make your own this year?
In a gesture of respect to all the mums and special women in our lives, Mother’s Day is the time to really put some effort in. So setting up an afternoon tea where your mum can put her feet up and relax is always sure to go down well. Set the biscuit tin aside and Read the full article…