For a large number of countries the big culinary focus and main celebrations of the festive season are actually held on Christmas Eve.
Many accompaniments to the traditional roast are harvestable now but some peaked early, and forward planning is needed for their inclusion.
Gingerbread is the perfect thing to bake with kids. It’s easy to make, and the real fun starts when baking normal cookies gets boring.
Pannetone can be a really time-consuming process and I haven’t even got a pannetone tin, so what about a pannetone-inspired Christmas loaf?
The festive period is the perfect time to set aside a morning to kick back, relax and treat yourself to a lie-in followed by a lazy brunch.
The last couple weeks I’ve been running through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, and the standard of cooking really has blown me away.
We love ginger, and, luckily for us, ginger – and more specifically gingerbread – is pretty much synonymous with Christmas.
If you don’t fancy following the latest fad diet in the New Year but want to still enjoy yourself this Christmas, look no further!
Ever wished that you knew which kind of bubbles to buy for Christmas? Well, here’s the simple guide to picking the perfect sparkling tipple.