Here, we share two clever little skills to help you master this classic Christmas pudding recipe. Firstly, how to secure your board for a marathon of chopping fruit and nuts, secondly how to light the pudding safely! How to secure your chopping board Keep your fingers safe whenever you’re using a knife in the kitchen Read the full article…
Carve your turkey at the table or do it behind the scenes and bring your platter of perfectly sliced meat to the table
We’re bang in the middle of summer, and Christmas should be the last thing on our minds… unless you’re a gardener! In late July and early August there’s still time to put a few veg in the ground, ready to reap the rewards of a homegrown dinner come Christmas.
To help you get your roast meats spot-on every time, we’ve created a super-useful chart to guide you, covering all the big-hitters, including turkey, duck, goose, chicken, beef, pork, and last but not least, lamb.
There are fewer things more daunting than staring at a gigantic, naked turkey on Christmas morning, especially if you’ve never cooked one before. But it doesn’t have to be all Nightmare Before Christmas! We’re here so that when your guests start arriving on the big day, you aren’t flapping about your bird being raw or undercooked.
Thinking of trading in turkey for an alternative festive centrepiece? Deliciously sweet and salty roast ham could be the showstopper you’re looking for.
We’ve worked out a time plan for you if you want to cook up all of the main course recipes from Jamie’s new TV show, Jamie’s Night Before Christmas, this year.
Whether you’re a seasoned vegetarian looking for fresh inspiration, or you’re after some new ideas to feed veggie guests, we’ve got loads of lovely recipes to keep things exciting this Christmas. Here’s our pick of the crop…
This eggnog recipe is incredibly special. It’s super flavourful and doesn’t just taste like sweet milk, and the holidays just aren’t the holidays without it.