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Tips for Planning Christmas Dinner

[ad_1] Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash When it comes to cooking Christmas Dinner, you can never be too prepared! There are loads of simple things you can do in advance to take the stresses out of being chief cook on Christmas Day. Believe me, I’ve got it down to a fine art having cooked many a Christmas Dinner over the years. I think the cook should be able to enjoy the day too, so I try to work out…

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Gin and Tonic Truffles Recipe with White Chocolate

[ad_1] In collaboration with Waitrose Gin and Tonic Truffles – the perfect homemade Christmas gift. Ideal for a gin or chocolate lover in your life! What’s better than gin and tonic? Gin and tonic AND chocolate. Who knew?! I’ve been planning my festive food gift making for weeks, including batches of my Cookies and Cream Slow Cooker Fudge, but fancied making something a little more grown up for my girlfriends. This is the last of my recipes for Waitrose as…

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Shine for Shelterbox

[ad_1] I don’t put much personal stuff on here but today it’s relevant, so here goes. You won’t know, unless we hang out in real life (and probably not even then), that I live with this bastard called anxiety. I say ‘live with’ rather than ‘suffer from’ because I spent many years working with people with chronic illnesses and had it drilled into me that it’s really not appropriate to say people are suffering when you don’t know they actually…

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The Real Greek: opens in Cabot Circus on November 23rd – Bristol Bites

[ad_1]     As of 6pm on November 23rd, The Real Greek is open for hungry diners in Cabot Circus, serving up a wide variety of traditional Greek cuisine for everyone to enjoy. Located next to the Showcase Cinema, the Bristol branch of The Real Greek is one of 15 across the country. Seating up to 80 people, expect a Greek-inspired interior, and an experience that’s designed to recreate the relaxed Mediterranean traditions of eating. On the menu, you’ll find a…

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Christmas Cracker Festive Turkey Fajitas Recipe

[ad_1] I’m kicking of the countdown to Christmas here on the Eats Amazing blog with a fun festive fajita recipe today! Fajitas might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to Christmas food, but my fun and creative spin on this classic family meal is perfect for family friendly party food and dinner parties from the run up to Christmas right through to the New Year. It has a simple child friendly marinade that’s mild enough…

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Easy Healthy Banana Ice Cream (without machine)

[ad_1] Make Easy Healthy Banana Ice Cream without an ice cream maker! Simply blitz frozen bananas in a food processor until you have a creamy healthy ice cream. There’s no need for an ice cream machine for this recipe. I know what you’re thinking. Healthy ice cream? Ice cream for breakfast? What is this lady talking about? The Only Easy Healthy Banana Ice Cream Recipe You’ll Need Well, before I go any further, I should clarify that this isn’t an ice…

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14 Festive Chocolate Recipes and December’s #WeShouldCocoa Link-up

[ad_1] 14 Festive Chocolate Recipes and December’s #WeShouldCocoa Link-up November is generally my least favourite month of the year. However, we’ve had some wonderful weather here in the New Forest and the autumn colour on the trees is one of the best I’ve ever seen. Lots of cold crisp weather with blue skies and stunning sunrises and sunsets puts a real spring in my step. To make life even better, lots of lovely comfort recipes have been rolling in. And,…

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Review: Book & Brunch Sundays at the Lowndes Bar & Kitchen – Cooksister

[ad_1] Who can tell me what the following words all have in common? smog liger bromance glamping pluot advertorial chocoholic Brangelina Anybody? Would it help if I said the clue was a French word portmanteau: a case or bag for carrying clothes that usually opens up into two equally sized compartments? The clue’s in the two… because, you see, all the above words are in fact portmanteau words – a linguistic blend of words in which parts of two or more existing…

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Sweet Potato & Black Turtle Bean Curry

[ad_1] As it’s World Vegan Day, we thought we’d share with you a new recipe from our Chef David Stone from etc Monument for a sweet potato & black turtle bean curry. You won’t miss the meat in this dish as the beans & potatoes make it super filling! Vegans and non-vegans – give it a go and let us know what you think!   Ingredients: 1 sweet potato 100g pre cooked black turtle beans 1 onion 2 garlic 2…

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Instant Pot Amaretto Mincemeat – Every Nook & Cranny

[ad_1] Ah, it’s that time of year again! Time to make a fresh batch of mincemeat to fill my homemade mince pies with throughout the festive season ahead. The word “mincemeat” is a throwback to Victorian times when these rich, spiced and fruited pies actually contained cubes of meat but now modern recipes shirk both the meat and frequently the suet as well so the only resemblance it has is in appearance, not content. But no matter, don’t let the…

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