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Tag Archives: Christmas
Day 28 in the 2016 VeganMoFo: Holiday Bake Day! – What are you planning on baking over the winter holidays? Do you make cake, or cookies? Or something savoury? I’ll be making a vegan nut wellington for Christmas dinner this … Continue reading
I do understand why some people say they don’t like Christmas pudding. No one likes a dry, crumbly boring, tasteless pud but this one is dark, rich, boozy and full of Christmas spirit – literally. It’s very easy – you … Continue reading
I made Miyoko Schinner’s UnTurkey! It has to be the strangest thing I have ever cooked and I’m not sure I’ll do it again for a while but unless my good friends are liars… (and I am sure they are … Continue reading
I missed stir-up Sunday last weekend, then worked most of this weekend so I didn’t get around to making our Christmas pudding until today. The recipe is adapted from one my fella made up years ago. Each year I tweak it … Continue reading
Recent figures published by Defra in October 2014 showed that around 17 million turkeys were slaughtered in the UK over the previous 12 months. That number of people could fill Wembley Stadium nearly 200 times over! The majority of these … Continue reading