A crème brûlée is in simple terms a ramekin filled with a set custard, topped with a layer of sugar which is then burnt (“brûlée”) to a crispy caramel using either a blowtorch or the grill. This one adds spices and rum to increase the festive spirit.
Eggnog is like a boozy, nutmeg scented custard. It’s delicious drank on its own or added to coffee as an indulgent treat.
This cake – shaped like a ring of Christmas trees – is bound to turn heads and impress any guests over the Holiday period. It’s deliciously moist and full of seasonal flavour!
Hampers undeniably make a great Christmas present. They’re great for both the buyer and the recipient, the latter of which enjoying the surprise element of the hamper itself and then the contents. But with so many different hampers to choose from, which hamper should you give?
This limoncello recipe is so simple you won’t believe it. It’ll make a great Christmas present for a loved one!
I realise that what I’m about to type will make a lot of you think I’m disgusting. You’ll wonder how anybody can admit to such a thing, and probably despise me for it. But I have to get it out of my system, so here goes: I like sprouts.
What I don’t love though, is the after effect. Just why do sprouts make you fart?
This guide features hand-picked recipes from the Real Epicurean archives, from traditional Christmas Cake to not-so-traditional Pine Needle Vinegar and has a little something for everybody.
Forman & Field has a renowned history, with a legacy as a salmon smoker dating back over 100 years. Supplying some of the countries best restaurants their food quality is a league above the competition, and raises the bar for other suppliers to aspire to.
I know the feeling. It’s almost Christmas (or gone Christmas, depending upon when you’re reading this) and you still haven’t decided what to cook. Never fear, what follows is 10 of our quickest and easiest but most delicious Christmas recipes!