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Food plays a very important part in the season of Goodwill and Festive Cheer. Christmas is a time of giving and sharing and, so having friends and family over to share a table which is laden with rich, lavish food is part of what we perceive Christmas is all about. Although all good cooks enjoy the preparation and planning that goes hand-in-hand with this time of year, they also know the benefit of forward planning so that they too can enjoy the festivities and not spend all their time in the kitchen. Here we have a selection of recipes from around the globe which we hope will help you to prepare for Christmas and that you, and all your family and friends will enjoy too.
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Liver Pâté always makes a delicious starter to a meal and can be served in small pots or a scoop on the plate and then garnished with a lemon wedge and a selection of salad leaves. This pate is also delicious as a lunch dish, for picnics or just a cosy T.V. snack.
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Slice the potatoes thinly on a manoline or in a food processor and arrange a layer of the potato slices in the bottom of the dish. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and nutmeg and a little of the grated cheese.
Read how to finish off your French style potatoes and and find all other Accompaniments and Vegetarian Dishes Here
Roast Turkey is the Classic main course for Christmas. A favourite in many homes and served with stuffing, roast potatoes, Brussel sprouts, Chestnuts, bacon rolls and rich gravy.
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This is a traditional French cake baked for Christmas time. Decorations vary but the cake is always a light sponge rolled and filled with chocolate buttercream – also coffee flavour or nut-buttercream can be used.
Find out the how to cook your Bûche de Noël here as well as all other Cakes, Puddings and Deserts
Adding butter to drinks may seem a little odd but it is a practice that has been used for hundreds of years. By making a spiced butter beforehand it will bring an extra quality to a hot, warming drink. For these buttered spirits you can use Whisky, Brandy or Rum all are equally delicious.
Find out how to make your Hot Buttered Spirit drinks here as well as find all other Celebratory Drinks
Traditional Speciality Christmas baking recipes from the City of Dornbirn Vorarlberg Austria , these are recipes which have been handed through generations. Frau Anna Maria Wehinger held a cookery school at the turn of the last century and wrote her first cookery book containing 181 recipes, this, she later expanded on and in 1924, two years after her death her son brought out a cook book containg 1000 recipes, this was a best-seller .
Anna Maria Wehinger ( 2 June 1853 in Gestratz ; † 4 May 1922 in Dornbirn ), was the daughter of Augustin Kirchmann “In Franzebube in Ried.” In 1889, she led one of the first German speaking cooking and housekeeping schools and also wrote the historically well-known “Dornbirner cookbook” . To read more and see the recipes “Click Here”
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