Having the right selection of drinks on hand is key to making your Christmas dinner or party a big success. Take a look at my pick of this year’s festive drinks.
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a glass of mulled wine, like this deliciously warming version inspired by the Italian Vin Brûlé
Don’t forget the drivers this festive season! My Festive Fizz mocktail is perfect for Christmas Day or toasting the New Year.
Are you planning a get-together over the festive period? Feel Good Drinks make a refreshing alcohol-free drinks option.
Sweet and crunchy with a delicious nutty dressing, this #recipe for #Winter Slaw is a great addition to your table throughout the colder months.
There are only so many turkey sandwiches you can eat. So this quick and easy turkey stir fry is a great way to use up your Christmas leftovers.
Did you know that you could be still be over the limit the morning after a festive night out? My delicious and simple Christmas mocktails will give designated drivers a more interesting choice of drinks.
This Giveaway is now closed and the winner is Kim P., from Bridgnorth in Shropshire – congratulations! Pretty much any cake is good, but cake that turns up through your letterbox? That sounds even better! Read on to find out about Baker Days Letterbox Cakes.
Last Friday night I travelled to Manchester for The Co-operative’s Taste of Christmas bloggers’ event. I ate yummy food, drank delicious wine, and met lovely bloggers – who could ask for more?
Just a quick heads-up that this week I am guest posting over at Mrs Crafty B with a delicious Christmas cake recipe.