This edible Christmas wreath is a beautiful, and healthy, centrepiece for your Christmas table.
Roast veges, herb roasted chicken, cheese and kale all mixed together with a hint of lemon...mmm
There are roast veggies and then there are these best-ever roast veggies! Lemon juice and rosemary give them a gorgeous flavour which go beautifully with any roast meat or fish. save any leftovers to make a tasty Spanish omelette for the next day.
Fresh, zesty and overflowing with flavour, this Thai seafood salad is a breeze to prepare and is bound to impress on Christmas Day. Prepare the marinade ahead of time, then its just a case of throwing the seafood on the barbie, a quick toss and lunch is served!
Asparagus isn't available all year round - but when it is, make the most of it and celebrate this delicate vegetable. Here's a simple side dish that pairs asparagus with bacon and potato. It's so good you might be tempted to give yourself a double helping and skip the rest of the meal.
Make the most of seasonal asparagus and serve it at your Christmas party this year. Barbecued and served on a wooden board, it sings of summer evenings and festive celebrations.
With only four ingredients to turn the humble spud into something truly delicious, this potato bake recipe has to be a winner. Layers of potato, onion and creamy make this hearty side which can easily be a main meal with the addition of a crisp, green salad.
Why serve plain bread with your Christmas lunch when you can present this beautiful home-baked wreath filled with caramelised onion, chorizo and feta? Let your guests pull it apart at the table and sink their teeth into the fresh warm bread.