I am feeling so into the Christmas spirit and the moment, and with that I can't stop thinking about all the yummy goodies that I love to cook at Christmas.
So this week Tuesday Ten is all about good Christmas food. Yum! Prepare to feel very, very hungry.
Gingerbread men, always a fave for young and old, and a blast for kids to help decorate. This recipe is a goodie
How great would this look on the christmas table. I am in love! Find the recipe and how to here.
I always make pancakes for Christmas breakfast. I usually use this recipe. I serve mine with banana, strawberries, raspberries, icecream and maple syrup. So good.
I just love baked ham. So good. This recipe is similar to mine, I use cointreau, brown sugar, a little freshly squeezed orange juice and marmalade. I score the ham and cover it in cloves in the corner of each diamond. I coat it in the super yummy glaze and then baste it ever half hour. It smells, looks and tastes devine!
Again this is similar to how I do mine, I use pinenuts instead of walnut and don't use prunes. I also half fill the pan with water to keep the turkey moist and use butter instead of olive oil on the skin of the turkey.
I always make roast veg to go with lunch. It just doesn't seem the same to me having cold sides. Even in our crazy summer heat, I still love cooking it!
I also love to make cauliflower and broccoli cheese. My kids (and me!) just love this!
We always have a pavlova for dessert at Christmas. We top ours with banana, strawberry and passionfruit pulp. Yum. This recipe looks really delish.
Todd is also really fond of having pineapple meringue pie, and this recipe I might just try out this year.
And last but definitely not least, my mum always makes me cheese shortbread. She only ever cooks them at Christmas and I honestly can't remember a Christmas without them. Try this recipe. Delish.
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