A History of the Christmas PuddingOne of the most perennial symbols of the festive season, the Christmas pudding has a history that stretches back to medieval times
Recycling Christmas Day LeftoversSalvaging the leftovers on Boxing Day serves as a minor reprieve for the post-holiday blues—get inspired by our delicious leftover meal concepts
Chocolate on the Christmas tableLeonidas Chocolates speaks to Drinks Hamper on the how to pick the best types of chocolates for Christmas, whether as a gift or just a treat for family & guests.
Canapés for ChristmasParty season has well and truly arrived, and what would it be without the festive canapé?
Hosting Christmas DinnerTackle Christmas dinner like a pro with our helpful guide for a magical day to remember
Slow FoodIn this fast-moving, modern world, the value of something is often judged by how quickly we can get our hands on it. However, the movement of those going against the grain is growing, and the Slow Food Alliance is at the fore.
Bi-CaillouBi-Caillou is an ash-coated raw goat’s milk cheese that is soft, fresh and melt-in-the-mouth delicious.
Cone de Port AubryCone de Port Aubry not only tastes fantastic but looks wonderful too, with its distinctive conical shape unique among cheeses.
Indulge in Fine FoodsChristmastime is the perfect occasion to treat yourself—and your nearest and dearest—to some luxury food and drink
Learning to cook with James MartinJames gives us some of his top tips in The Kitchen, so if you can’t make the day, make the most of what he has to say when it comes to cooking.
Chewton Glen’s Cooking GuideWe speak with the organisers at Chewton Glen about their innovative cookery school—The Kitchen—and the involvement of James Martin with the scheme.
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