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Be quick to fill your glass with a half price bottle of Bordeaux.
I'm cooking lunch on Christmas Day – and all the family are planning to descend.
Guilt-free and guaranteed to keep you on your feet over Christmas week – these wines are light, refreshing and ‘made for your lips, not hips’. So they say.
Roast for 30-35 minutes until golden and tender, adding the rosemary leaves halfway through the cooking time. Drizzle over the honey; toss to coat the vegetables.
For one day we will be merry ... you can start worrying again on Boxing Day. Here’s a fact, with the pound dropping like Christmas tree needles, 95 per cent of our Christmas dinner will consist of British products.
The heat is on to deliver that perfect Christmas gift.
Take comfort in wine – either by drinking it or giving it away.
These are the Rolls Royce of mince pies, the lightest pastry – more like shortbread.
They call it super squash because the butternut variety boasts all that’s good for you, such as vitamins and beta-carotene.
Pickles and preserves help to give the cold cuts on Boxing Day an added zing.
‘No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds, November’.
Thomas Hood might have added to a 2008 version of his poem... no money.