This recipe keeps your turkey moist and full of flavour. You can also use this recipe for chicken.
Serve this stuffed "tofu-turkey" to the vegetarians at Christmas or Easter or any special occasion. You may have trouble keeping the meat eaters away!
We worked out the other day this recipe is probably from around 1890. They used breadcrumbs to pad it out back then and my mother-in-law still does that. It tastes fantastic. Best if you can make it two weeks ahead.
Our family makes this shortbread recipe every year at Christmas time to give to family and friends. Use exact measurements. I used mostly small metal star biscuit cutters, with some large biscuit cutters such as the Christmas tree and Christmas bell. This recipe can be made two weeks ahead. Suitable to freeze. Not suitable to microwave. Store in an airtight container.
This is my friend Felicity's mother's pudding recipe. She's been making it for over 40 years. They boil it in metal drums on the barbie outside and make a big family day out of it. Great served with Brandy Custard
Although Christmas comes in our summer, it can be pleasant to serve a traditional warm drink as a nightcap.
This is a deliciously light, creamy and sophisticated little dessert that was once known as Syllabub, it is like a rich, creamy, lemon alcoholic mousse.
This is an old family recipe that originates from Yorkshire England but this pudding is 'steamed' in the oven.
This is an incredible stew that is so filling! Fills 6 hungry tummy with ease. Use about 28cm deep oven safe pot/dish for this one.
My mum cooked this once for Christmas and I got the recipe off her. It's a delicious ham but is simple to prepare and looks great when you bring it out.
This is out of my mum's recipe diary, it's a favorite for cooler months although she would make it year round. It's delicious and although some include sultanas - I've left these out because I don't like them. If you do add them - sprinkle them in-between the bread before you pour on the mixture.
The classic British dessert, made with white bread, eggs, milk, nutmeg and either sultanas or currant.
This hot punch is great for an autumn party or a Christmas in July. It smells just as good as it tastes.
I love apple crumble. Even more than apple pie. After many years of trial and error and amalgamating other recipes I think I've finally perfected it! Or to the delight of my taste buds anyway.
Serve this delicious roast leg of pork with roast potatoes, apple sauce and green veg like beans or broccoli.