This is a vegetarian nut loaf that is great for Christmas or Easter, a Sunday lunch or any of those times when a meat roast is traditional. It's got a real "meaty" taste. This also includes a recipe for mushroom sauce/gravy. The original sauce recipe said to strain the sauce before serving but I prefer to just serve as it is-chunky and tasty!
Recipe by: cassandra
This is a nice recipe all year around but seems really good at Christmas when the chocolate and brandy really match the season's flavours.
Recipe by: Pink
This was my mum's recipe and we all thought we were very posh eating this instead of ham on Christmas day. It looks and tasted just delicious.
Recipe by: JaneyK
This is the real deal - a tiramisu recipe that has you baking the sponge fingers yourself before assembly. It really is worth it!
Recipe by: Emily B.
A creamy version of a sweet pumpkin pie. Don't knock this till you've tried it! Makes a great winter dessert pie or Christmas in July treat.
Recipe by: dbubbles84
An excellent side dish for roast dinners or you could stir in some tinned cannellini bean to make a vegetarian dinner. The magic is in these cheese sauce - so once you've got that down you can add any other veggies to the dish you would like.
Recipe by: Ita
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.
Recipe by: PetiteMiam
My mother used to make this all the time, usually to go with Sunday dinner. I was hooked. Haven't had it in ages and I was wanting to bake something special for a special someone so I asked mum for the recipe. Tried it out today, and it's just as I remember. The thing that makes it for me is the frangipane. Hope you like it as much as I do.
Recipe by: WURZELTREE
This stuffing is great for chicken and turkey but you could also use it to stuff vegetables or tofu and substitute the chicken stock with vegetable stock to make it vegetarian.
Recipe by: Tamara Furst
The classic dinner party dessert, you don't need a blowtorch to make great creme brulee. Just do it under the griller.
Recipe by: Karen