No. 40 - December 2005
This will be the last newsletter for 2005. As usual I'll be taking a break, so the next newsletter won't be sent out until the 1st week in February. This year has seen a substantial increase in visitors to the site, despite the technical difficulties we experienced earlier in the year and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support during 2005 and hopefully, your continued support for 2006. Seasons Greetings and very best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
Happy Cooking !
Florence Sandeman, Editor
It's Party Time!
For many of us, December sees the beginning of the party season when friends and family get together in intimate and large gatherings. If you can afford to spend a few hours the day before for shopping and preparation, you can throw a party to rival any.
Click the pictures to find Information plus lots of recipes
Marsala, Port and Sherry
The Perfect Turkey
How many times have you been served (or served) turkey which is bland and dry? Worse still, how many times have you had to wait because the bird wasn't cooked in time? We tell you how to buy, prepare and cook the perfect succulent flavoursome turkey on Christmas day including allowances and timings PLUS some wonderful recipes for using up the leftovers....if you have any!
Same old Story?
Fancy a change this year? There are so many wonderful alternatives. How about a traditional roast goose or venison? And what if you're catering for vegetarians? We've got lots of recipes for starters, main courses, side dishes and desserts as well as other seasonal ideas for drinks and home made edible gifts.
With all that food in mind, let's not forget about the drink. Champagne is always nice at festivities, but why not try some other traditional drinks such as Christmas Wassail or buttered rum. And there's always cocktails!
New Year with a difference
Why not try out traditional recipes served at New year from around the world.... and learn how to say "Happy New Year" in that country's language.
Culinary Christmas Gifts from Recipes4us.
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What's in Season
Apples, Beetroot, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Chestnuts, Courgettes, Cranberries, Leeks, Onions, parsnips, Pears, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Perpetual Spinach, Squash, Turnips, Vegetable Marrow, Walnuts
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