Cinnamon and Maple Oat Cookies

From: Rachel Allen: All Things Sweet

You may never buy a pack again!

Fluffy Blueberry Pancakes with Maple Syrup

From: Rachel Allen: All Things Sweet

Serve the pancakes on a warm plate dusted with icing sugar and drizzled with maple syrup.

Chocolate, Pear and Rosemary Tart

From: Today

You'll only need a small slice of this, honest! This is also well-received when you invite your friends over for something sweet and serve this with coffee and your favourite liqueur.

MacNean Chocolate & Coole Swan Truffles

From: Today

These truffles will keep well in the fridge for up to one week in an airtight container.

Brussels Sprout, Red Onion and Bacon Crumble

From: Today

If you are not a fan of Brussels sprouts try using thickly sliced leeks with broccoli or cauliflower instead. This will also make a good vegetarian option for Christmas lunch if you leave out the bacon.

Knockdrinna Farmhouse Cheese Soufflés with Pear Salad And Walnuts

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

These make a very elegant cheese course and are quite easy to prepare. You can make these ahead of time and they will puff up again when you place them back in the oven.

Trout En Papillote

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Have separate bowls of steamed green beans and steamed new potatoes to hand around separately.

Old-fashioned Roast Turkey with Fresh Herb Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce and Bread Sauce

From: Today

Turkey is now available all year round but I associate this dish with Christmas. This is my favourite roast stuffed turkey recipe. You may think the stuffing seems dull because it doesn't include exotic-sounding ingredients like chestnuts and spiced sausage meat, but in fact it is moist and full of the flavour of fresh herbs and the turkey juices. Cook a chicken in exactly the same way but use one-quarter of the stuffing quantity given.

Melchior Mule

From: Today

Touch, toast, sip, savour and….enjoy!




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