Xmas and New year!!!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Yes, It’s that time of year again… the so long awaited throughout the year,  Festive Season! Tradition, Christmas market, lights in the windows, gifts under the tree, turkey dinners, family and friends time, colors and decoration, letters to Santa Claus and of course, food! The best recipes, roast, cinnamon, champagne and bubbles…

                                                                                       … Ev’rywhere you go…”

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Here at home wouldn’t be any different… we love this season. We try to enjoy the most out of the period, especially when it comes to food & drink.

Following we will share with you some moments:

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New Year’s Eve

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Pork Loin marinated in white wine, Honey Roast Ham, and stuffing apple.

Traditional Christmas dinner

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Turkey roll with Christmas crumble topping and sage and onion stuffing. Recipe by Tom Kerridge

Happy Days! Dessert time

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Homemade victoria sponge cake and cherry topping and a selection of Fine Dessert. Madeira wine was my choice.

Next Day Brunch

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             Scrambled eggs, asparagus and pancetta – espresso and bubbles!

Hope you had a happy jolly Christmas and a wonderful 2016.

6 Comments
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    May 7, 2016 at 8:44 pm Reply

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    • an9ysw

      May 21, 2016 at 7:23 pm Reply

      Thank you so much. Still early days here, hope you enjoy. Best, Marlon

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