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My kitchen is a-twinkling with fairy lights and filled with the smells of Christmas baking (so much better than scented candles) and I hope that the season for you is one of joy rather than stressful trepidation. I certainly aim to ease, and the site is full of recipes that are as simple as they are seasonal. To all of you, my faithful friends on nigella.com, I wish most Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! Read on
This month’s cookalong looks to France for its festive feeling, in the form of a Yule Log. In order to win a signed copy of one of Nigella’s books, please make and upload a photograph of your version of a Yule Log, decorating and styling as you wish. We will judge all entries and choose a winner. Get baking!
"Chewing parsley is great for getting rid of the garlic breath, of course it is de rigeur here in France, don't forget to check your teeth for green bits before you start to converse…"
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