The sheer joy of Christmas, an excuse (if we ever needed one?) to eat, drink and be merry! The opportunity to be with friends and family and celebrate together. Sometimes though, cooking during the festive season can seem a bit overwhelming and we could all do with a bit of inspiration.
Why not try Nigella's turkey alternatives with a Christmas Ham recipe? If you're bored with brussel sprouts have a look at these exciting Christmas side dishes or if Christmas pudding is just not your thing try these delicious Christmas desserts.
So, whether you are planning a four-course Christmas dinner extravaganza, a Christmas cocktail party or are making your first ever Christmas cake or Christmas pudding, Nigella has the recipes to make your Christmas as simple, delicious and stress-free as possible.
Wishing you a very Happy Christmas!
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