Well, it’s that time of the year again – Christmas.
Chestnuts roasting on the fire, sprinkling reindeer dust on your front lawn, and the odd tipple (or three) of your favourite midnight cap.
However you spend your Christmas, it’s a time for friends, family, and food.
And opening your fifth present of Lynx Chocolate from Gran.
Here at Plyvine, we can’t believe how fast this year has gone. To think it’s been almost 12 months since we last brought you 14 Christmas Food Traditions From Around the World.
Now we’re bringing you something new to feast your eyes on.
Christmas is the only time of year where we pretend pigs in blankets are vegetables and Mike from HR is your best mate at the works do.
But it’s also a time when we feel like we need to take command of the kitchen once and for all.
No doubt the busiest room in your house during the Christmas festivities is the kitchen. It’s where you do your roasting, your last-minute preparation, and your frantic panic over the fact that you too will be forced into playing drunk Twister.
Let’s face it. If things go pudding-shaped in the kitchen, your family and extended guests will never forget it. It’ll be that Christmas party, and you’ll always be known as the host with the most mistakes.
Fret not. Christmas is for sharing, and we’re bringing you the best tips to help you get your kitchen in order for the big day.