My Weekly Special - - | Planning -

To most, the food is their favourite thing at Christ­mas, and with this comes great pres­sure. Whether it’s the main event on Christ­mas Day, the left­overs or just stop-gap meals, it’s im­por­tant to plan your fes­tive feasts. The first step should al­ways be how many peo­ple you’re cook­ing for. Sim­ply El­e­gant (www. sim­plyel­e­gant­ has a good guide on how to split up your por­tions when host­ing an event. From there, it’s im­por­tant to fig­ure out how of­ten you’ll be cook­ing, mean­ing you’re not spend­ing all your time in the kitchen. The last step should be break­ing down cook­ing times, mean­ing you won’t be burn­ing any sprouts or peas. Get­ting cook­ing times down to the minute might not be the most ex­cit­ing thing to do in the world but it will be a big help on Christ­mas Day.

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