EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY ...WITH US!

Daily Mail Weekend Magazine - - NEWS -

Christ­mas is com­ing! What bet­ter time to give you not one but two bril­liant fes­tive treats crammed with ev­ery­thing you need for the most de­li­cious hol­i­day ever. In the cen­tre of this mag­a­zine you’ll find an in­dis­pens­able eight-page pull­out fea­tur­ing the re­sults of the first ever Daily Mail Wine Awards – the 60 best-value bot­tles in the su­per­mar­kets right now across 20 cat­e­gories – plus a 12-page Nigella pull­out stuffed with her most fab­u­lous Christ­mas recipes.

The Wine Awards, held last month at Daily Mail HQ, saw our panel of ex­pert judges, in­clud­ing TV pre­sen­ter and wine buff Alexan­der Arm­strong, work their way through 160 bot­tles cho­sen from thou­sands by Week­end’s wine columnist Matthew Jukes for their su­pe­rior qual­ity and fan­tas­tic value. They whit­tled them down to the three best in 20 cat­e­gories, from English sparkling to pinot noir and ev­ery­thing in be­tween, and the re­sults pub­lished to­day will help you stock up your cel­lar for Christ­mas.

It’s 20 years since Nigella Law­son’s first book, How To Eat, caused a pub­lish­ing sen­sa­tion, and to cel­e­brate the an­niver­sary Nigella has helped us choose some of the best Christ­mas recipes from her two decades as a food writer. Her Spiced And Su­per-Juicy Roast Turkey is a clas­sic and to­day she shares the recipe – plus all the trim­mings – with you. But that’s not the only de­light. There’s a suc­cu­lent Rolled Stuffed Loin Of Pork, a mouth­wa­ter­ing Beet­root Or­zotto for veg­e­tar­i­ans and of course a tra­di­tional pud­ding and melt-in- the mouth mince pies. Nigella also gives her step-by-step count­down to Christ­mas din­ner, tak­ing all the stress out of cook­ing the big­gest meal of the year.

So pull out and keep the pages from the cen­tre of this mag­a­zine and let our ex­perts take care of all your fes­tive food and drink – you’re in for the most di­vine Christ­mas you’ve ever had!

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