If you’re snowed in or just in need of some warming comfort food in the freezing cold weather, Phil Vickery’s here with an easy one-pot meal - sausage and bean casserole with mustard mash.
And with luck, you won’t even need to brave the cold for a trip to the supermarket, because the ingredients are all store cupboard staples or things you hopefully already have in the fridge.
Phil Vickery whips up a roast sirloin of beef with all the trimmings alongside his perfect Yorkshire puddings. And speaking of puddings, Phil shows chocoholic Dawn French how to create a deliciously naughty ‘melt in the middle’ Chocolate fondant.
Phil travels to one of Europe’s most spectacular locations, the Jungfraujoch viewing platform in Austria. While there he cooks up a festive dish, perfect for your Christmas starter.
Nadiya Hussain's back with an impressive pudding that's perfect for everyone to share this Christmas.
The delicious wintry dish has so many layers to delve through – creamy custard, tangy jam and snowy meringue mountain peaks.
Once you've carved that turkey and helped yourself to the ham, the vegetables can seem a bit of an after-thought at Christmas, but Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is on a one-man mission to make them more than just a bit on the side. Here are his vegetarian - and vegan - festive dishes for Christmas...
We’ve been in the Christmas spirit all morning - and now we’re bringing it to the kitchen. With party season underway, Phil’s here with a fun idea perfect for any festive occasion - a giant sausage roll!
If you’re hosting guests this Christmas, it can sometimes feel like you’ve got a lot on your plate, but don’t let festive fatigue set in before the fun has even begun! These simple shortcuts will transform your table and leave guests wondering whether you’ve got an army of elves helping out in the kitchen.
With the average family spending just shy of £500 on presents, and 10% admitting to spending an enormous £25 on the school teacher (can you believe!), we thought it might be about time we shared some Christmas gifts that cost a fraction of their shop-bought equivalents.
Juliet Sear, aka our fairy godmother, is in the kitchen with four easy ideas, guaranteed to spoil the whole family… that’s mum, dad and the children sorted - for under £10!