Pinch and a Punch!It's the first week of December and I'm already keen for Christmas traditions, good food and company, presents and holidays. Depending on which side of the world you reside in, it's either a winter christmas or a summer christmas. Mine's the latter; but either way, I look forward to having a great festive month.
I was flicking through a cooking magazine during my visitation to my hair dresser (as you do, haha..!) and stumbled upon some awesome recipes that have left me to ponder what I'd try to make during Christmas eve and for my parties.
My Christmas Cooking Wishlist:
NB: Things that I plan on trying out in the kitchen or just eating over the course of this month.
Christmas Tree Cupcakes
After making cupcakes recently (ie: see post on Red Velvet) I've been on a bake mood. Aren't these cute though?
This is mostly an English affair on Christmas Day. The Christmas Pudding dates back to medieval times and is usually flavoured with dried fruits, sultanas and hints of spices.