As well as being a tasty accompaniment to your Christmas lunch, bread sauce is the butter for your sandwiches the next day. Like cranberry sauce, this is another really easy recipe and you’ll find it is better than a packet or jar if you prepare your own.
Mulled wine can be bought ready-made, however, make it yourself and the flavour, sweetness and quality is in your hands. If you have never made your own mulled wine before, then Christmas 2016 just had an upgrade because we’re going to show you how to do it yourself.
Served with a variety of dishes, cranberry sauce is a great accompaniment to Christmas lunch. If you have never made your own then this Christmas is a great opportunity to give it a bash. It is a really simple sauce to make and you probably won’t buy a jar of it again once you have made your own.
Pigs in blankets are simple to prepare and they can be served before the main meal, as part of Christmas lunch or in the evening. With such a versatile product, it is worth getting them right.
What would a Christmas lunch be without, what is for many, the main event at the main event; roast potatoes.
A traditional roast chicken can become dry, basting is one method for avoiding this. An alternative option which will not only add colour to your final dish but keep the meat moist is using mango.
This method means even cooking, simple serving and a great looking end result. What’s more, it can be prepared, ready for cooking a day or two in advance which means less to do on the big day.
One of our fabulous photographer friends, Matthew Ryecraft, asked one of his recent couples to put in their own words why they chose Knowsley Hall as their wedding venue.
The dinner was the grand finale to the UKTI Food & Drink summit, which saw top British suppliers showcasing food to International buyers.
Knowsley Hall continues to achieve the prestigious five star gold accolade as well as the breakfast award.
Knowsley Hall are proud to have received several prestigious awards.