Mulled’ means heated with spices, which is just the thing for the cold days of winter! Recipes go back to mediaeval times. Ideal to serve to visiting carol singers.
This traditional roast turkey is excellent for Christmas Day. This turkey will be cooked to perfection, and in half the time in an AGA.
Goose is becoming more and more popular for celebrations. Judy Goodman, an AGA owner, rears her award winning free range geese in Worcestershire.
Roast potatoes in the AGA are perfect every time – with crispy skins whilst remaining beautifully fluffy inside.
Try something different with your sprouts this Christmas.
This old favourite bread sauce recipe is an easy extra for Christmas Day and is just as good served cold with leftovers.
Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without mince pies! Mince pies have been eaten as part of a traditional British Christmas since as long ago as the 16th century.
Spend a few minutes making your own spiced walnuts and impress your guests!
A memorable Christmas yeast bread with aromatic cardamom and colourful dried fruit filling. It makes a lovely centre piece for the festive table. The wreath can be frozen without the icing.
This show-stopper of a Christmas Cake makes a change from the more traditional icing and marzipan decoration.