christmas food

The fat from Christmas turkeys could fill almost 3,000 bathtubs.
Leftover cheeseboard galette, Boxing Day toasties and stuffed Yorkshire puds. We're drooling already.
Sainsbury's, Asda, Iceland and other supermarkets have upped their pigs in blankets game. We put the foods to the test.
Judges for BBC Good Food magazine blind tested more than 150 products across 20 categories.
The supermarket's Wensleydale and spiced fruit chutney offering was divisive, for sure.
Now, don't get me wrong - bulimia isn't just a problem that I have at Christmas. I'm not claiming that the festive season is to blame for my eating disorder. What I am saying, though, is that it seems to limit the 'power' I have over my eating habits.
The Christmas period is synonymous with over indulgence in every way. The back lash to all this festive fun is the ever-expanding
Keep it simple, stupid.