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The Celebrate Christmas Foodbook 2017

From the turkey, to roast veggies, salads, prawns, fresh fruit, mince pies, puddings, pavlovas, whatever your festive feast may be, Christmas Day is all about delicious food, family, friends and enjoying Australia’s gorgeous weather.

Whether your hosting a huge crowd of people on the day or having a small and quiet day with the family, your day still needs to be planned especially when it comes to the food. It really is the centrepiece of the day.

So now is a good time to welcome the arrival of our new foodbook. This Christmas immerse yourself in our Celebrate Christmas Foodbook. This years addition has you covered from scrumptious starters and sides, to festive main dishes, very merry desserts and even some edible gifts ideas.

To get your copy, download the e-book, which you can print or view on your screen, or download onto your tablet, iBooks and more.

 

Here is your offical sneak peak into the stunning Celebrate Christmas Foodbok.

Sides and starters

Kick off your Christmas eating with this collection of shared plates and bite-sized delights.

Avocado, Baby Spinach and Prawn Salad – Sydney Markets

 

Grilled White Peach, Radicchio and Goats Cheese Salad – Summer Stonefruit

 

Festive mains

It’s time for the main event, enjoy this selection of Christmas mains to serve to family and friends on the big day.

Oven Roasted Turkey Breast with Walnut and Cranberry Stuffing – Gamefarm

 

Roast Turkey with Fig and Apricot Stuffing – Gamefarm

 

Very merry desserts

This super delicious chapter includes an extensive list of festive desserts. Whether you prefer traditional desserts or fruity delights, there is something for everyone.

Plum Shortcakes with Mascarpone Cream – Summer Stonefruit

 

Cherry and Chocolate Pavlova – Sydney Markets

 

Gingerbread Ripple Wreath Cake – Western Star

Edible gifts

Why not give an edible gift this Christmas. Make your family and friends day that little bit sweeter with a edible gift.

White Christmas – Copha

 

Rum Balls – Copha

 

For more gorgeous Christmas recipes, you can download your copy of the Celebrate Christmas Foodbook now.

 

This feature contains a mix of content from myfoodbook third party content partners and our own opinions.

 

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