Christmas Fooooooood

I know it's died down in Hangry-town, I've been super busy at work coming up to the end of the year. I have planned out meals for the next few weeks so don't fret!

I'll have a bit of everything, all aspects of menus that you can use for the coming Christmas season.

For entree I'll be doing a hot smoked salmon salad, Larb Gai (which is like a Thai San Choy Bow-chicken or pork mince with flavourings served in lettuce cups), pasta primavera and healthy savoury muffins.

For mains I've got some yummy venison dishes lined up for the coming weeks. I think it's an underrated meat! It's lean and good for you, if you've never tried it, its easy to find nowadays. I picked mine up from Coles- they keep it in the game section next to the Kangaroo meat (which I plan to cook in the coming months also).

For those who don't like game, there'll be some chicken dishes with Middle Eastern influences, make-your-own chicken nuggets and a vegetarian quiche. Oh yeah.. And Ham.. Loads of Christmas ham.

You can't have Christmas without a few desserts- lemon syrup cake, banana bread, low-fat carrot cake, biscuits, meringue with berries, lychees and cream! And last but not least, my moist Christmas cake that I've adapted from my favourite cookbook; Stephanie Alexander Cooks Companion.

Hopefully that will take us into the new year!

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Hangry x


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