Hello lovely people! Hope you are doing great! It’s that time of the year where I say “compliments of the season to you and yours! THANK YOU for always reading, commenting, feedbacks etc. I am pleased that the recipes on the blog and other useful tips have been helpful. I hope to serve my readers better in 2015 God willing 🙂
Anyway its been a busy christmas preparation getting the home ready, other services etc. My Christmas shopping is complete (and I must add, within my budget! Thank God lol). Christmas is a time to spend I agree but spending wisely should be the watch word.
Most homes tend to include the traditional turkey roast at Christmas which is good. However sometimes we crave something different. Last year I made a jerk duck for Christmas and oh my was it a hit. You can check it out here
I was with a client earlier and we went through some of the joys that come with preparations for the festive season. We prepped different things including my favourite fish (and I’m sure you love it too), Salmon! :). Yes people do eat fish at christmas including me lol. It’s one fish I have noticed that a lot of people love but don’t know how to season well so as to get out its succulent natural flavours. The 7 festive season menus which I recently launched shows you how to season and cook fish (using salmon), meat (lamb) and chicken properly so that you get those juicy flavours that will get your family and friends going wooow :). I have taught a number of people and received the same expression each time wooow 🙂
So, if you need that little bit of help, to guide you, why not get you copy of the festive menus and give it a try this Christmas or better still, if you are “shy” lol, give it a try maybe on boxing day or even new year’s day!
I will be looking forward to cooking my recipes from the festive menus and you can join me 🙂
I hope to get feedback from your experience! Whatever you chose to do, HAVE A LOVELY CHRISTMAS! Remember, Jesus is the reason for the season! 🙂
Keep making it happen!
Blessings and love