What you should be nibbling this Christmas
To accompany the very lovely cocktail that we’ll all be guzzling this Yultide, Here’s our recommendations of things to eat whilst watching your favourite Christmas film or your in-laws scrapping. Put them all together and they’d make a fine hamper.
Kings Caviar - we’re kicking off with a posh one, Kings Caviar – perfect on teeny-tiny crackers that fit perfectly into your mouth in just one bite.
Pukka Pies - they may not be eaten by people with blue blood, but these bad boys are in a league of their own. A wide range of pies and sausage rolls. We’ll be scoffing the large potato, cheese and onion pie; the steak pie; the microwaveable chicken pie (perfect for when even turning on the oven is too much hard work) and we’ll be watching a spot of Christmas Comedy with several large stand-up pasties.
Scrubby's Crisps: if there is no crisps, it’s just not Christmas! This year in our bowls it’ll be Scrubbys vegetable crisps. We’ll be pretending its one of our 5 day.
Dr. Burnoriums – chilli nuts – the finest fiery snacks you’ll find around.
La Saucy Salsa – give your Christmas a dollop of the sun with this authentic Spanish salsa.
Houghton Hams – tasty British pork, great on sandwiches and on its own while your making your butty.
Just Oils – balsamic dip - great with a big old hunk of bread.
Drivers Pickles – the professional caterers best friend. You’ll probably find these in your local chippie.
Artisan Kitchen –homemade preserves – this year we’re going for Blackcurrant Sloe Gin Jam and Lime Marmalade.
Aberffraw Biscuit Co. - these cute looking shortbread biscuits are in the shape of a scallop shell. They’re made using the oldest recipe in Britain that dates back to 13th Century Anglesey. A spot of general knowledge at Christmas always goes down a treat.
Nantwich Cheese – cheese. We’ll be layering our crackers with Hot Mexican and Wensleydale and Cranberry.
Enjoy your festive fayre!