Nothing beats the 'night before' like a few slices of pizza and a mug of strong coffee. But come Boxing Day, where are you going to get a great cup of coffee and freshly delivered pizza?
Food is a cornerstone of Jordanian society and British actress and television presenter, Nadia Sawalha demonstrates her love for Jordanian food by showing us how to make some traditional recipes from her home country. Nadia takes us through the tastes of the Middle East, making home-style Baklava, a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey.
Release the Bad Angel inside you this Christmas with this light and exotic 24% ABV pink lychee liqueur, with a subtle kiss of rose petal - and the seductive suggestion of Petite Champagne Cognac.
The secret of the Nutribullet is its powerful 600 watt motor combined with bullet cyclonic action that forces everything through the turbo extractor blades - turning at up to an incredible ten thousand RPM to break down and pulverize the stems seeds and skins where some of the usually neglected essential nutrition lies - to help give you the strength, energy and vitality for a full active life whatever your age. The Nutribullet completely breaks down your food, liquefying and mixing together all the essential nutrition.
Just Falafel, the largest expanding falafel restaurant group in the world offers a diverse range of fresh, delicious and highly nutritious falafel dishes, rich in colour, texture and taste. But what is falafel? Pronounced 'fa-LA-fel', falafel is a traditional street food thousands of years old, originating from the Middle East and enjoyed around the world. A great choice for a side dish, main course or snack, falafels are scrumptious round golden-brown croquettes, crispy and crunchy on the outside, warm and moist on the inside.
Whether you prefer a Masala or Madras, eat it once a month or twice a week, Brits can't resist a curry. Packed full of delicious flavours and authentic spices, the infamous dish has become increasingly popular in the UK and is now part of the nation's staple diet. Perhaps the most essential component in Britain's favourite dish is Basmati rice- the one ingredient that can make or break your meal.