What Christmas Looked Like

The vegan, gluten free, (relatively) soy free Christmas was a hit! That’s enough words though, this post is just for pictures.     It turns out I didn’t manage to get a photo of the vegan, gluten free, soy freeish trifle, but it was there, and it was tasty!  

The Super-Late Christmas Post

Okay okay, its way past time for Christmas posts now, but I never wrote mine and now I am sitting in Abu Dhabi airport with many hours to kill (13 down, 10 to go) so now is the time. Oddly, being away from home made celebrating feel more important than usual, so I tried to…

Sweet Baby Jesus, KFC and 13 Desserts

I’ve been remiss in my continued Christmas posting, but I have three new Christmas food traditions to tell you about so I can make up for it.   Cougnou, Belgium You know that nursery rhyme about blackbirds being baked in a pie? I always though that was a bit gross (notwithstanding the fact that at…

Sweet Vegan Centerpiece for the White Christmas Challenge

I have never participated in a blog challenge before, not even Vegan MoFo. But there’s a first for everything and this year I have decided to enter the Very Good Recipes’ White Christmas Challenge. The challenge is quite simple: create a new recipe on the theme of “white christmas”. I knew immediately what I wanted…

Merry Bloggy Christmas!

Merry Bloggy Christmas! Roast meats, ham, potatoes, roasted vegetables, gravy, cake and pudding – we all know what the North Americans and the British eat at Christmas. But what about everyone else? Because I have time now, and because I keep getting search terms like “What do they eat in Australia for Christmas” on my…

Question Time: What are your vego christmas must-haves?

Its nearly Christmas. Well, not here as Georgians use the Julian calendar, so their Christmas is in January. I’m a hardened, happy atheist, but I still love the food and family part of Christmas. So, as soon as I realised we would be spending Christmas alone together in Tbilisi, I began thinking of what to…