Combine a few key Christmas flavours here to make a pie that both children and adults will adore
This cheesy dish is a great buffet recipe for guests to just help themselves to
For maximum Christmas relaxation make this spiced side dish in advance
Entice your guests to the buffet table with the flavourful combination of prawn and chorizo
Hang these from a Christmas tree or pack them into boxes as end-of-term gifts for teachers and friends.
The tanginess of the salad beetroot pickles goes well with stilton, but you can use chutney if you prefer
A festive treat to give or receive
These chicory and houmous bites couldn't be easier to make for a buffet
Not just for Christmas dinner, so good you'll be eating this all year round.
The perfect end to a Boxing Day banquet, John Torode's dessert combines an Italian classic with British seasonal fruit
Make this extra special pork pie recipe a couple of days ahead, ready to slice into at your festive buffet party
These mini sausages with honey mustard glaze work as a roast accompaniment, canapé or on a party buffet
Forget the ham kettle or supersized pan - you can cook this luscious sticky ham in the oven, with equally tasty results
This make-ahead tart is the ultimate finale for a festive buffet - just make sure you have enough as guests may well want seconds
This towering beauty will make the perfect sweet centrepiece for a buffet, or a lighter option if you’re not into Christmas pudding
Chutneys are fantastic presents because they really improve with age and go brilliantly with Christmas cheeses and cold meats
This storecupboard relish has all the flavours of a classic cooked chutney but with more bite. It makes a great last minute accompaniment to a cheese board or ham
Preserved shallots in malt vinegar make a classic condiment that will never get old. Beautiful with cheese and cold meats
Try a Scandinavian approach to your smoked fish by adding dill, horseradish, lemon and red onion - great as part of a sharing platter
Layers of mascarpone, custard, cherry conserve, mixed berries, Madeira cake and sherry - who doesn't love a trifle?