In this final instalment of our festive food blogs, Head Chef at the TLH Derwent Hotel, Andy Johnston, has suggested a couple of tasty soup ideas and a deliciously indulgent Cheeseboard Macaroni to make good use of your Christmas leftovers.
You’ll also find a link for you to download a leaflet containing all of our festive leftover recipes . We hope you enjoy them.
Next in the spot-light for our December “foodie” line-up is Nick Coombes, head chef at the TLH Toorak Hotel. When I asked Nick to come up with some ideas for using up Christmas leftovers, I wasn’t expecting him to top the list with a recipe using the controversial Brussels sprout. However, now the BBC have adopted “Sprout Boy” as part of their promotional campaign for this year’s Christmas viewing, Nick is completely on trend with his Creamy Green Sprout and Horseradish Soup, which is absolutely delicious. Continue reading “TLH’s Favourite Recipes for Christmas Leftovers – part 2”
Dave Clifford is our Head Chef at the TLH Victoria Hotel. Having worked during Christmas for many years he has plenty of experience creating tasty dishes using leftover turkey and other christmas leftovers. This Turkey & Chickpea curry recipe is a real treat and it’s well worth blending your own spices as you will get much more flavour than a pre-bought curry powder and you can adjust the various spices according to your personal taste. Continue reading “TLH’s Favourite Recipes for Christmas Leftovers – part 1”
Linedance as we know it today has evolved way beyond its original roots in country and western dancing. Forget the image of cowboy hats and “yee-ha” as these days linedancing is accompanied by a wide variety of music styles, both new and old. As long as it has a regular beat, you can linedance to it! Continue reading “Linedance Fun in Torquay”
Is it cream before jam, or jam before cream? This weighty matter is the subject of great debate when it comes to deciding the correct way to prepare your scones for the traditional clotted cream tea, much loved in the South West. Continue reading “A Taste of the Westcountry”