Bite before Christmas: a social media recap
Ideas and idiocies from across the web to impress even the busiest of elves.
As the legends of Band Aid persistently love to confirm, at Christmastime there is absolutely no need to be afraid – unless you are literally unable to sleep in the early hours of Christmas Day and find yourself alerted at 4am to the horrors of uncontrolled social media. A festive-friendly rundown is what you need to keep you sane and safe.
Cheesy rolls make cheesy smiles
As well as having a gorgeous recipe, adorable Weemalee has the most beautiful name.
It’s a thrilling thought; although I’d love to know how to gift wrap gravy. I struggle enough with cardboard boxes.
If you leave him a whole bottle of whisky you’ll get the reindeers too. Just think how impressive that’ll look on the post-Christmas dinner walk.
There have been more Oreo limited edition flavours over the years than there are people living on Mars. A truly extraordinary feat. (Carrot cake Oreos – yes, please!)
Pork pies not mince pies
Let’s turn Xmas Day into one big pork pie. No meat, potatoes, crackers, games or presents – just pork pies. Even transform granny into one. 2020 is an unpredictable year.
Simply take a glance at this on Boxing Day and you won’t need to eat until April. The ultimate way to achieve ‘new year, new me’.
Towering in chocolate
I would die just seeing someone cut a slice.
Fabulous fast food
After days of eating quality, rich and nutrient-packed food (excessively and unstoppably) you’ll deserve a sneaky snack.
First a saucy yuletide rom-com, now this. What a fall from grace the KFC king has had over recent weeks (probably because of his tiny legs).
Nigella’s crispy and juicy pork
Turkey is a thing of the past; no one wants to eat a meat that’s been hanging around since the Middle Ages. That’s where the arousal of brilliantly bronzed pork charges in to transform your Christmas delectations for ever.