<< Monday 4 January 2021 >
Christmas. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, a time when (until this year at least!) we come together to celebrate with our family, see old friends and generally get carried away with the romance of the season. Yet the festive period is one of great excess. Many families begin stockpiling a month or two before, filling the house with indulgent items, from creamy Bailey’s to chocolate selection boxes. Over the years we have grown accustomed to being warned by our mothers, on pain of death, not to touch these items until the big day. So naturally, when the festive ribbon is finally cut we tend to go slightly crazy.
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