How to master your Christmas day menu
Blank menu sitting on Christmas table setting
Recipes that will have your guests mouths watering

So, you’ve put your hand up to host Christmas lunch this year. Don’t panic! As the saying goes, ‘If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail’. Which is why the secret to a successful Christmas lunch or dinner is all in the organisation.

From delicious menu ideas to time-saving tricks, we’ve shared our top tips on how to seamlessly plan your Christmas day menu – we guarantee even the big man in red himself will give his tick of approval.

Nothing says Christmas more than a traditional roast turkey with roast potatoes, carrots and sprouts . Click here for our simple recipe for success.
Roast turkey and vegetables
Select your sides:
Prawn, clams, squid rings, octopus, roast mackerel and roasted Codfish, click through for an easy Seafood Platter that anyone can master.
Seafood Platter served in large stainless steele pot.
Whether it's a new fruity cocktail or a refreshing classic that everyone enjoys, there is something extra special about serving the adults a little something extra on Christmas day. Click through for our delicious Grapefruit and Prosecco Cocktail.
Christmas cocktails
A summer classic that offers undeniable refreshment on a hot Christmas day. Keep reading for our quick and easy Pimm's Cup Punch recipe.
Pimms Cup served in short glass
In the summertime, strawberries, cherries, grapes and plenty of juicy stone fruits are all in season. So, why not make the most of them with a classic Australian dessert – pavlova! Read on for details on making your very own Pavlova from scratch.
Pavlova with Berries.
When groups of people get together it is not uncommon to need to cater for some kind or intolerance or allergy. We have got the ball rolling with this delicious vegetarian recipe. Click for more details.
Chickpea and spinach pastilla