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Christmas vibe is in the air!

Join us as we celebrate the enchanting season with a range of party delicacies and exquisite Christmas-themed cakes.

Share scrumptious delights and moments of joy with your loved ones as you get together to enjoy a heart-warming feast.

【Must-try】Traditional Christmas Dishes

Why do we eat turkeys at Christmas?

 

In 1620, a group of English Puritans immigrated to America to evade religious persecution. Due to poverty, they could only catch turkeys found everywhere in the mountains as the main dish for festive celebrations. Originally, Europeans loved eating roast goose. After immigrating to America, they found that turkey tasted even better. Eventually, turkey has become an essential festive food at Christmas, Thanksgiving and other important celebrations.

 

What are the sides served with roast turkey?

 

• Stuffing: Made with chestnut, onion and spices, it enhances the aroma of the turkey.

• Gravy: The sauce is produced by seasoning the roast turkey stock. Simply pour it over the turkey and stuffing for better flavour.

• Cranberry sauce: The sweet and sour taste can reduce the greasiness of the meat.

What are the traditions associated with mince pies?

 

• When making the mince pie, make sure to stir the mincemeat clockwise to bring good luck to the new year.

 

• It is said that if you eat a mince pie every day for 12 consecutive days starting from Christmas Day, you would be blessed in the following year.

 

• Always make a wish when you eat the first mince pie of the season, and never cut it with a knife!

 

Which wines pair best with gammon ham?

 

• Gammon ham pairs best with wines with fruity flavours, which are complemented by the saltiness of the ham, while a tropical citrus tang refreshes your taste buds against the meat.

 

• Acidic, lighter reds like Pinot Noir also make for magnificent ham and wine pairings as they offer a lot of refreshing fruitiness against the saltiness of the ham while complementing the smokiness of a baked ham.