Celebrate the winter festivities with special Christmas recipes created by three of our chefs – Philip Howard, Marianna Leivaditaki and Daniel Fletcher.
Each Christmas feast box is designed to share between either four or six people. All recipe boxes come with the ingredients and instructions you need to cook a main meal and dessert from scratch, a paired bottle of wine, antipasti for before your meal, and your choice of jasmine silver needle tea or Monmouth coffee for after.
You can add additional bottles of wine, as well as champagne – NV Charles Heidsieck, Brut Reserve – to make sure everyone’s glasses stay topped up.
These menus are subscription free, and each will be delivered between 22nd-23rd December, so you can start celebrations early with friends and family, or enjoy something different for Christmas dinner (all ingredients will stay fresh until the big day).
with truffled walnut pesto, stuffed field mushrooms, stout-glazed onions, crushed celeriac, hasselback potatoes and cavolo nero
Dessert: Roasted pears with brazil nuts and Pedro Ximénez cream
Wine: 2018 Château de Fontarèche, Vieilles Vignes, Corbières, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
By Philip Howard
Experience level: 3 (you like a challenge)
£315 for four
£455 for six SOLD OUT
with parsnip and potato purée, parsnip crisps and crispy kale
Dessert: Lemon posset with winter figs, pomegranate and thyme honey
Wine: 2018 La Segreta, Nero d’Avola, Planeta, Sicily, Italy
By Marianna Leivaditaki
Experience level: 1 (you’ve mastered the basics)
£200 for four, £290 for six
On a wild mushroom, potato, spinach and crème fraîche gratin, with Italian winter leaf and toasted walnut salad
Dessert: Buttermilk panna cotta with port-glazed cranberries
Wine: 2018 Soave Classico Superiore, Vigneto Montegrande, Cantina di Monteforte, Veneto, Italy
By Daniel Fletcher
Experience level: 2 (you’re confident in the kitchen)
£260 for four, £350 for six
Our fortnightly subscription deliveries will begin again in January.
Please contact us for allergen information on the menu. Unfortunately, Wild Radish isn’t yet suitable for those with severe allergies.