Day 7: Bottoms up!

>> Tuesday, 18 December 2018

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Well in exactly a week it will be Christmas Day. Let me raise a glass to you and wish you the happiest of holidays! May you be filled with peace and joy, not just for the holidays but all year round. And, may the New Year bring you all that you need. Happy 2019!

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Day 6: A 'lil Punch de Creme Dessert

>> Monday, 17 December 2018

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To be quite honest, I pay very little attention to dessert during the holidays because there is already a variety of sweet stuff circulating - mulled wine, cake, sweet breads, mince pies (British), creme liqueurs etc. Of course there is always egg nog, and Punch de Creme is the Caribbean's version of this sweet, creamy, milky, boozy drink. This year, you can consider drinking AND eating Punch de creme by making Punch de Creme Bread Pudding.

Give the bread an overnight soaking in the custard-Punch de Creme for a decadent pudding. You may also want to consider baking the pudding in a bain-marie for that soft custard like texture of the pudding. Get the recipe for Punch de Creme and the breading pudding here.


Day 5: Alternative Breakfast

>> Sunday, 16 December 2018

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While this is the time for the traditional stuff, it is good idea to mix things up. This casserole can be served for a late breakfast or brunch.

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Those returning home from the cold for the holidays would welcome a plate of salt fish; add a couple of sunny-side up eggs with creamy yolks to mix in with the fish. Serve with homemade bread.

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