At Christmas, All Roads Lead To The Family Feast

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At Christmas, All Roads Lead To The Family Feast

One of the most important aspects of Christmas all over the world is to spend time with family and friends, no matter how the festivities are carried out.

Christmas Day, for many busy families, is the one day of the year when everyone is able to gather in one room at the same time and feast.

Christmas is that time of the year where it is perfectly acceptable to eat and drink as much as you see fit. That theory even stood during the reign of the House of Stuart, probably in a bigger sense than it does today.

King Charles I and his family spent several months celebrating Christmas.

Much of the food that the Stuarts ate at Christmas time, we still eat today. Although their most impressive meat dish was the boar’s head with an apple or lemon in its mouth and not the traditional turkey we enjoy today.

The boar’s head was crowned with holly, ivy and rosemary before being carried to the dinner table.

One of the most potent sources of nostalgia and memory about Christmas is food, and the distinctive dishes and recipes that instantly conjure up the season.

Christmas food is set about with tradition, ritual and glamour.

Many people love the traditional Christmas menu and regard it as an annual treat (are you one?).

At Ryan’s we take your family feast seriously and we have put together what we believe to be a gourmet tapestry of the best of Christmas food. We call them our Christmas Masterpieces and they are now available for you to view and plan for your upcoming festive feast.

To select your favourite Christmas Masterpiece please visit this link by CLICKING HERE.

To help you decide we have a downloadable PDF of the whole range of beef, lamb, poultry, pork and ham masterpieces for your family feast.

We also provide the convenience of being able to order your Masterpiece on-line from the comfort of your home.

‘Tis the season of copious consumption of culinary treats.

So, what does Christmas mean to you?

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