Win an annual subscription to Food and Travel magazine

someone this magazine subscription worth Β£39.50 is a real treat. It would inspire you when it comes to food
and travel; enrich your life in new and wonderful ways. I have seen some of the world, but my
travels have been quite restricted. So
seeing more through a magazine is at least a good start, then I could plan a trip encouraged by
the pages in the magazine, the engaging content and the breathtaking pictures.

Plus lets be honest as much as I love food, my skills in that respect are limited! So a magazine filled with seasonal recipes might up my game a little!!! If not I could just drool over the pudding pages…

will leave this competition very simple for you to enter (seeing as you all
want to start relaxing for Christmas and hitting the mulled wine perhaps!) just visit Lemon Squeezy’s Christmas page and tell me your favourite Christmas recipe! You can leave a comment here or on my
facebook page if blogger has gremlins! The competition will close on the 1st of January.

If you do not happen to win worry not as Lemon Squeezy has lots of recipes on their site. The healthy meal ideas will be handy for any of you planning a better diet in the new year (to make up for ALL the mince pies!). I love the idea of feel good food, boosting energy levels and improving vitality, so over Christmas I might spend a chunk of my time on their website and start January feeling more positive about my heath!

Wishing all my followers a magical Christmas with all your wishes coming true.

127 thoughts on “Win an annual subscription to Food and Travel magazine

  1. I'm not veggie, but the strudel with artichoke and mushrooms looks divine and a perfect dish for the Christmas table. Fiona (at) London-unattached (dot) com

  2. Cabbage, potato and bacon bake sounds delicious, I'm sure this could actually turn into a regular comfort food for me πŸ™‚

  3. My favourite recipe has to be the Almonds in dark chocolate which would be a lovely Christmas gift. I have received some homemade ginger fudge this year which has been amazing and think homemade Christmas gifts are a great idea.

  4. Light leek and squash bake sounds wonderful. Will have to give it a go in the New Year (when we have finished the food mountain that is still left on the Christmas table) Happy New Year everybody πŸ™‚

  5. My favourite christmas recipe is the pie I make from christmas dinner leftovers. Mince everything potatoes, sprouts, carrots, parsnips, onions, pigs in blankets, stuffing, turkey and gray in a mincer and put it as a pie filling. Delicious πŸ™‚

  6. Carpaccio of oranges with Orange brandy. My Mum used to make something similar to this and I'd forgotten all about it : used to love it

  7. Fish Pie with Saffron Mash. I cook fish pie and it always goes down well with my family, so I am looking forward to trying this variation.

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