Boxing Day Mystery And History
Don't forget the traditional Boxing Day bubble and squeak - the perfect simple dish to feed your guests the day after
Boxing day here is a day filled with games, family, brunch and quiet togetherness :)
TIL Boxing Day may have gotten its name from the British who would give their servants presents or "boxes" the day after Christmas. The servants returned home opened their boxes and had a second Christmas on what became known as Boxing Day.
Your Post-Christmas personal finance management requires just as much thought as pre-Christmas finance preparation.
Full English Breakfast via Classy Bro
Classic Chocolate Yule Log Recipe -- 5 Cakes for a Fabulous, Festive Christmas and Boxing Day
Includes Goodwill Pie, Christmas day breakfast vegeree, Cranberry and pear tart with an oat, pecan and honey crust // Anna Jones
To round off our recipe cards giveaway, Bake Off’s Mary Berry dishes up five traditional favourites for the party season
Traditional English trifle - a delicious and beautiful dessert all year long.
Boxing Day Customs and Delicious Leftover Recipes - 31 Daily
Boxing Day food needs to be easier and more relaxed than Christmas Day and see just how easy it becomes after all the Christmas cooking.
Make something extra tasty with your Christmas leftovers this year with this fabulous Boxing Day menu from Nigella Lawson. Goodbye plain old turkey sandwiches, hello tasty turkey hash!
Ever wondered what is Boxing Day and where it gets its name from. Wonder no longer. Here are the reasons and traditions surrounding the special day.