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M&S unveil their 2019 Christmas food range

M&S unveil their 2019 Christmas food range

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Summer may have only just ended, but nothing gets us more in the mood for Christmas than Christmas food. Especially when it’s M&S Christmas food…

British institution Marks and Spencer has just unveiled all the festive food it will be selling this year, including the perfect turkey, the return of the brand’s best-selling gravy , as well as lots of intriguing canapés.

Already live on the M&S website, orders are apparently already coming in thick and fast, with the first one being placed just 13 minutes after the site went live.

Everyone that pre-orders a festive feast over £85 before the 10th November will also get a bonus freebie thrown in too, with all early bird orders including a free box of chocolates or bottle of wine.

Yes, yes, yes, yes 1000% yes

Whilst Christmas is meant to be all about turkey and chocolate, frankly, it’s the cheese we’re most interested in.

So for 2019, M&S have launched a huge ‘pull-apart and dip’ Brie En Croûte (£12), that features an entire Normandy brie, surrounded by all-butter puff pastry that’s studded with rosemary and garlic. It’s intended to feed six people but we reckon we could polish it off alone…

It’s £65, but it’s the best ever turkey apparently

The other star of the show though is perhaps Marks and Spencer’s ‘Collection Perfect’ turkey: a succulent, stock-basted British turkey crown with a pork, sage and onion stuffing, costing £65 but serving 12-14 people.

For vegans, there’s an equally as show-stopping centre piece, in the form of a new Plant Kitchen Festive Roast ( £12, serves four), which comprises of a vegan joint with cranberry and chestnut stuffing, vegan gravy and no pork cocktail sausages.

There’s a vegan option too

As for the starters, there’s two equally as fancy fish options to pick from, including a posh lobster and prawn cocktail or king prawn ( £15, serves four) and smoked salmon appetiser ( £15, serves six).

Could we pull these off as homemade?

Puddings wise, prepare for youth mouth to water, as there’s a hefty menu of indulgent desserts such as a creamy vanilla mousse and berry compote snow bomb ( £15, serves ten), Plant Kitchen chocolate and cherry dessert, £10 topped with morello cherry ganache and a sticky toffee pudding trifle (£12, serves eight).

If you’re planning a big party this year and plan to get M&S to do some of the catering, there’s also some impressive canapé options.

Highlights include M&S’ pulled ham and rarebit crumpets (£14 for 20 pieces), Spanish pigs in blankets (£10 for 32 pieces), mushroom steamed buns (£14 for 24 pieces) and meatball and tomato subs (£14 for 20 pieces).

Race you there…

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