Win Christmas Dinner for 8 - Christmas Made Easy
Don’t slave, just savour and unwind... Have your Christmas dinner prepared by cooking duo Hazel and Neil McFadden of Christmas Made Easy.
Christmas Made Easy arranges, make and deliver a 5-course traditional feast with all the trimmings, from Burren Smoke House Clare Island Organic Smoked Salmon, Hogan’s Bronze Turkey to the alternative tasty Dry Aged Angus Beef Rib Roast or Salter’s Free range Goose. Not forgetting all their Gold Great Taste Award winning recipes and that magical Wild Cranberry Sauce.
A Christmas Made Easy dinner hamper takes the unpredictability out of guessing the amount of food needed for the big day, saves on wastage and provides generous portions. They take care of all the hard work that typically goes into preparing Christmas dinner. No more shopping, washing or chopping.
In operation for the last 10 years and sourcing the best of Irish local produce and using fresh seasonal ingredients, Christmas Made Easy will deliver Christmas dinner to your door, complete with fool-proof instructions and time-plan. All the time-pressed cook needs to do is cook and serve.
Arranged online or with a simple phone call, Christmas Made Easy is the ultimate hassle-free Christmas dinner. Nationwide home deliveries are available in a number of sizes, menus cater anywhere from a family of four to six to 10-12 dinner guests. Prices start from €34.00 per person.
Read more about Christmas Made Easy on their website or call 041 981 3837 Order deadline is Thursday, 6th December.
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