December 13th, 2010
Experience Gifts The Third Day of Christmas
Experience Gifts – Third Day of Christmas
On the third day of Christmas three French hens were given as gifts, yet traditionally it’s the festive turkey that takes pride of place on the dining table. Well, there’s every chance the hens will be making an appearance again this year – chicken is always a popular alternative and equally tasty.
At Christmas, when it comes to the cooking, everybody has to get involved, although not everyone really has the culinary skills to carry off their ambitious festive food ideas.
Cooking classes may not come in time to help turn a cookery novice into a top Christmas chef, yet could be a great gift and really help improve future Christmas lunches.
Classes needn’t be limited to preparing traditional foods either; there’s Indian cookery lessons, chocolate cooking courses, pie making classes and cookery sessions for two to enjoy.
If you know someone who loves wine but thinks there are only three types: red, white and rosé, a wine tasting tour will get them learning more about grapes and all the varieties.
However, if you’d prefer to enjoy three courses yourself, then there’s always dinner and lunch cruises; the lucky family member you give a culinary gift experience to could even invite you along. Let’s face it, you’re sure to be top of their list.
If you’re spoilt for choice, just pick the three most appetising gift experiences you can find, and then take three minutes to imagine how your partner or friend will react when opening their gift box…
Sat with a loved one in a romantic restaurant or floating on a riverboat tour; the third course is coming, the sun is setting and you’ve both enjoyed a meal to rival any Christmas lunch!