Saturday, 1 December 2012

Fudges biscuits for your Christmas cheeseboard (giveaway c/d 15 December 2012)

Christmas meal won't be complete without a big cheeseboard groaning under the weight of many cheeses, a great selection of biscuits, a bowl of nuts and dried fruit. You feel stuffed already after the main meal, but the cheeseboard is so tempting, you keep nibbling. Pure bliss. Fudges has kindly offered a selection of biscuits for one of my blog readers. One lucky winner will receive two boxes of Biscuit Cheese Selections, one box of Cheddar Wafers and a box of Marmite Biscuits.



These indulgent biscuits won't last long on the cheeseboard, that I can promise. They are very moreish  and delicious. Cheddar wafers are melting in the mouth.
My ideal cheeseboard will include a good old Parmiggiano, Stilton, Cornish yarg (with nettles), Capricorn goat's cheese and Lincolnshire Poacher, or Tickler. Lots of biscuits, fresh figs and grapes.


I confess I haven't tried Marmite biscuits, as I'm not the biggest fan of Marmite. A couple of years ago my Marmite-obsessed niece bought a pack of Marmite cheese for me. I tried, reader, honestly. I tried but didn't like it. And she loved it. Tastes differ, and I'm sure Marmite biscuits will be greeted with Hurrah by Marmite lovers.




To win this lovely selection of biscuits for Christmas, please enter using the Rafflecopter. Only the first step - leaving a comment (answering the question) is mandatory. All the other steps give you bonus entries.

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87 comments:

  1. Got to be Turkey with all the trimmings

    Angela

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  2. Delicious prize

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  3. Roast Goose, roast parsnips, sausage-meat and chestnut stuffing and lots of gravy.

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  4. A bird stuffed in another bird bascially a 3 bird roast ummm! why have 1 when you can have many ;-) and fudge biscuits to finish sweet

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  5. Goose and pigs in blanket which is what we had last year and I loved it.

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  6. Figgy pudding with rum butter

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  7. christmas pudding and brandy butter

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  8. I'm veggie, so it will probably be nut roast

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  9. Has to be the good old Turkey and all the trimmings, then home made Christmas pudding until you're so full you can't breathe. But can still manage half a tin of Quality Street :-)

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  10. The whole christmas dinner and pudding :)

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  11. Roast potatoes and loads of veg.

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  12. Tradtional xmas lunch with all the trimmings :-) lots of cranberry sauce! and no xmas pud!
    Fiona H bluemonkeyuk@yahoo.co.uk
    Great blog!! and lovely prize! :-)

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  13. Christmas Dinner - roast turkey and all the trimmings.

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  14. Has to be turkey and all the trimmings!

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  15. I love the Boxing Day party food more than the actual turkey dinner on the 15th.

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  16. Traditional roast turkey etc & Christmas pud.

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  17. turkey and the trimmings........l'm a traditionalist

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  18. I just love all of the scrumptious veg that goes with the main event, especially the roast potatoes and parsnips, but also the sprouts, the red cabbage and whatever other veg dishes happen to be on the menu - yum!

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  19. my fav on christmas day is venison. It just seems so rich and decadent

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  20. We have Christmas meal on Christmas Eve. We're a family of 4 veggies and 4 meat eaters, so we have veggie and meat versions of pigs in blankets, plus veggie sausage rolls and all the roast dinner and trimmings. It's a huge event in our house, and I really, really enjoy it - I wouldn't be without it.... :)

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  21. I LOVE a free-range Bronze Turkey or a GOOSE and always CHEESE too!

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  22. Turkey and all the trimmings followed by Christmas pudding :)

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  23. Turkey dinner then coffee and cheese board yum

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  24. is this a trick question?!? :O
    ;) Has to be my mums Sunday Roast Dinner :D

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  25. Roast turkey with pigs in blankets, stuffing and loads of roast potatoes!

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  26. Sitting down to full Christmas dinner with all the trimming and my beautiful family, oh and any strays who may not have anywhere else to go, I do hate the thought of people being alone x

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  27. We don't eat meat so a nice mushroom stilton and chestnut pie with roasties and lots of veg

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  28. Christmas dinner with all the trimmings

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  29. Roast dinner but with beef or lamb as the joint.

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  30. Turkey and lots of Trimmings

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  31. A three bird roast is what we've got, we're cooking it for quite a lot. Ten people we've got coming for dinner, so let's hope this becomes your winner!

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  32. Cold Turkey / Plain Crisps & apple sauce watching a old film

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  33. The pudding, I love Christmas pudding with custard and brandy butter

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  34. I love the Turkey dinner with Roast Potatoes, Brussels, Carrots and Stuffing

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  35. The turkey dinner with all the trimmings of course.

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  36. I love turkey with my Mum's homemade bread sauce :)

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  37. Traditional turkey & very crunchy roast potatos!

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  38. Goose with all the trimmings

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  39. Christmas pudding with lashings of custard AND double cream!

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  40. A joint of ham with roast potatoes, parsnips and carrots, with mustard on the side. I used to be veggie, and nowadays I only eat chicken, fish, seafood and ham. I don't eat ham very often as I find it quite heavy, so I reserve eating it for special occasions, like Christmas!

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  41. vegetarian, so must go with the fake pigs in blankets and fake turkey (trust me, nicer than it sounds!) :)

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  42. I love the cold turkey, pickles and cheese on Boxing day!

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  43. Boxing Day dinner is my favourite- cold turkey, roast beef, yorkshires and masses of veggies and gravy. Main element is the family conversation.

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  44. Roast turkey with all the trimmings

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  45. i don't like turkey, so its roast lamb for me and vegetables.

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  46. Boxing day beef sandwiches with a glass of lager

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  47. bubble and squeak using the remains of the Christmas lunch

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  48. roast turkey with the trimmings here

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  49. Turkey and all the trimmings

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  50. Roast turkey and all the trimmings

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  51. Turkey with roasted veg Mmm roll on christmas day

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  52. Goose, with roast parsnips, sprouts and bacon-wrapped prunes....

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  53. turkey, roast potatoes, honey roast parsnips, brussel sprouts with chestnuts, home made stuffing , bread sauce and gravey!!

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  54. I think I'm like most on here I love my turkey dinner with gravy, roasts, peas, carrots, stuffing, mash the works. Looking forward to it now.

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  55. Mine would have to be roast turkey, crispy roast potatoes, fresh veg, stuffing, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, mash, gravy, etc etc

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  56. Roast Turkey with all the trimmings, except sprouts! followed by a rich xmas pud and brandy cream!

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  57. Its got to be all 3 courses of christmas dinner! soup turkeys all the trimmings and about 3 different desserts!

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  58. Roast turkey, roast potatoes, roast parsnips, carrots, peas, cauliflower...

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  59. ooooh, it has to be good old roast turkey, chipolatas and bacon rolls :)

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  60. Got to be Christmas dinner of course with all the trimmings

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  61. My Fave Christmas meal is Quorn fillet, with brussel sprouts and sliced almonds, carrots in lemon, fresh peas, scallion mash, roast potatoes, apricot and hazelnut stuffing, roast parsnips, and onion gravy - YUM YUM

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  62. Chicken, stuffing, parsnips! Yum!!

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  63. a nice piece of beef done in the slow cooker with a can of sweetheart stout, roast tatties and numerous veg

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  64. i love having turkey curry from the leftovers.

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  65. Turkey with trimmings, I like to be traditional when it comes to christmas roast :)

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  66. I love xmas lunch but I really enjoy using up the leftovers too, last year we made bubble and squeak cakes with some of the leftover mash and veg then had some leftover meat and cranberry sauce with it, delish!!

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  67. Full on Turkey, bread sauce, spouts, mashed carrot and turnip, roasties and gravy!

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  68. definitely the full turkey dinner

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  69. Turkey with all the trimmings! The sausage stuffing and pigs in blankets are my favourite bits :)

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  70. Turkey and all the trimmings followed by christmas pudd with cream.

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