A collection of 30 Christmas recipe links from around the world as ideas to get you started on your culinary celebration
Steve Manfredi: Roast turkey breast with chestnut stuffing Aussie (Italian) chef Stefano Manfredi separates the breast.
Gary Rhodes: A very British Christmas Xanthe Clay joins chef Gary Rhodes as he recreates the magic of the festive feast - from turkey stuffed with pistachios to brussels sprouts with maple syrup.
Benjamin Christie: An Australian twist on the traditional Christmas Turkey
Neil Perry: BBQ marinated quail, chicken, duck and with preserved lemon and harissa
Roast Quail with Grapes and Chestnuts Adapted from Restaurant Nicholas Le Bec, Lyon, France
Christmas Eve Baccala
Antonio Carlucci: Eel Baked with Bay Leaves This typical Venetian recipe is traditionally eaten on Christmas Eve. It originates from the Comacchio Valley, south of Chioggia, where the eels are wonderful and fat.
Tristan Welch: Christmas Cured Salmon
Karen Martini: Crayfish salad a la Rousse with saffron
Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall: Glazed Baked Ham & Figs
Christine Manfield: Blue Swimmer Crab Shaved Coconut and Mint Salad with Fried Shallots
Luke Nguyen: Family Steamboat
Will Studd: Baked Clarines
Silvano Franco: Almondy Mince Pies
Rebecca Varidel: Mum's Christmas Pudding We've been trying to trace back how long this recipe has been handed down in the family. We can trace it back at least 80 years, and it probably has been used as this recipe, for even longer than that.
Classic Christmas Cake This, with no apologies, is a Christmas cake that has been in print since 1978, has been made and loved by thousands and is one of the most popular recipes Delia Smith has ever produced.
Guillaume Brahimi: Christmas Tree Icecream
Classic Buche de Noel
German Christmas Gingerbread Cake
Old-fashioned Christmas Stollen
Panforte Di Siena
Mario Batali: Panettone
Joulupuuro Finnish Christmas Rice Porridge
Alton Brown: Eggnog
Pierre Herme’s Caramel Cinnamon Hot Chocolate
Christmas Cracker cocktail
Nigella Lawson: Christmas Cookie Decorations
Jamie Oliver: Christmas Vegetables