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Festive favourites at Cinnamon Cottage

Thursday, 23rd November, 2017 9:14am

Take the stress out of the kitchen this Christmas and visit the Cinnamon Cottage to stock up on festive favourites!

Homemade for you to enjoy at home, the Cinnamon Cottage’s range of Christmas fare will leave you feeling like a domestic god(dess)!

There is a wide selection of main courses which are ideal for when you are entertaining at home, with popular dishes like Thai green curry, cottage pie, lasagne and fish pie, with portion sizes catered to suit your needs.

For mains, there is an array of homemade sides to accompany the traditional turkey and ham. Choose from creamy mash (€3.50), potato gratin, spiced red cabbage (€3.95), carrot and parsnip puree (€3.95) or two types of homemade stuffing (€3.75). There is also homemade cranberry and orange sauce (€3.95), which is great served with cold meats the next day.

What’s more, there is also a wide selection of decadent homemade goodies to enjoy. Whether it's homemade ice cream (€5.50), rocky road bars (€17.50) or a fruit pavlova (€25), there is a sweet treat for everyone to enjoy.

Cinnamon Cottage’s signature mincemeat (€6.95) is matured and full of flavour meaning you can make your own mince pies from the comfort of your kitchen. There is also a selection of traditional homemade Christmas cakes which are rich and fruity and can be ordered by the slice, square or cake.

Lastly, for those who aren’t a fan of traditional desserts, the homemade chocolate biscuit Christmas pudding cake (€25) makes the perfect centrepiece or gift in its festive wrapping.

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