It’s a cold December afternoon on the Yorkshire Moors, and you’ve been invited to celebrate Christmas at Downton Abbey!
The snow crunches under your feet as you approach the great entry way, and before you can knock Mr. Carson has swung the door open and is welcoming you in from the cold.
You step inside and are immediately greeted by warmth, the sounds of laughter, and the heart-warming scent of pine mixed with cinnamon, orange, and nutmeg.
Carson takes your coat then leads you to the main hall where the Crawley family has assembled to welcome you beneath the beautifully adorned Christmas tree.
After a moment of exchanging pleasantries, you all make your way to the dining room.
Mrs. Patmore is sure to have outdone herself for such an occasion, and your mouth is already watering in anticipation of the incredible day-long feast ahead of you…
You can almost taste the Roast Turkey with Apple Stuffing and fresh Cranberry Sauce… The Sausage Forcemeat, Creamed Potatoes, Redcurrant Jelly, Baked Parsnips…
In her new book, “Christmas at Downtown: Holiday Foods and Traditions from the Unofficial Guide to Downtown Abbey” Elizabeth Fellow, #1 bestselling author of “Tea at Downtown,” pulls back the curtain and shows you how to give your family a taste of Downton life!
In this concise book you will learn:
How to decorate your home and lay the table with Downton SplendourWhat it was like to live in Yorkshire and celebrate Christmas at the turn of the last centuryHoliday recipes for the beloved foods that made Christmas in England so glorious starting with Christmas breakfast, going through luncheon and tea-time, right up the the most extravagant feast of the year in Christmas dinner. There are also special drinks, and traditional dessertsYou’ll be able to bring the grandeur of a Downton Christmas to your own home affordably without compromising one drop of elegance
By the time you’ve finished this book you’ll be ready to turn Christmas Day into a dazzling celebration for the whole family, even if you don’t have a Mrs. Patmore or Carson of your own!
Get your copy of “Christmas at Downtown: Holiday Foods and Traditions from the Unofficial Guide to Downtown Abbey” and prepare to celebrate like the Crawleys today!