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13/12/2014

A stylish Christmas with Fortnum and Mason + Giveaway

edible gifts



One of my favourite places in London is Somerset house - it's such a beautiful setting and houses so many amazing events including London Fashion Week and over the Christmas period a beautiful Ice-rink and this year The Christmas Arcade by Fortnum and Mason - an amazing pop-up store which has taken over the West Wing of Somerset House and 15 rooms, each individually styled and stock some delicious edible goodies as well as ladies and mens winter accessories, tea caddies, china, decorations, stocking fillers, gifts and games.


Christmas decorations


Every Tuesday until Christmas is Glad Tiding Tuesday - a late night shopping event which basically has everything and a little more to get you into the festive spirit with a Christmas Choir, tastings, workshops and the chance to meet some of the makers. You can also have the chance to check out there famous Christmas hampers and I am very excited to be able to offer one of my readers the chance to win a Fortnum and Mason Frost Fayre Hamper worth £250


Christmas hamper



a Rafflecopter giveaway

419 comments:

  1. Chaumes cheese and baked Camenbert , can't you tell I'm a huge cheese lover.

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  2. I love these dark chocolate peppermint crackle cookies that we started making for the holidays a few years ago... they are so good! You can't eat just one!

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  3. Snowman cookies from Starbucks.

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  4. christmas chocolate straight out the stocking at 6am

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  5. I love Christmas pudding, left over from the day before, microwaved so it goes a bit chewy!

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  6. I like Christmas pudding, leftover from the day before, heated in the microwave so it's a bit chewy! Sometimes with ice cream!

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  7. Brussels sprouts with chestnuts and bacon

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  8. I love my Mums Christmas Cake, she feeds it with plenty of Brandy which makes it tasty and moist (Hannah Bee)

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  9. chtistmas pud with brandy cream thankyou

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  10. I absolutely love panettone and also mince pies with chanting cream.

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  11. chocolate coins from the christmas tree

    caroline watson

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  12. I have to say a chocolate orange - well you don't really eat them at any other time do you? :) I alway love christmas pudding

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  13. Champagne and canapes!

    What a great giveaway, I love F&M!!

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  14. My Nan's vanilla crescents or Camille Kipferl as we call them in German x

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  15. Vanille, auto-correct got in the way

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  16. Christmas pudding with single cream

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  17. satsumas -they smell of Christmas!

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  18. Stollen with loads of marzipan in it

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  19. My favourite Christmas food treat is chocolate fudge yule log with lots of cream!

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  20. Mince pies - we've eaten way too many of them already :D Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES

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  21. Christmas Pudding, I look forward to it every year.

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  22. Chocolate Yule Log!

    Michaela | http://watercolourcamera.blogspot.co.uk/

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  23. I can't resist roast potatoes, even the cold leftover ones. In thick white bread and ketchup for a midnight snack. Potentially disgusting but I love it!!
    Cx
    charliedistracted.com / Bloglovin

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  24. Warm Pecan Pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

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  25. A BIG bag of quality mixed nuts!

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  26. At the moment it's some matcha Christmas tree shortbread that I made recently.

    Jaye | http://cardiffinateacup.wordpress.com

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  27. At the moment it's some matcha Christmas tree shortbread that I made recently.

    Jaye | http://cardiffinateacup.wordpress.com

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  28. I am olivia kirby on you tube and sayhelloflo on twitter - i think I put instagram name in one of the fields and I couldn't edit it!

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  29. Pineapple cheesecake & apple streusel :-)

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  30. Gingerbread Men! No Doubt :)

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  31. Eggnog! And Christmas cookies of all shapes and sorts :)

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  32. Christmas Pudding (and mince pies)

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  33. I love a nice cheese board

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  34. Christmas pudding with custard, ice cream and cream!

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  35. Hot out of the oven honey roast ham

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  36. mince pies with clotted cream

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  37. Christmas cake.

    Rachel Craig

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  38. Chritmas pudding every time,break with tradition,use custard only (Birds) the best,if your on a tight budget.
    Terry

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  39. David Williams - Sugar mice

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  40. I love the old fashioned jelly orange and lemon slices.

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  41. The Christmas chocolate decs that hang from the tree.

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  42. Loving your site, bright, colourful, informative x

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  43. Roast potatoes, crisp on the outside and fluffy inside

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  44. Its all about the chestnut stuffing for me!

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  45. Homemade Christmas Pudding

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  46. chocolate golden coins some how the chocolate tasts nicer

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  47. Mince pies with brandy cream!!!!

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  48. mince pies with an icing top

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  49. Rum butter on warm toast - yummy!

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  50. Stollen - its wonderful, marzipan cake. I prefer it from the traditional British Christmas cake.

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  51. I don't like fruit cake so it would have to be a yummy chocolate log.

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  52. Puff pastry mince pies

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  53. Has to be Christmas cake made by my fathers fair hand

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  54. after eights, we always receive boxes of after eights at christmas, and we stuff our faces with them whilst watching christmas movies :p.

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  55. Christmas pudding!

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  56. slice of stolen (with a snowball drink)

    KATHY D

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  57. I'm lucky my wife has just made boozy Christmas pudding ice cream

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  58. Christmas Pudding served with home made custard.

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  59. Chocolate truffles

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  60. REAL mince pies, with meat, from Fortnums. Getting them is a Christmas Eve tradition.

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  61. It would have to be the King George Christmas Pudding without a doubt .xx

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  62. The left over turkey and stuffing the day after. LOVELY! :-)

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  63. Christmas cake

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  64. Christmas Cake - mine is "brewing" nicely in a tin having been topped up with brandy once every couple of weeks! Can't wait to try it with some Wensleydale.....

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  65. Christmas Pudding

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  66. Stollen! I just love marzipan ...

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  67. my favourite ediblr treat has got to be shortbread mince pies with thick whipped double cream

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  68. CHEESE - lots of gooey Camembert and some nice strong cheddar

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  69. Mince pies ... I eat the pastry and leave the inside, lol.

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  70. The Christmas Pudding for me too please.

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  71. Mince pies!! ;-) (Laura Jeffs)

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  72. Pate and cheese

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  73. it would have to be shortbread and fresh strawberries and cream mmmmm :)

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  74. Baileys on ice and lots of chocolate

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  75. Definitely a rich, moist Chocolate Log!

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  76. Christmas Cake

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  77. My weakness is for Stollen :)

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  78. Jemma Louise Hunt15 December 2014 at 10:18

    My mum makes giant sausage rolls every Christmas. They're my favourite treat by far!

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  79. I absolutely love a well made mince pie with a dollop of fresh double cream. I'm lucky as my colleague is an ace pastry maker, I look forward to mince pie season every year!

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  80. Mince pies or Christmas cake. Hmmmm I can't choose which

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  81. prawn vol au vents

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  82. Im a sucker for stollen although no one else in my house is so the marzipan naughtiness is all mine lol

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  83. An enormous tin of Quality Street

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  84. I just love Savoury so love Pigs in Blankets

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  85. My homemade Christmas Linzer cookies are my very favorite treat, closely followed by pigs in Parma Ham blankets x

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  86. Christmas cake with Wensleydale cheese (It's a Yorkshire thing)

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  87. Homemade mincepies with a dollop of baileys cream

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  88. Sausages wrapped in bacon :-)

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  89. I like Christmas cake, love the icing and marzipan

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  90. Christmas pudding

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  91. Puff Pastry Mince Pies

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  92. Those ginger chewy biscuits covered in chocolate, think they are German

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