This Christmas will acme a aces year for Prue Leith, one in which she seamlessly stepped into Mary Berry’s shoes on The Abundant British Bake Off and won over the naysayers.
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Yes, she’ll be affable Christmas cafeteria for her ancestors as usual, but she’ll additionally be able to accession a bottle of aerated to the aboriginal alternation of Bake Off on Channel 4, which exceeded all expectations – and she’ll pay admiration to the woman who fabricated it all accessible too.
‘I about abrasion red and a brace of abandoned earrings on Christmas Day, but this year I’ll be acid my blush ‘What would Mary do?’ accessory too,’ action Prue. ‘I’ve admired Mary for ever. She’s as solid as a rock, her recipes assignment and she’s nice with it. She’s a civic treasure.’
Prue Leith (pictured), 77, aggregate her admonition for advancing for Christmas and recalled memories of anniversary over the years
It’s a absorbing accession as Prue admits she was afraid about replacing Mary. And no wonder, for aback adjudicator Mary and hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins absitively not to move with the appearance aback Channel 4 wrested it from the BBC, the alteration of the bouncer was greeted with huge apprehension.
But co-judging with Paul Hollywood angry out to be easier and added fun than Prue could anytime accept imagined. ‘I admired it, actually admired it,’ she says with a smile. ‘I anticipate it shows aback you watch it – you can see we’re all accepting a acceptable time. It’s been a complete pleasure.’
Prue was alike forgiven for complete the name of the champ – which had been kept deeply beneath wraps for three months – in one distinct adverse tweet. She baby the abruptness by about congratulating Sophie Faldo aloof hours afore the final was broadcast, blaming her abashing on the time aberration amid the UK and Bhutan, area she was on holiday, which is six hours ahead.
Back in 2015 during a radio interview, Mary Berry let blooper who was abrogation the third adventure afore it aired and got abroad with it, but Prue was castigated for ruining the admirable afterpiece of her aboriginal series.
Prue pictured with her bedmate John Playfair who wooed her with home-cooked dinners, accept they accept baffled a cardinal access to Christmas
It’s an absurdity that still galls her now. ‘For a few canicule I acquainted like acid my throat, but everybody was actual candied about it,’ she says. ‘I can’t accept I could accept been such an idiot. I was actually mortified; I thought, ‘Oh, what accept I done?’ There was a time aberration so it was a bit like authoritative a buzz alarm and alive accession in the average of the night. I was actually agitated for a few days.
‘But the affair that afraid me best was that it would booty well-deserved absorption abroad from poor Sophie, whose hour it should accept been. I emailed her at already and, archetypal Sophie, she told me not to be silly, that it had fabricated no aberration and all was well.
If I’d been her I’d accept capital to asphyxiate me, and she’d accept been justified!’ Did Prue anticipate Sophie was the bright winner? ‘She’s a abundant baker and a aces winner. But the added finalists Steven Carter-Bailey or Kate Lyon could accept won it too,’ she says matter-of-factly.
Prue, 77, has an uncannily agnate address to Mary, who was a adjudicator on Bake Off for six years. She’s common but fair, with a birr of affinity and a allotment of abhorrence befuddled in. Alike her affection for acid admirable primary colours mirrors Mary’s.
Today, in the kitchen of her sprawling 18th-century Cotswolds estate house, she doesn’t abort in her red tunic, with a brace of antic outsized triangular orange and atramentous earrings, multi-coloured attach adorn and raspberry red-rimmed glasses.
And like Mary herself no doubt, Prue will be spending Christmas with her family, affable acceptable turkey with all the trimmings. It is, one imagines, the aboriginal bit of accord either will accept had for some time as they’re both against Christmas aliment programmes.
We gave my horse a bulge and angry him into a biscuit to go carol singing
Mary, Mel and Sue will be reuniting for the aboriginal time aback Bake Off for a one-off Christmas special, Abruptness Party, on BBC1.
Meanwhile, Prue, Paul and new hosts Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig are presenting two blithe editions of Bake Off, with antecedent contestants abiding to appearance off their baking abilities over three challenges.
‘The Christmas specials were abundant fun to film, and we achievement the admirers like them as abundant as we do,’ she says. ‘I adulation aggregate about Christmas – acid the holly, decorating the tree, active the pud, icing the block and the abundant barbecue on Christmas Day.
But I’m a stickler for befitting things simple and acceptable – annihilation fancy. I’ve been accomplishing my turkey compound for ever. Ditto the Christmas block and chip pies. So I assumption I’m ashore in the acceptable mould for Christmas, which is abnormal for me. I usually like experimenting and aggravating new combinations.’
Prue believes the capital affair for authoritative Christmas Day accessible is autograph a acceptable plan. She additionally says ‘doing as abundant as accessible in advanced of the day is key’
Prue has been teaching us to baker for decades, and artlessly she’s able the art of Christmas entertaining. This year she’s administration her secrets for a stress-free Christmas in the kitchen with Daily Mail readers, starting with a awe-inspiring 16-page compound daybed in the centre of this annual and continuing Monday to Thursday abutting anniversary in the paper.
Today’s pullout appearance some of her favourite Christmas Day dishes, able over the years, again during the anniversary Prue will be giving her recipes for blithe entertaining, whether it’s a ancestors Boxing Day buffet, a drinks affair or a developed banquet with friends. To accomplish activity accessible on the big day, she suggests you use her calendar – additionally in today’s daybed – as a guide.
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‘My aboriginal bit of admonition is to bethink that guests and ancestors haven’t appear to accord you Michelin stars,’ she says. ‘So the capital affair is accomplish it easy, and the easiest way to accomplish it accessible is to address a acceptable plan, or use abundance which has been aesthetic over the years. Again stick the plan on the fridge door.’
Doing as abundant as accessible in advanced of the day is key. ‘I’ve made, and frozen, little assurance of apricot and pistachio stuffing, all accessible to be roasted.
If both our continued families sat bottomward calm we’d be 30-plus
I rarely accomplish a able Christmas pudding as I acquisition actual few bodies eat it, so I accomplish one which is a basal boilerplate ice chrism with mincemeat, chip pies or aftermost year’s Christmas pudding alloyed in. That’s in the freezer too and it’s lovely.’
But alike Prue, the aerial priestess of cooking, is not above a bit of ‘cheating’ to cut bottomward on the stress. ‘The advocate in the aperture arena of Allison Pearson’s atypical I Don’t Apperceive How She Does It distresses her bazaar chip pies with a rolling pin to accomplish them attending home-made, I admired her for accomplishing that. So aback it comes to the Christmas vegetables, don’t be a snob.
I accept no botheration in acceptance my sprouts are frozen. I affirm you can use arctic sprouts, arctic peas and arctic appearance out of a packet. Aloof put a bit of absurd or garlic in, forth with alkali and pepper and cream, it’s adorable and a admirable colour,’ she explains.
Prue’s grandchildren Scarlett, Malachi and Gabriel and the agitation horse affairs Santa’s sleigh
‘And don’t be admirable about buzz potatoes as you can adapt them the day afore you buzz them. Boil the potatoes, bung them in a dry brazier so that they get a bit creamy and again while they’re still hot, cascade a bit of oil all over them, or butter. Put them in the baking tin, accessible to go. And I put some breadcrumbs on them because it makes them crumbly. Again all you accept to do is boost them into the oven on the day. It’s the case and the acid and the parboiling that booty your time.
‘I consistently ask the boner to accord me any affectionate of banty basic so I can accomplish banal able-bodied in advance. Again you can accomplish your gravy in advanced too and on the day you aloof add the nice gungy $.25 at the basal of the turkey pan to the gravy you’ve already made. In fact, you can do about aggregate the day afore to booty the accent out of the big day.’
Prue should know. She started her career in the 1960s accouterment for upmarket business lunches with her aggregation Leith’s Acceptable Food.
In 1969 she opened her world-famous restaurant Leith’s, which concluded up with a Michelin star, and in 1974 she opened Leith’s Academy of Aliment and Wine, which is still a arch aliment academy whose acclaimed alumni accommodate the Duchess of Cambridge. Prue’s additionally accounting 12 aliment books, as able-bodied as eight novels.
The dog wolfed bottomward a ham – and the presents
As you’d apprehend then, her duck-egg dejected kitchen is eye-popping.
It’s so well-stocked, awash abounding of jars of capacity and row aloft row of utensils, that you can’t brainstorm her anytime actuality bent out.
Her three dogs, Meg, Neeps and Tattie, and her majestic rust-coloured cat, Mags, who is sprawled lazily over the top of the two white fridges, accord an air of cosy calm. ‘We’re complete suckers for Christmas in our ancestors and it’s consistently a big, blessed event. Best Christmas memories are set in the accomplished 40-odd years in this aforementioned house, with the aforementioned casting and the accession of the grandchildren,’ says Prue.
There has been the odd adversity though. ‘I fabricated my aboriginal Christmas block at academy in South Africa aback I was 11 and presented it for Christmas Day tea. I was so appreciative of my three kings corrective in aliment dyes on a altogether bland aristocratic icing.
But I’d bootless to add any glycerine and the icing set like concrete,’ she laughs. ‘Unfortunately, my ancestor concluded up agreeable the ivory handle of my mother’s best knife by captivation it like a blade and hitting it with a hammer. Alike that huge accomplishment didn’t work, so we had to beat all the block out from underneath.’
Prue says she had a complete shock whilst adulatory Christmas at her aboriginal home in West London afterwards her net curtains blew beyond her Christmas timberline which had complete candles on it
And as a adolescent adult, mistakes were still actuality made. ‘When I’d got my aboriginal place, a bedsit in Earl’s Court, west London, I set the allowance on fire. I opened the window to let out the aroma of my afire parsnips, which acquired the net curtains to draft beyond my tiny Christmas timberline which had complete candles on it. It was actually a shock.’
So too was the broiled chestnut catastrophe. ‘My affliction anamnesis is of afterward a compound I’d heard on the radio about case chestnuts by deep-frying them,’ she recalls.
‘I acutely absent the basic admonishing about authoritative a cut in anniversary chestnut aboriginal because they began exploding all over the kitchen like duke grenades, with hot oil aqueous down. It was a daydream so I accomplished for the abutting assurance complete – my bedmate Rayne’s new tweed covering – covered my arch with it, inched up to the pan and angry off the heat. The kitchen was a complete blend and Rayne’s covering never recovered.’
The donkey peed on the floor, but no one minded
But generally it’s the fiascos that accomplish the best acclaimed Christmases. ‘Like the dog wolfing bottomward an complete ham and bistro the presents beneath the tree,’ action Prue.
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‘And one year I alone the buzz turkey because it was so heavy, and it slithered forth the kitchen attic for a brace of feet. Nobody was attractive so I did what anyone would – I aloof best it up and agitated on.’
Pros like Prue do occasionally get apathetic with acceptable turkey, though, and like to go off piste. ‘When our son Daniel and adopted Cambodian babe Li-Da were about 14 I anticipation it would be nice for them to accept article they’d never eaten before, abnormally as by December I’d done so abounding Christmas aliment demonstrations that by the time we got to Christmas itself no one could face addition turkey,’ recalls Prue. ‘So we had Peking abstain pancakes, with the brittle bark and the beef of the abstain all disconnected and formed up with bounce onions and asset sauce. And again we accomplished off with ice-cream.’
Prue begin co-judging Bake Off with Paul Hollywood (pictured left) easier and added fun than she initially imagined
Prue alike admits to accepting afraid up her Christmas accessory once. ‘One year I aloof couldn’t face Christmas; I was too tired. We absitively we aloof wouldn’t do Christmas so the four of us backward at Claridge’s in London for the weekend. I’ll never balloon that Christmas because it was amazing and stress-free.
On Christmas morning, because I didn’t accept to baker the dinner, Rayne took the children, who were about ten then, out to the esplanade and I absolved from Claridge’s to St Paul’s Cathedral for the morning service. It was a admirable brilliant winter’s day, with St Paul’s attractive like a Christmas card. No cars, no bodies except those walking to church. It was like some Victorian postcard.
‘At Claridge’s the guests were mostly Americans and the accouchement were all beautifully behaved, acid complete plaits or Little Lord Fauntleroy apparel – actually the adverse of our accepted appearance of Christmas. We had Christmas banquet in the huge dining allowance and aback Ancestor Christmas accustomed it was affliction for my two accouchement as he was activity from table to table and they had to delay for ages. He assuredly came to ours and they were beside themselves with excitement.’
Prue insists that the key to a stress-free blithe division is to bethink that ancestors and accompany are there for the occasion, not aloof the food. ‘The aboriginal time I did Christmas for the accomplished ancestors was aback I’d aloof opened Leith’s in 1969 and my mother came over from South Africa. We had Christmas banquet in the bankrupt restaurant as all the Spanish waiters had gone aback to Barcelona for the holiday.
I’ve still got a cardboard angel my niece fabricated 38 years ago
‘It was a appreciative moment as I capital to appearance off the restaurant to my family. My ancestor died aloof afore I angry 21 and aback again I was still floundering around, clumsy to adjudge what I capital to do. So he charge accept anticipation I was actually useless. Aback article acceptable happens now, like Bake Off, I do occasionally think, ‘See? I’m not so useless.’
But it was abundant to booty my mother to the restaurant, as she’d apparent acceptance in me by lending me £11,000 to get it going, which was a lot of money in those days. But it took me a continued time to realise that my accompany haven’t appear to my abode to adjudicator my food. They’ve appear to be with me and accept fun.’
And blithe fun has consistently been aerial on Prue’s list. ‘We acclimated to put on Nativity plays in the active allowance with the accouchement and guests on Christmas Eve. It was consistently makeshift, appliance the curtains as a date and tea towels on the shepherds’ heads.
Once we alike brought in the two little donkeys that were my Christmas present to Rayne that year. They were appealing affable and didn’t apperception actuality brought into the playroom, admitting they did accumulate bistro the harbinger and again one peed on the floor, admitting no one minded.
Prue’s ancestors strived for a acceptable Christmas during her adolescence in South Africa (Prue pictured centre filming Bake Off)
‘One year we went carol singing with the accomplished angel and our accouchement benumbed the donkeys. Our assistant alike angry my big chestnut gelding into a biscuit by creating a bulge on his back. So we set off into the night, walking to the abutting angel armed with lanterns, with the camel, the donkeys and the children. It was magical.’
It’s a far cry from her own adolescence Christmases in Johannesburg in South Africa. ‘Christmas happened in the average of the summer. Because we were a colonial English ancestors we’d put affection complete assurance in the angel tree, aggravating to accomplish it attending like a Christmas tree,’ recalls Prue. ‘My ancestor would dress up as Santa in a big red bathrobe clothes in the afire calefaction and we’d accept the acceptable turkey and asset pudding.
‘My mother couldn’t baker but we had a abundant Zulu cook. At Christmas the greatest treat, though, was aback a big argent basin was brought to the table with a white napkin about it and a can opener. Again my ancestor would actively accessible a two-pint can of Campbell’s amazon soup that had been acrimonious up.
He’d cascade it into the tureen, again bowl it out. It accustomed at the table in the can as my mother didn’t assurance the baker not to animate it with sherry. We anticipation this soup was admirable – far bigger than the abhorrent tinned Brussels sprouts that were served up. We ate central but again I’d go and lie in my anchorage beneath a pergola, actually blimp abounding of amber and nuts. We didn’t usually get sweets so it was a funny activity to be so abounding of affluent food.’
Prue (pictured appropriate with her Bake Off co-judges) says she ties affection loops to Quality Street toffees to adhere on a annex anniversary Christmas
Sweets accept consistently been a affection of Prue’s developed Christmases. ‘Year afterwards year I agilely tie affection loops to Quality Street toffees and adhere them on a silvered, now rather shabby, branch. It takes hours and I usually do it in advanced of the telly. Aback we spent our aboriginal Christmas with Li-Da in 1975, we’d aloof confused into this amazing house. Poor little Li-Da. I accept because she’d been fatigued at one point in her activity she was so actual agog on food.
‘There was a brace of scissors on the butt that the baby annex is ashore into, and the kids were told that afterwards commons they could cut off a brace of sweets, which they loved. Well, of course, Li-Da couldn’t abide and blimp her bathrobe clothes pockets with sweets. Aback I best up her bathrobe clothes by the amiss end, all the sweets fell out and her little face was one of complete abhorrence and guilt.’
One of Prue’s favourite blithe moments is bringing out the old ancestors adornment box. ‘I still accept home-made decorations, angels and blind ornaments fabricated by the accouchement about four decades ago, including a cardboard angel that my niece fabricated aback she was four. She’s 42 now. But some of the best abominable decorations accept become favourites. Like the altogether present my mother gave me.
I still accept home-made decorations, angels and blind ornaments fabricated by the accouchement about four decades ago, including a cardboard angel that my niece fabricated aback she was four. She’s 42 now
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I was aloof affective into this abode and I bare aggregate because I’d been in a tiny little collapsed in London, and what does my mother accord me?
Three ceramics Christmas decorations – little German monks accustomed candles in procession,’ action Prue. ‘At aboriginal I anticipation they were abundantly barnyard but now I anticipate they’re actually candied and anybody loves them. They’re allotment of our ancestors Christmas.’
Food aside, Prue’s gift-giving ritual is the centrepiece of the day. ‘We acclimated to use our decayed old barrow as Ancestor Christmas’s cart. I’d re-paint it red anniversary year. But aftermost year acutely I gave up as it was so battered, so I afflicted it for a artificial blooming one and I tie a red cardboard amenity about it. But it’s still pulled by the little old agitation horse who, to this day, is in the apartment cat-and-mouse for his moment.’
Once the agitation horse has performed his duty, the presents are accustomed out. ‘Long afore I met Rayne, he spent some of the war on a tanker in the merchant fleet and he came aback with a fez,’ recalls Prue. ‘And for some reason, every time he dished out the Christmas presents aback our accouchement were little he wore the fez. Now my son Daniel, who’s 43, wears the fez and it’s a tatty old thing.’
She says afterwards the adamantine assignment and alertness has happened on Christmas Day her ancestors will watch James Bond or Bake Off together
When it comes to presents, Prue brand to accumulate it simple. ‘I aloof bought my grandchildren books for Christmas. And I bet you annihilation their hearts will sink, as they’d apparently adopt a PlayStation. As children, we had a pillow case at the basal of our beds and I bethink the action as you accolade bottomward the bed to feel the presents.
I was consistently aghast because what I capital was a puppy or a horse or a bicycle. But it was consistently books. It’s funny because I’m such an addictive clairvoyant and biographer now but I bethink aback my ancestor was bushing in my appliance to Cape Town University, aback it came to the area about hobbies he said, ‘I ambition I could put account bottomward here. But I’d bigger address boys.’
In actuality there was actually alone one boy for Prue. She was affiliated for 38 years to South African columnist Rayne until his afterlife in 2002, alike admitting he was affiliated to her mother’s best acquaintance aback they met. She has aback affiliated John Playfair, a 70-year-old retired clothes designer, afterwards he wooed her with home-cooked dinners. But they accept a cardinal access to Christmas.
‘If all the Playfairs and all the Leiths and their continued families sat bottomward calm we’d be 30-plus. So we’re accepting three goes at it this year.
When the guests access on Christmas Eve, out comes the old adornment box and we adorn the tree, which stands on a table in the hall
Christmas Day with me, John, Daniel, my daughter-in-law Emma and their accouchement Malachi, seven, Scarlett, six, and Gabriel, four, as able-bodied as Emma’s mum Ginnie. Li-Da, who’s 43 now, will be with her bedmate Matt and his family.
‘Here mostly the women will be poshed up while the men will be accidental and the accouchement could be in annihilation from adorned dress to football kits. Then, a few canicule later, we’ll accept a ‘Games Day’ with my brother James, my nephews and nieces, their spouses and accouchement area we comedy children’s amateur and charades and accomplish idiots of ourselves. Again a Playfair banquet with John’s four children, additional their added halves,’ explains Prue.
‘When the guests access on Christmas Eve, out comes the old adornment box and we adorn the tree, which stands on a table in the hall. This is helped by glasses of albino for the adults, forth with smoked apricot and rye bread, and pigs in blankets by way of supper, followed by a close bake-apple bloom with a bit of aroma in it.
‘Some of the guests ability go to midnight mass, but somebody has to break with the children. Again we put out chip pies and carrots for Ancestor Christmas and his reindeer. On Christmas morning, about 11am, we accept coffee and albino while we accessible presents about the tree.
Fathers are accepted to put batteries in the new toys and mop up the tears aback things go wrong. And again we’ll apparently accept Christmas banquet at about 3pm. Like the dinner, I’m actual traditionalist aback it comes to the table adornment as everything’s red and green, with a red tablecloth and lots of little red stars broadcast over it, forth with red candles.’
And what happens afterwards all the months of Christmas Day preparation, adamantine assignment and allowance up are over? ‘We’ll aloof watch Bond – or Bake Off,’ smiles Prue.
Prue’s adage for Christmas Day is don’t agitation – aloof plan like mad. ‘If you appetite to adore Christmas to the full, plan advanced properly,’ she says. ‘Read and re-read my Christmas Countdown, again pin it on the fridge aperture for anybody to see and you’ll abstain last-minute panics.
Do some appointment in advance. Adjudge who you appetite to advice you and when, and acquaint them beforehand. It’s no acceptable allurement for advice aback they’re abysmal in conversation, bottle in hand.
‘Work out how abundant time you charge afore the meal to do aggregate abroad you’d like to do: go to church, accessible presents, appointment Aunt Maude or whatever. It may be that cafeteria should be at 2.30pm, or alike afterwards at 4pm. Accouchement can consistently be accustomed a bite to avoid off ache until cafeteria is ready.
‘Try not to accomplish activity difficult for yourself, either. Authoritative any complicated and accidental account is a compound for stress. Personally I’d balloon account like salads as they’re acceptable to be abandoned and larboard in the fridge. Accomplish one for supper or cafeteria the abutting day,’ she says.
‘And don’t be afraid by a 20lb ancestors turkey – anticipate of it as affable a ample chicken. If you’ve done a craven buzz you can calmly administer a turkey – aloof buzz it added boring and accord it added time. Use the centermost baking tin you have, too, as there’s a lot of fat from a turkey.’
For affair entertaining, Prue suggests activity for baby bite-sized nibbles that won’t endanger affair clothes. ‘The easiest bite foods are apparently dips. If the ‘dippers’ – biscuits, breadsticks or tortilla chips – are as adorable as the dips, bodies will adulation them and they can sit on a table so you needn’t canyon them round.
If you do appetite to accomplish canapés or bites, accomplish algid ones that can be able in advance. If you accept hot ones, accomplish abiding they’re the affectionate that can be kept balmy after spoiling, such as sausages in bacon or mini quiches.
‘And aback it comes to drinks, accomplish abiding you accept affluence of ice. If you’re authoritative your own cocktails, pre-mix a jug of the abject in advanced to acceleration up assembly later. And alone action one blazon of cocktail – authoritative affair to adjustment is too abundant adamantine work.
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For Christmas Day I generally accomplish a acceptable Bellini cocktail, which consistently goes bottomward well. This year I ability additionally accomplish an eggnog with brandy and ice cream. Years ago an American acquaintance was blockage with us and fabricated a brazier of the stuff. But beware – because it tastes added like a pudding than a drink, we all got actively sozzled!’
The Abundant Christmas Bake Off and The Abundant Blithe Bake Off are advancing anon to Channel 4.
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