You may not have been planning to do the cooking this year, but if that's now changed, now's your opportunity to impress. There are few things more satisfying that the perfect roast, and no better time of the year to perfect one.
Are you forming a Christmas bubble? Find out what precautions you should follow to limit the risk
Which? investigates how much of each cheese you get with a supermarket cheese board, and reveals which pack provides the best brie for your buck.
Is Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Tesco or Waitrose the cheapest supermarket to buy your Christmas dinner from? And when do you need order your Christmas food by?
With coronavirus restrictions affecting Christmas, we tested five of the best games to play on Zoom with your friends and family. See what we thoughtwhen we tried out Charades, Geoguessr, Jackbox TV, Among Us and Skribbl on a video call.
Morrisons Adrien Chopin Brut Champagne, £18, and Waitrose Brut Champagne, £20, have both been named Best Buys in the Which? Christmas 2020 champagne taste test. Find out how others fared.
We've rounded up the latest food processors, choppers and mixers to launch ahead of the festive season. Find out which ones are worth buying.
If you want to buy Christmas crackers this year, the chances are you’re being tempted by the choice of eco Christmas crackers on sale. They promise little or no use...
The Dual Zone has two cooking drawers which can cook foods to different times and temperatures. Get our expert first impressions of this premium air fryer and find out if it should be on your Christmas list.
With prices starting from around £20, a fitness tracker is no longer a luxury purchase. More people are turning to fitness trackers and smartwatches to help them lose weight, monitor a new fitness routine or simply get a bit more feedback on their day-to-day life.