Dancing on Ice star Holly Willoughby unveils her indulgent dinner as she enjoys a romantic date night at home with husband Dan Baldwin.
Holly Willoughby proved she doesn’t need restaurants to open when she can enjoy a decadent dinner at home!
The This Morning star left her Instagram fans stunned after sharing a photo of the ultra-indulgent dinner she enjoyed with her husband Dan Baldwin – perhaps even as a date night after their children Harry, Belle and Chester had gone to bed.
Holly’s food of choice consisted of a cheese fondue, which could be seen served inside a copper pot next to a selection of cured meats, a bowl of salad, and pickled onions and gherkins. Yum!
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“Weekend highlights…”, the Dancing on Ice host captioned the photo, which credited Jimmy Garcia Catering.
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Perhaps Holly opted for the wine tasting box, priced between £160 and £190, which includes three bottles of wine with tasting cards, as well as cheese and charcuterie – but that would mean she created her own fondue.
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Holly is a self-confessed cheese fan, with some of her favourite dishes including macaroni and cheese, a humble jacket potato oozing with melted cheese, and pizza – which she ate for breakfast ahead of her appearance on This Morning after a late night at the National Television Awards!
She told the Food Network her ultimate comfort food is “a baked potato with real butter, cheese, and beans. But which do you put on first? I think cheese then beans to get the cheese really melty.”
Holly has admitted she loves cheese, and even previously ate pizza for breakfast!
Meanwhile, she has been refreshingly honest when asked what she cooks for her three children. “I want to fill them with goodness and make sure they don’t snack between meals. I like them to try new things, like crab and cockles,” she previously told Asda Living magazine.
“But I love a processed cheese slice myself, so I can’t be that militant about nutrition.”
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