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    Holiday Tag Hosts
    Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:42 pm
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    Your hosts are Debbwl and alligirl...
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    You may think Thanksgiving is so much of a food holiday, with a bonus week of leftovers, that one should not seek more in November. Take a look at this list of temptations, and think again!

    Georgia Pecan Month
    Good Nutrition Month
    National Peanut Butter
    Lover’s Month
    National Pepper Month
    National Pomegranate Month
    Raisin Bread Month
    Vegan Month

    National Fig Week is the first week in November. Each day of the month has something to celebrate too:

    November 1: National Deep Fried Clams Day & National Vinegar Day
    November 2: National Deviled Egg Day
    November 3: National Sandwich Day
    November 4: National Candy Day
    November 5: National Doughnut Day
    November 6: National Nachos Day
    November 7: Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
    November 8: National Cappuccino Day & National Harvey Wallbanger Day
    November 9: National Scrapple Day & Cook Something Bold & Pungent Day
    November 10: National Vanilla Cupcake Day
    November 11: National Sundae Day
    November 12: National Pizza With Everything Day (Except Anchovies)
    November 13: National Indian Pudding Day
    November 14: National Guacamole Day
    November 14: National Pickle Day
    November 15: National Raisin Bran Cereal Day
    November 16: National Fast Food Day
    November 17: National Baklava Day & Homemade Bread Day
    November 18: National Vichyssoise Day
    November 19: Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day
    November 20: National Peanut Butter Fudge Day & Beaujolais Nouveau Day
    November 21: Gingerbread Day
    November 22: National Cashew Day
    November 23: National Espresso Day & Eat a Cranberry Day
    November 24: National Sardines Day
    November 25: National Parfait Day
    November 26: National Cake Day
    November 27: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
    November 28: National French Toast Day
    November 29: Chocolates Day & National Lemon Creme Pie Day
    November 30: National Mousse Day


    November 13: National Indian Pudding Day

    Did ya ever wonder WHAT Indian Pudding is? Here is the answer!

    ~Indian pudding might not be pretty, but few New England desserts can rival its claim to fame as the most comprehensive of our regional sweet dishes. It evolved out of an initial British culinary tradition, which was then enhanced by Native American influenced necessity, and finally, flavored with the fruits of New England commerce.
    Confused? Here's how the pieces fit together:
    Early colonists brought with them to America a fondness for British "hasty pudding" —a dish made by boiling wheat flour in water or milk until it thickened into porridge.
    Since wheat flour was scarce in the new world, hasty-pudding-deprived settlers adapted by using native corn meal, dubbed "Indian flour," and flavoring the resulting mush to be either sweet (with maple syrup or molasses) or savory (with drippings or salted meat).
    In time, the dish evolved into one that was resoundingly sweet, with lots of molasses and additional ingredients like butter, cinnamon, ginger, eggs, and sometimes even raisins or nuts. Because New England was a stop in the "Triangle Trade" route of the 18th century, New Englanders found themselves with an abundance of molasses on their hands. Never a wasteful group, they used it to sweeten everything from Anadama Bread to Baked Beans.
    Indian pudding began officially appearing in American cook books in the late 1700's. Early methods called for the dish to be cooked in a "slow" oven, meaning at a low temperature, for a long period of time. The pudding dish was placed in a large, shallow pan, into which a shallow amount of water was added. The water insulated the dish so it would cook very gently during its long cook time.

    Hope that answers your questions about Indian pudding! You may check out the recipes for this classic New England dessert HERE!

    November 18: National Vichyssoise Day



    Did ya ever wonder what vichyssoise is? The answer you've been looking for is here! (sensing a theme? icon_wink.gif )

    **Vichyssoise ( /ˌvɪʃiˈswɑːz/ US dict: vish·ē·swäz′) is a thick soup made of puréed leeks, onions, potatoes, cream, and chicken stock. It is traditionally served cold, but can also be eaten hot.

    The origins of vichyssoise are a subject of debate among culinary historians; Julia Child called it "an American invention",whereas others observe that "the origin of the soup is questionable in whether it's genuinely French or an American creation".
    Louis Diat, a chef at the Ritz-Carlton in New York City, is most often credited with its (re)invention. In 1950, Diat told New Yorker magazine:
    In the summer of 1917, when I had been at the Ritz seven years, I reflected upon the potato and leek soup of my childhood which my mother and grandmother used to make. I recalled how during the summer my older brother and I used to cool it off by pouring in cold milk and how delicious it was. I resolved to make something of the sort for the patrons of the Ritz.
    The same article explains that the soup was first titled crème vichyssoise glacée - then, after the restaurant's menu changed from French to English in 1930, cream vichyssoise glacée. Diat named it after Vichy, a town not far from his home town of Montmarault, France.
    Earlier, French chef Jules Gouffé created a recipe for a hot potato and leek soup, publishing a version in Royal Cookery (1869).
    And these are all the recipes for it on food. com vichyssoise recipes

    November 28: National French Toast Day

    Soooo many to choose from; so little time! French Toast

    'Nuff said.
    Holiday Tag Hosts
    Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:56 pm
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    Tagged 10/23 due 11/06
    icon_biggrin.gif sofie-a-toast icon_arrow.gif Katew's Baked Pesto Ricotta 389277
    icon_biggrin.gif Alli icon_arrow.gif sofie-a-toast's Jello Shot Orange Slices #475237

    Tagged 10/26 due 11/09
    icon_biggrin.gif Lori Mama icon_arrow.gif Deb's Roasted Sweet Curry Squash 475477

    Tagged 10/30 due 11/13
    icon_biggrin.gif Alli icon_arrow.gif Deb's Swiss Breakfast Parfait #456893
    icon_biggrin.gif I'mPat icon_arrow.gif Alli's Martha's Spicy Sweet Chicken Wings 485183



    Tagged 11/02 due 11/16
    icon_biggrin.gif Alli icon_arrow.gif I'm Pat's Avocado on Toast With Bacon and Maple Syrup #480215

    Tagged 11/03 due 11/17
    icon_biggrin.gif Lori Mama icon_arrow.gif ( from Alli’s picks) Deviled Eggs With Chives #458985 ext to 11/29
    icon_biggrin.gif Deb icon_arrow.gif Lori Mama's Couscous With Tomato and Garlic #484254
    icon_biggrin.gif I’mPat icon_arrow.gif (from Deb’s picks) Deviled Egg Salad Sandwiches 374639

    Tagged 11/04 due 11/18
    icon_biggrin.gif diner524 icon_arrow.gif I'mPat's Pancakes 444268
    icon_biggrin.gif Deb icon_arrow.gif (from diner's picks) Fried Egg Sandwiches 43027
    icon_biggrin.gif katew icon_arrow.gif (from Deb's picks) The Candy Kitchen Pecan Pie Cake #70800

    Tagged 11/05 due 11/19
    icon_biggrin.gif pammyowl icon_arrow.gif katew's Perfect Roast Chicken #480071

    Tagged 11/07 due 11/21
    icon_biggrin.gif Deb icon_arrow.gif pammyowl's Red Cabbage With Apples 475365
    icon_biggrin.gif pammyowl icon_arrow.gif Deb's Mustard Roasted Red Potatoes 467194

    Tagged 11/08 due 11/22
    icon_biggrin.gif Charlotte J icon_arrow.gif pammyowl's Maple Pork and Apples 486329
    icon_biggrin.gif Lori Mama icon_arrow.gif Charlotte J's Sun-Dried Tomato Marinara Sauce 195389
    icon_biggrin.gif pammyowl icon_arrow.gif Lori Mama's Reduced Fat Scalloped Potatoes 476040

    Tagged 11/11 due 11/25
    icon_biggrin.gif Deb icon_arrow.gif pammyowl's Colcannon (Mashed Potatoes With Cabbage) 485093

    Tagged 11/12 due 11/26
    icon_biggrin.gif pammyowl icon_arrow.gif Deb's After the Holiday Scones, Aka Cranberry Sauce Scones #468885

    Tagged 11/13 due 11/27
    Alli icon_arrow.gif pammyowl's Kentucky Pound Cake #460885
    icon_biggrin.gif pammyowl icon_arrow.gif Alli's Cheese Frizzles 484404

    Tagged 11/17 due 12/01
    icon_biggrin.gif Deb icon_arrow.gif pammyowl's Kielbasa and Eggs 490011

    Tagged 11/18 due 12/02
    icon_biggrin.gif katew icon_arrow.gif Deb's Chef Richard Blais’ Pulled Chicken Sandwich 479563

    Tagged 11/21 due 12/05
    icon_biggrin.gif Weekend cooker icon_arrow.gif Kate's Pork Steak Sandwiches With Onions 476429
    icon_biggrin.gif I'mPat icon_arrow.gif Weekend cooker's Kickin Chicken Wings 483198

    Tagged 11/24 due 12/08
    icon_biggrin.gif Deb icon_arrow.gif I'mPat's French Pear Pudding #460556
    icon_biggrin.gif Boomette icon_arrow.gif S'more Parfaits 279185 (Deb's pick)

    Tagged 11/25 due 12/09
    Deb icon_arrow.gif Skillet Bread 485261 by Deb

    Tagged 11/27 due 12/11
    Alli icon_arrow.gif Deb's Walnut Blackberry Bread #487914

    Tagged 11/28 due 12/12
    Boomette icon_arrow.gif Puffy French Toast #38290 (Alli's picks)

    Tagged 11/29 due 12/13
    Baby Kato icon_arrow.gif Seasoned Scrambled Eggs 414234 by Boomette
    I'mPat icon_arrow.gif Rice Salad from India 482286 by Baby Kato

    Tagged 11/30 due 12/14
    breezermom icon_arrow.gif Crunchy Rosemary Potatoes 445100 by I'mPat


    Last edited by Holiday Tag Hosts on Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:26 pm, edited 20 times in total
    Holiday Tag Hosts
    Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:05 pm
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    I'mPat is IT and HERE ARE ALL HER RECIPES.
    Lori Mama
    Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:48 pm
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    wave.gif Alli and Deb, you guys rock!! icon_cool.gif icon_biggrin.gif
    alligirl
    Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:42 pm
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    Lori Mama wrote:
    wave.gif Alli and Deb, you guys rock!! icon_cool.gif icon_biggrin.gif


    Thank you, ma'am...you're pretty cool yourself! icon_wink.gif

    Alli icon_cool.gif
    alligirl
    Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:51 pm
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    I just found the cRaZiest sounding recipe, so now I have to try it...

    Alli icon_arrow.gif I'm Pat's Avocado on Toast With Bacon and Maple Syrup #480215

    I'm going to catch a quick update! icon_wink.gif

    Alli icon_cool.gif
    Holiday Tag Hosts
    Fri Nov 02, 2012 7:15 pm
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    < Updated to here! >

    In honor of National Deviled Egg Day, you may choose from here -->> Deviled Eggs are here! icon_wink.gif Dont forget to open your windows!

    Alli icon_cool.gif
    Lori Mama
    Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:10 pm
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    Holiday Tag Hosts wrote:
    < Updated to here! >

    In honor of National Deviled Egg Day, you may choose from here -->> Deviled Eggs are here! icon_wink.gif Dont forget to open your windows!

    Alli icon_cool.gif

    I'll take on that challenge

    Lori Mama icon_arrow.gif mariajane Deviled Eggs With Chives #458985

    Lori Mama is IT or continue with Deviled Eggs are here!
    Debbwl
    Sat Nov 03, 2012 5:14 am
    Forum Host
    Tagging Lori’s Couscous With Tomato and Garlic 484254

    In honor of national sandwich day you can tag a Sandwich Recipe or Deb’s Recipes
    I'mPat
    Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:12 am
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    Tagging Debbwl and making a sandwich recipe - Deviled Egg Salad Sandwiches 374639 by kittycatmom

    I'mPat is IT and HERE ARE MY RECIPES.


    Pat
    Holiday Tag Hosts
    Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:54 pm
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    updated to here
    Deb




    I'mPat is IT and HERE ARE HER RECIPES.
    diner524
    Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:32 pm
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    wave.gif Hi Alli and Debbwl!!!

    I would like to tag Pat's Pancakes, #444268.

    In honor of National Sandwich day, please tag a sandwich from Sandwiches or any of Diner's Recipes.


    Last edited by diner524 on Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:21 am, edited 1 time in total
    Debbwl
    Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:36 pm
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    wave.gif diner, hope you are having a good weekend. We are having above normal highs so it is a nice warm 75 F right now icon_biggrin.gif

    Tagging Fried Egg Sandwiches 43027 from diner’s picks

    In honor of National Candy day you can tag Candy Recipes or Deb’s Recipes
    Debbwl
    Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:31 pm
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    Made and reviewed Lori’s Couscous With Tomato and Garlic 484254 yummy.gif

    Couscous With Tomato and Garlic
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