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    December Community Calendar

    Susie D
    Sat Dec 01, 2012 2:13 pm
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    This year with money and time both being in short supply the theme in most of the retail stores is simple and relaxed with just a touch of holiday glitter. So the photo forum this year will follow suit with Simple and Relaxed December Fare with Style

    We All love a Party and there are so many Celebrations being planned from Graduations, Anniversaries. Christmas Eve, Christmas, Boxing Day, Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve - just to mention a few.
    So come and join us for some wonderful party ideas from small to large, with great recipes to choose from and tips on partying and planning without it always costing a fortune.
    So Come and Click HERE to join the fun.

    The julefrokost, Christmas lunch, is an essential part of Danish Yuletide culture. Despite its name, the Christmas “lunch” is an evening affair, involving plenty of food, beer and schnapps. Why not give your holiday season a little Scandinavian flair and invite your friends round for lunch on a Friday evening? icon_wink.gif Click here to learn more!

    Gifts from the Kitchen in the Canning Forum
    Giving is what makes the midwinter holidays such a heartwarming season. So much time and care is spent selecting the "perfect" gift for those on our list that it can be expensive and stressful. You can save money and reduce the stress of rushing around overcrowded malls looking for the perfect gift by giving easy-to-make homemade gifts in a jar. Homemade gifts from the comfort of your kitchen will stretch your holiday budget. They contain inexpensive ingredients and are simple to make. They can easily be made ahead of time, and, when given early, they can be enjoyed and shared during the holiday season. Gifts from the heart don't have to take very much time at all and are a wonderful expression of your own love, imagination and creativity. The possibilities are endless!

    Gluten-free Cookies
    Cookies are traditionally baked for Christmas to share with family and friends. Being on a gluten-free diet, there is no reason to miss out !
    Store bought gluten-free cookies are usually expensive and why not have a go at baking some for yourself !

    Party Food in the diabetic Cooking Forum
    As the traditional, and not so traditional Holiday season looms upon us...we want to send some party ideas out there for the healthy diabetic. Not to fear, we, as a community on have an enormous amount of easy, delicious, recipes that can be made for anyone to enjoy! Come join us in the Diabetic Forum this holiday season!

    Come and join us for the Flavour Of The Month which is featured in TOTM. This month its all about Almonds! you will find everything there from Marzipan to almond coated chicken - not forgetting the wonderful Almond cookies and even more so come and join us HERE.

    Jelly of the Month
    This time of year champagne and wine jellies are fast to prepare & make a great hostess or gift basked addition. Let the experts in the Canning Forum get you started.

    Caribbean Plantains
    Plantains and green figs are a mainstay of the West Indian diet. They are cousins to the banana but they do not ripen in the same way, do not taste the same, and certainly cannot be eaten in its raw state. Plantains are versatile fruits as they can be cooked through all stages of ripeness.

    Tamales in South & Central American Cooking
    Tamales are typically not made every day due to the labor involved. They are usually made for special occasions like the Day of the Dead, Christmas, New Year's or just about any other family/holiday celebration. But don't let that scare you off, they are well worth the effort and like most recipes, you can make extras for a later meal or two.

    ~ Marzipan
    The holidays are upon us, and a favorite holiday treat enjoyed during the holidays all around the world is Marzipan. Please join us in the Spain/Portugal forum during the month of December for a delectable, delicious, and delightful exploration of all the wonderful things one can do with everyone’s perennial favorite almond-based treat, Marzipan.

    Come and join us for the final month of season football games!!! We will continue for the playoffs and the Super Bowl too.
    Feel free to join in, even if you haven't played before - it is simple and the only requirement is that you need to have some posted recipes for others to pick from - you never know, you could be the winner!!!!
    Come and find us in the "Cooking Games with Friends" forum, it will be stickied at the top of the page, click the link below for further information and to join us!!
    Cooking Games with Friend Forum[

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    Coming in 2013
    ~~~January 2013
    Spice & Herb Swap hosted by Maya's Mom

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    Are you interested in hosting a swap? Please contact Susie D to reserve a spot on the the swap schedule. icon_biggrin.gif

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