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    Party time and family time. Wonderful recipes for any of the holidays! Great leftover ideas to polish off those tasty holiday foods.
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    For the Bittersweet lover! chunky amaretti cookies give this bark great texture and crunch. From Canadian Living magazine. Cooking time given is chill time.

    Recipe #329864

    White chocolate is the ingredient that provides a soft, creamy texture to this hot cocoa mix that's rich and chocolaty...and ready in less than five minutes. Recipe by Jeremy Sauer.

    Recipe #254930

    NOTE...THE INTERNAL TEMPERATURE NOT THE TIME IS YOUR BEST GUARANTEE FOR DONENESS so for a perfectly cooked prime rib roast invest in a meat thermometer and you will never go wrong with this recipe! --- if desired you may omit the au jus and just serve the roast, I prefer to make the au jus especially if I am serving this at a holiday table --- use nothing else but only fresh garlic, a little salt and lots of fresh ground black pepper for this or you could use 1 teaspoon garlic salt, using any other spices will take away the flavor, nothing else is needed --- cooking on very high heat then reducing the temperature will seal in all the meat juices to produce the most tender and flavorful prime rib, this actually is the method that a lot of the higher end restaurants use to make there prime rib and is the method I always use when I make prime rib roast at my home --- the cooking time stated on the recipe is for a 3-4 pound prime rib, you can use this method for a larger prime rib and increase the cooking time please see bottom of directions --- for a perfectly cooked prime rib roast a meat thermometer inserted in the roast should read about 140 degrees for medium-rare doneness, it is advised not to cook prime rib more that medium-rare ----- using more that the specified amount of salt will draw out the juices from the roast, you could add a little more but it is best to salt the meat after it is cooked, using a minimum amount of salt will insure a juicy tender prime rib roast, 1 teaspoon or less of salt will be fine, remember to remove your roast from the fridge about 2 hours before cooking --- also see my recipe#146196 this is a must served with prime rib!

    Recipe #82023

    Posted as a request. I havent made it but have enjoyed it every year at Christmas. Its not Christmas without my mom's carrot pudding. She reheats it in the jars in the microwave with a piece of plastic wrap over the top, stirring occasionally till hot. Serves it with a hard sauce and whipping cream. Prep time is approx, Cooking time is processing time in the canner.

    Recipe #344133

    This came from Good Housekeeping Nov'04. I love bread pudding, and eggnog - so it's a perfect fit for me. Now, I just need a reason to make it.

    Recipe #292553

    This is a recipe I found in Paula Deen's Holiday Collector's Magazine. I wanted to share it here at Zaar. It's a simple and easy recipe. I made them for my boys back in North Carolina for their Christmas holiday goody treats I send them every year. I also want to mention that I made mine on top of the stove in a large pot and than transferred it to my electric mixer mixing bowl than added the confectioner sugar 1 cup at a time. I also used the Andes Peppermint baking bits in place of the peppermint candy and 2% milk. NOTE: You need miniature muffin cups and some cooking spray

    Recipe #342261

    Easy and yummy! Adapted from Good Deal with Dave Lieberman.

    Recipe #155949

    this is a must at you holiday table! ---adjust the amount of sugar to suit taste, canned corn amount equivilent to the two packages of frozen corn may be used, make certain to thaw the frozen corn firstly --- this is rich so a small serving goes a long way! :)

    Recipe #329543

    9 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Please read reviews. This recipe worked for me but perhaps differences in types of peanut butter or what is in the candy make a difference. I think if the mix isn't stirring smooth enough, add extra butter before you mix in the sugar. Or perhaps add the sugar a little at a time? Otherwise I don't know what to tell you. --Sue

    Recipe #328184

    A different and colorful twist to an ol' Irish favorite. Great on St. Pat's Day or anytime you have a taste for corned beef. This can easily be pared down for fewer servings. All ingredient amounts can be "winged".

    Recipe #254973

    11 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    These are just the best black-eyed peas I've had. Ordinarily I would use fresh jalapeño peppers,but the pickled worked very well in this. I like to serve this with Southern Cornbread made in a cast iron skillet. Served this on New Years day for good luck.

    Recipe #276116

    From Taste of Home "Special enough for company, this colorful side dish is one my mom fixes often for Christmas dinner. The broccoli is baked with a rich creamy sauce...and cheese-flavored cracker crumbs are sprinkled over the top. Yum! -Cindy Kufeldt, Orlando, Florida " I did tweak it to our tastes, but this is where I started!

    Recipe #303509

    Lightened version of recipe 142074. You will need to start this the night before.

    Recipe #251744

    Maybe a new twist on ST. Patricks Day. Sure was on our's!

    Recipe #250164

    11 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This is a terrific recipe to make when you have left over chicken. Saves a step, cuts down on the prep time and uses up that chicken.

    Recipe #24883

    I've made this casserole almost every year for about 20 years at Thanksgiving. It's become a tradition and the whole family loves it, I hope you will like it, too!

    Recipe #193604

    10 Reviews |  By JEB

    These go together super fast and are great to take to a cookie exchange or Christmas party. They do require time to cool.

    Recipe #146546

    Posted in response to a request. I remember something like this from grandma/family gathering days. Enjoy

    Recipe #69895

    This beautiful layered pie combines all my favourite Christmas flavours - chestnuts, cranberries, dried apricots, chicken, pork sausagemeat and bacon - all encased in a crispy and crumbly pastry case; it is a firm favourite in our house EVERY year! Not only that, but this pie is actually better if made ahead of time - it can be eaten warm or cold and is excellent for buffets and light suppers. It also freezes very well, once cooked. The filling is very similar to an English Pork Pie, a fruity stuffing mixture layered with chicken fillets. Although it is essentially a pie for the winter festive season - I see no reason why it cannot be made all year around - I often make it to take on picnics in the spring and summer. You can adjust the filling to suit your own tastes and requirements, but I think that the chicken, bacon, apricots, cranberries and chestnuts are essential for the delicious and unique flavour this pie has! N.B. Please try to use high meat content sausages or sausagemeat - it makes all the difference to the taste, plus cheaper sausages have lots of fat and bread added! Where the name came from - an old Nursery Rhyme: "Little Jack Horner sat in a corner, eating his Christmas Pie - he put in his thumb and pulled out a plumb, and said what a good boy am I"!!! I JUST had to name it after him, even though there are NO plumbs in this pie! (The original recipe was in a 2005 BBC Good Food magazine; this is my much amended version of that original recipe.)

    Recipe #268117

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