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    These are recipes that I'm thinking of making this year. It should change frequently over the next couple of months.
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    Rompope is strong, sweet and meant to be sipped, so small glasses are in order. Refrigerated, it will keep indefinitely. Cook time is for refrigeration time.

    Recipe #133626

    This delightful Christmas cake is traditionally rich, moist and full of flavour, it's probably as old as the hills! It came from my mother's old hand written recipe book written well before the last World War. Mum told me that she got it from her mother and even then it was called mums best Christmas cake - so we wonder just how many generations this goes back. If only recipes could talk what tales they could tell. The only alteration I have made to this cake is to cut the eggs down from 6 to 5 as eggs these days are so big compared to years ago. The ingredients were carefully saved over a few months as rationing was on for many years and this cake always took pride of place for afternoon tea on Christmas day. This cake is so well worth taking the time to make it, I have cut down the amount of eggs to 5 as eggs these days are so much larger than they used to be.

    Recipe #489924

    9 Reviews |  By Bev

    Lemon granita is easily the most popular of all Italian ices, and with good reason. On a hot summer's day, no refreshment beats it tangy, revitalizing taste. Prep time included chill time. From The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen.

    Recipe #59919

    Let sit for several days to blend flavors better. Try using Sun Dried tomatoes instead of the red peppers. Serve with baguette slices, tomatoes, on top of a salad, as part of a cheese tray. Time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #194703

    Chewy chocolate cookie with peanut butter center. You definitely want to use the full 1 tsp of filling per cookie otherwise you won't be able to taste the "surprise". Prep time is chill time.

    Recipe #298034

    These are delicious little treats that are actually pretty simple to make. Don't let the long directions scare you off! You can substitute any kind of jam you like. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #135159

    When I lived in New York, I used to get this delicious tri-color cookie from the Italian Bakery every year for the holidays. Once I moved down south, I was no longer able to get them. I found this recipe in Good Housekeepings "100 best Italian Recipes". The directions seem long and scary, but these cookies are actually very easy to make. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family and friends do.

    Recipe #147882

    Made in minutes with just four ingredients, this chutney makes a great side dish. You can also use it to perk up grilled chicken, roasted vegetables, or tortilla wraps.

    Recipe #266319

    A recipe from Coup de Pouce.

    Recipe #373480

    My family loves this for breakfast. It is so fun how they puff up. This came out of a Klutz cookbook believe it or not but it is REALLY good.

    Recipe #95485

    These wonderful cinnamon rolls are on the table in an hour - no waiting for hours or overnight. They are simple and quick to put together.

    Recipe #293243

    28 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    These are delicious little nibbles. I love their simplicity--they are quick to put together and can easily be made on the spur of the moment for an impromptu gathering, but can also be prepared up to a day ahead. The recipe is adapted from one published in "In Style" magazine. Prep time includes 15 minutes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #161852

    25 Reviews |  By Meghan

    It is a delicious carmel spread from Brazil. I got this from a friend who was an exchange student there, it is the most addicting thing ever, watch out, this is NOT low in fat...quite the contrary :)but soooo worth it.

    Recipe #19142

    A cream cheese spread decorated to look like a Christmas package. Taken from Family Fun. Note cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #268105

    Coming from a German background, Christmas has always meant Lebkuchen in my father's family. Having failed to get my aunt's recipe, I found this recipe from a friend in Germany, and made them last year for another friend who had spent his childhood in Germany. They brought tears to his eyes! They taste best when allowed to mellow for a while, so I make them as soon as I can after Thanksgiving. Prep time does not include chilling the dough overnight.

    Recipe #147501

    These are cute little Santa creations using strawberries, pineapple, and cream cheese icing. Your guests and kids will love them.

    Recipe #142941

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I used a mix of cauliflower from the gardenia mix, broccoli and boccoflower for a contrast of color. I quickly blanched the broccoli and broccoflower heads very quickly (just seconds) in salted boiling water and the chilled to brighten the color!You'll need Styrofoam cone and toothpicks. I also used a platter that has a center with with a dip basin which is not really needed.

    Recipe #149199

    What a cute way to serve an appetizer. Make one of each!

    Recipe #47028

    These are really cute during the winter months..Have made many of these and given them as gifts to neighbors

    Recipe #118622

    This is supposedly a recipe that Marie Antoinette took with her from Austria to France, where it became increasingly popular. It is traditionally baked in a special Kugelhopf mold, which gives it a festive look (it can be made in a tube pan) Thus it makes a delightful holiday bread. Kugelhopf is an excellent coffee cake or breakfast bread, especially with fresh butter and honey. It can also be served topped with fruit, and makes delicious toast indeed. I seached for this recipe for many years and finally found a Canadian Chef on the internet who was kind enough to give me this one... I get excited over this recipe because I am now 67 yrs old and I can remember my German Grandmother sitting at the kitchen table when I was 5 years old, beating this dough with a wooden spoon...what a wonderful memory and taste !!!

    Recipe #105469

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