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    Farmhouse Christmas

    Christmas: The celebration of our Savior's birth. Here in Wisconsin: Snowflakes falling outside, laughter of family & friends inside. Christmas carols playing on the stereo, card sharks playing pinochle in the dining room. Cooks & cook-wannabees hustle around the kitchen creating foodish memories.
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    Smith note: This is a tasty way to use up leftover lamb, providing you haven't over-cooked the lamb in the first place. MY NOTE: Oh yum! I'm a believer in using up every square inch of meat -- especially stuff as expensive as lamb. AND since this year was my first foray into making, serving and EATING lamb, I wanted to get my money's-worth out of the roast! I didn't make it EXACTLY as Smith directed, but we loved it just fine the way I prepped it. Cooking time includes overlapping the pasta cooking with the meat prep/stir-fry.

    Recipe #492450

    This is a yummy recipe! It's really very simple, but so good. You can leave the rum out if you choose. It's great as a take-a-long to pot-lucks, holiday dinners, and just when you might want a change from regular potatoes. I got this on the web.

    Recipe #216969

    I made two of these gorgeous rolled stuffing logs, one for Thanksgiving and froze the second to serve with my Christmas meal. The entire recipe makes 2 stuffing logs and there will also be a third portion left to stuff a turkey with, or to bake in a casserole. If you only want to make 1 roll, simply divide most of the ingredients by 3, except for the apple, egg, and bacon - use 1 small egg, 1 small apple, and 12 pieces of bacon, cooking time will remain the same. A bit tricky to roll up, but the final product is worth all your hard work.You can substitute fresh red currants for the cranberries or use dried cranberries or dried cherries if you prefer. Also, if you only have dried herbs, that is fine.. just add dreid versions to taste, perhaps a few spoonfuls of each. This gets sliced and looks so lovely with the center of berries. Adapted from a version I found in Good Food magazine.

    Recipe #341056

    From Simple & Delicious, Nov/Dec 2006

    Recipe #203347

    I've never seen Tyler Florence bomb!! Posted this recipe for safe keeping....on the list for Holiday entertaining!! UPDATE!! These little guys are fabulous...delicious....WOW. Everyone looked at me kinda strange....tasted one....next thing I know...platter was empty!!

    Recipe #394832

    This is adapted from recipe #144348. They are a huge favorite of the office staff at my Christmas party. I shared the original recipe with them but some were intimidated by the directions. So here's the recipe for Mary.

    Recipe #344231

    11 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a really simple way of making nut brittle, without using a candy thermometer or doing any of the stage tests. A trick that I use is to line the cookie sheet with parchment paper so there's no sticky stuff to pry off and then wash up.

    Recipe #54557

    However here is one that I used to bag up and sell at craft shows.. Sugared Walnuts (or Pecans or Almonds)**

    Recipe #2636

    Another family fav using holiday leftovers. There are variations depending on preferences(for instance DH won't eat mustard or mayo - I know weird, huh?) but I am posting the full nine yards and the way I like it. Adjust according to your tastes, but try it this way if you can, it is DA BOMB! ** I have used mashed potatoes in place of the stuffing when we ran out of stuffing....still good. ***NOTE- I use my Recipe #259563 not pie filling.

    Recipe #259720

    These sparkling Scandinavian style Christmas biscuits-cookies look just magical, especially when hung with ribbon from the Christmas tree! You need special snowflake biscuit-cookie cutters, and also edible glitter or sparkling silver or white dusting powder. If you cannot source edible sparkle or glitter dusting powder, they still look beautiful if decorated with white royal icing, piped into trellace work patterns to enhance the snowflake shape. These magical snowflakes make ideal Christmas gifts, and can be packaged in cellophane bags with a pretty and seasonal ribbon attached. They last for up to 14 days in an airtight tin & stored in a cool place, assuming they last that long!

    Recipe #266727

    Company just dropped in outta nowhere and you have NOTHING to serve. Keep the ingredients on hand for these cookies and you'll always have something fast to fix. They're cute, they're easy, and they're cheap...and best of all..they're tasty.

    Recipe #146180

    This is a great way to use up some of your Thanksgiving and or Christmas leftovers.

    Recipe #4953

    3 Reviews |  By dayla

    I got this recipe from the Cooking in the West with WAASCOE cookbook. It has been a family favorite for years now. My daughter looks forward to Christmas knowing that this will be served for breakfast. It is good anytime of the year though. I hope it becomes a family favorite of yours also.

    Recipe #43665

    I got this recipe from a very good friend of mine. I needed something quick and easy for Christmas Morning and Wow this was it. It tastes great. I left the Tabasco sauce out.

    Recipe #68493

    Simple, and tasty. Perfect for gift-giving!

    Recipe #88843

    5 Reviews |  By wizkid

    This is a favourite German almondy christmas loaf. It takes a long time to make, but is very easy.

    Recipe #106984

    I can't remember a single holiday season without this typical German cookie recipe. My Mom and my mother-in-law bake these cookies. As a child we helped bake them, and the fun part for us kids was always to "style" the cookies. I prefer them with any icing or decoration.

    Recipe #146885

    Use as mincemeat (without suet!) or serve at breakfast with your favorite scones, English muffins or just toast. Use for a surprise between two slices of baked French toast, spoon over puffy pancakes. Frances Bissell *Preserving Nature's Bounty* gets the credit for developing this recipe.

    Recipe #254989

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    This is JUST the drink for those winter-time holidays (Advent, caroling parties, Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's Day). Pleasantly flavored and easy to adjust to your special tastes!

    Recipe #208446

    This is an award winning (Best In Show) recipe that a friend of mine won with. It's super yummy!!

    Recipe #146263

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