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    Santa's Secrets Cookbook - Week 3 (12/15/08 - 12/21/08)

    This cookbook contains all of the recipes tagged for Week Three in Photo Tag's Santa's Secret Contest 2008. Week 3 had 18 'secret ingredients' - 6 from week 1, 6 from week 2 and an additional 6 for week 3. Week 1 ingredients: honey, cloves, sweet potatoes/yams, coffee/chocolate liqueur, eggnog, and ham. Week 2 ingredients: peppermint (candy or extract), sour cream, cinnamon, sugar (not powdered or brown, vanilla/extract, and flour. Week 3 ingredients: chocolate, chicken broth/stock, cranberries, nutmeg, cider, brown sugar. The cookbook cover is by diner524 for Blueberry Pecan Muffins Using Food Processor #335271.
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    This recipe is so easy, but I love having it as a snack. I sometimes omit the nuts.

    Recipe #324819

    This is true comfort food.

    Recipe #312143

    You've been busy shopping, wrapping gifts, cooking, etc. Now it's time to put up your feet and relax. This should hit the spot beautifully. The recipe was found in the Toronto Star.

    Recipe #343580

    From Taste of Home's Cooking for 2 (Spring Edition). I added a julienned carrot to the veggie blend.

    Recipe #218700

    Sweeten as desired and add milk if it tickles your fancy.

    Recipe #342660

    7 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This tastes just like that orange-y ice cream bar you loved when you were a kid! From The Comfort Diner Cookbook.

    Recipe #339423

    These potatoes take 10 minutes to prepare and feature a buttery mix of Montreal seasoning, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder and paprika. You could also do these in the oven as noted in the directions.

    Recipe #329148

    Make your own pancake syrup right at home! You probably have all the ingredient on hand! This would make a nice gift, with some pancake mix, a spatula, and maybe a frying pan in a basket. Adapted from Meal Master.

    Recipe #132362

    True chocolate fans will love this intensely flavored hot chocolate.

    Recipe #342015

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    From the recipe collection of Bird's sister Kathy. Try it with a dollop of Recipe #340254 :)

    Recipe #337210

    This is my favorite bread. I always have a hard time finding French bread in my grocery store so I am happy to have found this one a long time ago in Taste of Home. Preparation time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #343066

    I got this from my MIL. I had it at her house one day after Thanksgiving, and I nearly slurped up the whole pan. That is something else considering I usually avoid her cooking as much as I can.

    Recipe #342231

    So good, its tart and tangy, sweet and very refreshing. Well worth the extra effort. Make sure to serve well chilled.

    Recipe #325633

    5 Reviews |  By Noo

    I know there are hundreds of chocolate cake recipes on here, but you can never have too many to choose from! This is a dark, rich, moist cake with a touch of orange. Mmm... Delicious!

    Recipe #312834

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a nice mix that doesn't make too much to use in a short time.

    Recipe #277431

    Usually I don't like brownies but this one I loved it. Chocolate and caramel. From Jean Paré.

    Recipe #337807

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    All the Celtic countries, with which the legendary King Arthur was associated, have a colorful bread filled with fruits and spices, traditionally made to celebrate festivals and holidays. In Scotland it's called "Selkirk Bannock," in northern Wales "Bara Brith," in Ireland "Barm Brack," and across the channel in Brittany (or Little Britain) "Morlaix Brioche." It was a simple dough, sweetened and loaded with hard-to-get sweetmeats and spices which were saved for special occasions. Choose from the Celtic or New England versions. The long prep time is 95% rising time.

    Recipe #288427

    This is a sweet treat I found in Family Circle. Dough has to rise for 30-60 minutes (not included in prep time).

    Recipe #341651

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I just had to add this to my Hot Chocolate line-up.

    Recipe #199719

    Diabetic Friendly

    Recipe #335071

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