Heard this recipe on NPR and was pleasantly surprised that the strange ingredients garnered such a great cranberry dish.
All credit must go to NPR's Susan Stamberg who shares this recipe on air every year at Thanksgiving time.
An amazing toffee recipe given to me by a friend of a friend who hosted an annual toffee making party. Under her tutelage I learned about stirring the butter and sugar constantly to avoid having them separate (especially at high altitude). Make this recipe for gifts around the holidays and your friends will never forget it!
Simply the best Gingerbread recipe I have had. The addition of orange zest sets these cookies apart they are sweet and slightly spicy at the same time. I am not sure what the origins of this recipe are, I got it from my step-mother Susan who I have referenced before as my cooking inspiration.
A buttery European classic. This recipe was originally found the Better Homes and Gardens "New Cook Book", I have modified it slightly for my family's tastes (more almond flavoring). These are my favorite holiday cookie - they are my standard for holiday cookie exchanges.
This makes a wonderful holiday or special occasion dinner. My parents own a cattle ranch so we use their natural beef for this recipe. The prep time includes the 75 min roasting time for the garlic. You can cook the garlic early in the day and refrigerate the "rub" until roasting time.
This is a really great cheese soup, the carrots are perfect with the cheese. My step-mother makes this for a crowd and there is never any leftovers! Use a can of chicken broth or make your own stock. Works great with turkey stock after thanksgiving too. You can even substitute a vegi broth if you are vegetarian.