This collection of 50 tried-and-true recipes brings together the holiday favorites from several different families and groups. These are the dishes all the relatives rave about. These dishes are the most in demand!
Recipes were also selected based on ingredients and expense. All of these recipes use ingredients that can be found in most any grocery store and none use outrageously expensive ingredients.
This e-book includes color illustrations, holiday artwork, and a linked Table of Contents for easy navigation.
The book is divided into 2 sections:
• Sweet Treats, filled with desserts of all sorts, and
• Savory Dishes, other tasty fare.
The sweets include wonderful old-time baked goods like Buttermilk Pie, an amazing Apple Crisp, and spicy Molasses Sugar Cookies. A few newer recipes that are sure to become classics, such as Peppermint Bark, Pumpkin Gingerbread, and Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookies are here as well.
For those who would rather not bake, try the No Bake Mints or Jan’s Pistachio Dessert.
The second section of recipes is full of great side dishes and a few main courses. Comfort foods like Best Ever Macaroni and Cheese or Smashed Sweet Potatoes are a sure hit at your next pot luck. Or surprise the crew with a new salad like Apple Cranberry Slaw or Kim’s Asian Salad.
These recipes will help spice up the holidays with new treats and tastes - from Thanksgiving all the way around to Easter.
Don’t forget New Year’s Day. Superstition says you should eat black eyed peas for good luck in the coming year. Unfortunately, many people dislike black-eyed peas, or at least think they do. Serve the Okie Hoppin’ John this New Year’s and you won’t be sorry. We can’t promise you will be lucky, but you will be full!