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How to Cook Hickory Smoked Ham Shank
Dec30

How to Cook Hickory Smoked Ham Shank

It’s the Holiday season & we’re still celebrating with this gorgeous Hickory Smoked Ham Shank! Don’t be afraid of these large cuts of meat. They may take a while to cook to your liking, but hams are easy to cook. Now, don’t just think it has to be a Holiday to cook ham…this is a great dish to make on a weekend, and then use the leftover ham during the week! A really tasty time saver for breakfast,...

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How to Cook Southern Greens
Dec26

How to Cook Southern Greens

If you want to cook a great Southern meal, you want to be sure you perfect How to Cook Southern Greens! In the American South, two or more kinds of greens are frequently cooked together & serve as side dishes, especially with Holiday dinners. Oh, my…the way they are prepared is ever so delicious, and of course, with rich Holiday meals, greens are typical of what we tend to crave. It’s almost a contest to find who...

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How to Cook Brussel Sprouts & Chestnuts
Dec23

How to Cook Brussel Sprouts & Chestnuts

This recipe for Brussel Sprouts & Chestnuts is such a lovely addition to a Fall or Winter table. Christmas & chestnuts just seem to go together, and this dish certainly is festive. It’s so pretty with the whole sprouts, chestnuts & pearl onions, all round & beautiful. How to Cook Brussel Sprouts & Chestnuts: If fresh chestnuts aren’t available, use vacuum-packed ones. The canned ones won’t really...

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How to Make Chocolate Rum Balls
Dec23

How to Make Chocolate Rum Balls

Some folks relate their Christmas Joys to their annual indulgence in delicious Rum Balls. However, these rum balls are perfect throughout the New Year’s Holiday too! How to Make Chocolate Rum Balls: My recipe yields about 72 one-inch rum balls. These dainties have more flavor if they’re allowed to age somewhat. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve with: confectioners sugar Prep Time: 30 – 40 min Cook Time: 2 min Storage: up to...

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How to Make Pomegranate Granita
Dec23

How to Make Pomegranate Granita

Pomegranates are a part of the cold, Northern Hemispherical Winters, and this Pomegranate Granita recipe is an icy surprise. Aside from the relationship between Pluto & Persephone, where she was committed to leave the Earth to dwell in the confines of the unpleasant, infernal regions during Earth’s Winter. This was a result of eating just one seed of pomegranate. Goodness, just from one seed? I would have at least demanded...

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How to Make Lemon Meringue Pie
Dec22

How to Make Lemon Meringue Pie

A lemony, tangy Lemon Meringue Pie is just the perfect dessert after a hearty turkey or roast beef dinner. Oh, how we do enjoy that pie at Thanksgiving, Christmas, even Easter in our household. Although purchased pie filling preparation is quicker, and quite tasty as well, nothing surpasses the flavor of “prepared from scratch” pie filling where we use freshly squeezed lemon juice & fresh lemon zest. It takes a bit...

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How to Bake Christmas Shortbread Cookies
Dec22

How to Bake Christmas Shortbread Cookies

These Christmas Shortbread Cookies absolutely melt in your mouth… It’s hard to stay away from your tins of these dainties, let alone everyone else in your household. How to Bake Christmas Shortbread Cookies: This is the first time I’ve shared this recipe. Tip: Because of the various & different sizes of cookie cutters you may be using, it’s difficult to determine yield, but I’ve found I usually get 5...

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How to Make Chocolate Turtles
Dec21

How to Make Chocolate Turtles

This is an easy & tasty recipe for Homemade Chocolate Turtles! If we have one chocolate to choose for the Holidays, like Christmas or Easter, it would be Turtles, hands down. With their ooey-gooey caramel centers cloaking pecans & coated with chocolate, these are quick to disappear around our house. How to Make Chocolate Turtles: 2 lbs of chocolate will yield roughly 38 pieces of chocolate turtles. Type: Candy Recipe Serve...

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How to Bake Marshmallow Squares
Dec20

How to Bake Marshmallow Squares

Marshmallow Squares are a tasty dessert I love to make & enjoy around the Holiday Season. These pretty squares have a lovely texture & flavor, with a marshmallow layer like a cloud. Believe me, they’ll disappear quickly! Perfect for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, baby & wedding showers. Try making green ones for St. Patrick’s Day. How to Bake Christmas Marshmallow Squares: This recipe yields about 36...

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How to Cook Christmas Pudding
Dec20

How to Cook Christmas Pudding

Christmas Pudding is a beautiful tribute to the celebrations of Christmases past. Many have enjoyed steamed puddings of this nature. If your family appreciates this festive dessert, and you are willing to try this delicious treat…it really is worth the extra time it takes to prepare. In days of old, the steamed plum, carrot or fig puddings were the centerpiece of the Christmas dinner. It’s called plum or figgy pudding, as...

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How to Bake Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese Icing
Dec20

How to Bake Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese Icing

I don’t think I know anyone who does not like brownies, especially this recipe for Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese Icing! It is just super delicious and everyone asks for more…and a few more. These goodies with their zebra striped deliciousness are a great treat anytime, but look especially wonderful on a Christmas dessert tray, or for a sweetheart for Valentine’s. How to Bake Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese...

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How to Bake Turner Family Christmas Log Cookies
Dec19

How to Bake Turner Family Christmas Log Cookies

Christmas Log Cookies are beautifully impressive, and so very delicious that you may wish you had locks on the cookie tins! Both children & adults alike really enjoy these tasty Christmas goodies, so I usually make 3 or 4 batches at a time. Don’t forget about cookies for Santa too! I have never before shared this recipe… How to Bake Christmas Log Cookies: Type: Cookie Recipe Serve with: coffee, tea or milk Prep Time:...

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How to Bake Spicy Gingerbread Men Cookies
Dec18

How to Bake Spicy Gingerbread Men Cookies

What is Christmas without Spicy Gingerbread Men Cookies? My children always enjoyed decorating & icing these cute men. I would make a few with added flour & sugar, so they would stand up to handling, skewering a hole near the top, so they could be hung on the tree by a pretty ribbon. As well, they were delicious to nibble on. How to Bake Spicy Gingerbread Men: This recipe yields about 2 dozen 4-inch gingerbread men. If your...

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