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Favorite Holiday Recipes: From the Authors of Love, Christmas 2 Kindle Edition
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Full of pictures, these mouth-watering recipes are sure to inspire your culinary (or eating) desires. Included are appetizers (mulled wine, pineapple punch, millionaire's bacon), main dishes (lasagne, lobster mac and cheese, crock pot venison stew, traditional smoked salmon) and baked goods and desserts (fry bread, almond apricot coffee cake, double chocolate chip cookies, shortbread, cinnamon rolls) - in all, twenty-six recipes by the authors from all around the world.
These yummies are some of the authors’ favorites and a gift to our readers from us. We hope you enjoy these treats as much as we do.
- ASIN : B07HNQ3KY4
- Publisher : Chill Out! (September 24, 2018)
- Publication date : September 24, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 12367 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 80 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,975 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I love to cook and always look for ease in preparation as well as the local availability of the ingredients. I went through and selected the ones that made me 'drool' as well as the ones that will be really tasty in the winter.
In the Appetizer section, will make the Ham and Cheese Cups. Will have to cut it down considerably as it is for 24 servings. Sounds really good.
Selected several in the Main Dishes category including the Crock Pot Venison Stew (Yes, deer season will be upon us soon in Vermont), the Lobster Mac and Cheese. Am not a fan of Velveeta cheese, as our state has a lot of cheese around. Am thinking I will substitute a cheddar with horseradish instead. Also, the Smoked Salmon sounded really good but no smoker and the availability of salmon is nearly non-existent...
Christmas chestnut stuffing is on my list for over the Holiday season. Have not had any chestnuts since I was stationed in Spain. Used to buy them roasted on the streets in Sevilla for a few pennies a package.
In the dessert section, there are some really outstanding recipes. I will make the Cranberry-Apple Crumble..and once again due to the availability of apples in Vermont. Love carrot cake and the recipe sounds excellent. Only made it once and had to hand grate the carrots. No food processor so will just drool on that one, too..
Will save these on my Kindle so I can return and try some others over the Holiday season
Most highly recommended...
A link will take you to the recipe complete with a photo and an overview of that story. The recipes range from scratch to processed ingredients, and are basic to specialized comfort dishes. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. There is something for everyone and none are difficult to make.
Personally, I would use better grades of cheese to mix with lobster (Lobster Mac & Cheese). There's too much salt in some of the recipes, which is an easy fix. Now, excuse me while I make some cookies to go with my coffee. 4*
Ham, broccoli and Cheese Salad from, Can She Get Home For Christmas, by Rebecca York. This is cooked for a Christmas dinner in the book and it contains Splenda and red onions.
Busy Writer's Rotisserie Chicken Grilled Sandwich from, A Christmas Creek Carol, by Rochelle Ayala. This sandwich is made with leftovers. Leftover deli rotisserie chicken, how easy can it be? In the book, the lettuce is wilted and the recipe says that's okay. Use a toaster oven to heat it up. Like some generation says, Easy Peasy.
There are 4 recipes of Appetizers and drinks, 5 for Main Dishes, baked Goods and Desserts have 14, and side dishes have 4.
Enjoy the eating and reading