I make sixteen different holiday appetizers for our annual Christmas party. One of my favorites is my Smoked Turkey with Cranberry Orange Muffins Recipe.
It’s that time of year again! Our Christmas Party is in eleven days and I need to start cooking like a crazy woman! On the menu this year I have sixteen holiday appetizers and 6 desserts to make for about 200+ guests. Piece of cake, right? Ok, maybe not.
Today I have joined twenty-four bloggers as we share the best recipes for Christmas cookies. There are so many fabulous cookie recipes and I can’t wait to make them all!
Don’t be shocked but this is my first ever attempt to make and decorate with Royal Icing. I was a bit nervous since I was trying something new and I wanted to share my favorite lemon sugar cookie recipe. I am pleased to say it was really fun and not near as hard as I thought it would be! Which was a huge relief since this really is one of the best recipes for Christmas cookies.
It’s only three days until Thanksgiving and if you are cooking you should not be panicked. I have cooked Thanksgiving dinner for the thirty years and today I am sharing all of my last-minute Thanksgiving dinner ideas and tips. Enjoy and have fun because your dinner is going to be amazing!
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. It is a wonderful holiday to celebrate with family and I get to do my two favorite things: cook and entertain. Contrary to popular belief, the dinner is not that hard to cook. I have cooked Thanksgiving dinner for over thirty years and today I am hoping to share some Thanksgiving dinner ideas and tips to make the day much easier for you too!
I am so excited to share my peanut butter fudge recipe with you today. With only five ingredients, this is an incredible treat that absolutely everyone loves.
Peanut butter fudge is a delicious treat. It’s in the same category as Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, but homemade. It’s sweet and salty and very delicious.
I have been serving peanut butter fudge at our Christmas Party for the last thirty years. It’s the first dessert to disappear and I have friends who often request that I bring my Peanut Butter Fudge to events and parties. It’s really that good!
Soups in the fall are a must. There is something about warm soup on a cold evening that is just wonderful. I love to make homemade soups and I love to serve them for dinner. Today I have paired with some very talented bloggers and we are sharing thirteen great fall soup recipes. My friend Kristen Whitby with Ella Claire & Co. put this fabulous group together so be sure to check out her amazing blog. All of the recipes are at the end of my blog post so be sure to scroll down to see these amazing fall soup recipes.