Traditional Holiday Recipes Recipes

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As a general rule, allow about one pound of shrimp for every four guests at your buffet. Mound the...
This lovely, sweet bread has an unusual ingredient: half an orange, ground with sugar in the food ...
Strata, an old-fashioned layered bread dish, is making a comeback. It’s a great way to feed a crowd...
In certain parts of Germany, you commonly find recipes for stollen made with cottage cheese. It...
This is a good antidote to rich holiday fare. If you're in a hurry. forgo salting the eggplant, a...
Fran Newton, one of the students in my cooking class, gave me this recipe, which improves upon...
This moist, spicy cake, delicious warm and great cold, was all the rage in San Francisco a few...
This recipe is adapted from the Lavender and Leek Quiche in The Herbal Palate Cookbook, by Maggie...
If you want to use brown rice. add another ½ cup of stock and cook for 40 minutes. Serve with...
You can buy many different kinds of mustard, but this version makes breads and meats taste extra...
Lemony and lovely, these rich scones are a welcome addition to any holiday breakfast or brunch.
These gooey-good maple bars in a buttery shortbread crust are a favorite on the cookie plate. Be...
This isn’t really a cake but rather an unusual egg dish with lots of surprises. The recipe was...
Hot cider fills the house with a delicious fragrance. Make it for brunch or just to have throughout...
This creates a delightful aroma. Use burgundy or any other full-bodied red wine.
If you prefer, substitute ginger ale for the champagne.
Here is a great way to cook “home fries” for a crowd without using the stovetop. You can do...
This traditional Italian Christmas bread, packaged in colorful tapered boxes, seems to turn up...
Although crisps are traditionally served for dessert, this not-too-sweet version makes a fine...
Slide a slice of peppermint or other holiday ice-cream flavor between a couple of these thin, crisp...
These luscious bars are a twist on pumpkin pie with a hint of cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. This...
By baking this hash in the oven, you eliminate the need to turn it with a spatula and constantly...
This elegant dish is a simplified version of a traditional Scandinavian fish pie. Arrange it on a...
Serve this traditional casserole with applesauce and a green salad.
This stuffed bread loaf, loosely based on the vegetable and meat mixtures found in Italy, is tasty...
Sheryl Julian, the award-winning food columnist for The Boston Globe, devised this recipe to use...
If you feel as if your holiday wouldn’t be right without a steamed pudding, try this easy version,...
A combination of red, yellow, and green bell peppers is particularly attractive. Serve with torn...
Serve on a bed of lettuce leaves or with cantaloupe slices.
Spoon over cooked rice, mashed potatoes, or couscous. This even tastes great on top of warmed...
For centuries, going back to Anglo-Saxon times, holiday revelers have wished each other “Wes hal...
Celebrate the season with these special treats – chocolate-chip cookies holiday style.
Here’s a good choice for busy times – a colorful quick bread that’s healthy, is easy to make, and...

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