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- 12/01/11--19:54: _07b. POPOVERS AND Y...
- 12/01/11--19:54: _07a. FRESH “PREPARE...
- 12/01/11--19:55: _07. PRIME RIB ROAST...
- 12/01/11--19:54: _06. CHRISTMAS GOOSE
- 12/01/11--19:54: _05. NUTS!
- 12/01/11--19:54: _04. BASIL GRAVLAX W...
- 12/01/11--19:54: _03. MULLED WINE – M...
- 12/01/11--19:54: _02. MAGIC HOLIDAY GROG
- 12/01/11--19:54: _01. THE EGGNOG COLL...
- 12/01/11--19:54: 07b. POPOVERS AND YORKSHIRE PUDDING
- 12/01/11--19:54: 07a. FRESH “PREPARED” HORSERADISH
- 12/01/11--19:55: 07. PRIME RIB ROASTED TWO WAYS
- 12/01/11--19:54: 06. CHRISTMAS GOOSE
- 12/01/11--19:54: 05. NUTS!
- 12/01/11--19:54: 04. BASIL GRAVLAX WITH BASIL SAUCE
- 12/01/11--19:54: 03. MULLED WINE – MULLED CIDER – HOT BUTTERED RUM
- 12/01/11--19:54: 02. MAGIC HOLIDAY GROG
- 12/01/11--19:54: 01. THE EGGNOG COLLECTION
Seems like lots of you are planning on Prime Rib for a holiday dinner this year – and Yorkshire pudding is a delicious and elegant accompaniment. (It’s not really a pudding, of course – more like a puffy baked pancake, served as a bread.) If you don’t have drippings from a prime rib, a very […]
500 DEGREE METHOD Bring the prime rib roast to room temperature by removing it from the refrigerator, and allowing it to stand in a cool place, wrapped in its butcher-paper wrapping, for one to four hours. (The prime rib may be out of the refrigerator safely for up to four hours – longest time for […]
Here is an unusual stuffing in a traditional Charles Dickens-style holiday bird. The tart cranberries and kumquats balance in flavor and texture with the pork sausage and crunchy pistachios. An orange-flavored liqueur blends the flavors all together – it is really a favor festival, and goes best with a wonderful red Burgundy wine. Of course, […]
Everyone loves roasted, sugared, or spicy nuts – often served warm as friends stop in. (Freshly roasted nuts hold their heat for a surprisingly long time if served in a heavy, pre-warmed dish!) Candied nuts (or glazed nuts) are a little bit more like candy treats, not quite as savory as some others (and delightful […]
Here are three hot drinks, fragrant and comforting, for cool fall and winter evenings. The mulled wine and cider recipes are for party-size amounts (ladle into small mugs or punch cups from a big pot on the stove or from a crock pot set on “low”) but the hot buttered rum recipe makes one serving, […]
This is my idea of the most delicious hot beverage for the cold weather and holidays. You can keep it in a pot on the back of the stove for ladling out – or use a crock pot to keep it warm. Leave out the alcohol, if you wish. I perfected this recipe years ago […]
Here is virtually every possible way to make and serve this rich and festive beverage. There’s a single-serving recipe for making as-needed, a party recipe, a recipe without raw eggs (even though the danger from raw eggs is small in the first two recipes – and made even smaller by the addition of alcohol) and […]