Recipes best served on a holiday

Hosted by stephanie thomas "Peppy"
Group active since Sun, Sep 05, 2010

As I prepare for my holiday menu I often make a new dish a year. HoweverI find that much to often I cook the same turkey, the same ham, the same pie, the same candy year after year. This year I am determined to do it all different! I would like to open this group for a holiday fun from the yummy candy to the complex dish! Please feel free to go from Halloween through New Years fun...

Straws Kitchen
Dec 23, 2013

I LOVE PULL APARTS...aka MONKEY BREADS

HERE IS A COUPLE OF MY FAVS....FROM PILLSBURY!!!

FIRST RECIPE HAS "BACON"
SECOND RECIPE IS MADE IN A SLOW COOKER♥

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Donna Graffagnino
Dec 23, 2013

Buon Natale! Felice Anno Nuovo!

To All of You Wonderful Cooks and Your Families ~ Wishing you the Merriest Christmas and Happiest New Year! Stay Well and Keep Safe!


Straws Kitchen
Apr 1, 2013

EASTER 2013

I sent my friend Judy these recipes and she sent me back pix of what she made for Easter.
I created an album to show you...enjoy.

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Phyl Gerber
Mar 19, 2013

EASTER SUNDAY SALAD

This is a delicious and colorful salad and is beautiful on the Easter table. I'm a little late posting it in time for Easter planning so I will put it here for those looking for something special to take along to wherever you may be going for this special holiday. I'll be serving it again this year because it is quick and easy to prepare. PINK FRUIT SALAD

Annette W.
Nov 3, 2011

Delicious Appetizer for Holiday Parties and Pretty too

This is a recipe I make for holiday parties or potlucks that is delicious and gorgeous. Who doesn't love bacon, cream cheese and green onions together too! Oh and the kicker, it's topped with strawberry preserves. It's like a flavor-gasm in your mouth. Savory Cheese Pie w/ Strawberry Preserves-Annette

Ester McGillacutti
Nov 2, 2011

Looking for a soup to serve for family Christmas,

Will feed around 35-40 people, no cream soups please or chili. Any suggestions?