What a great time of year; full of food, fun and family plans! No matter which holidays you celebrate, most everyone enjoys gathering around the table for a great meal. Many of us do the best cooking we’re capable of during the holiday season. I think it’s fair to say many people pull out all the stops with a meal or two during the holidays by serving over-the-top dishes to indulge in top-notch flavor and savor the season. And since feasting with family and friends is such a major part of the season, I thought I’d share a few different recipes that might make your holidays even more delicious.
This time of year, many are getting ready for big events, cooking, and visiting with family. Whether you’re hosting at home or bringing to a potluck, we all need a few delicious, reliable recipes that are easy to make in large quantities.
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- Here’s a spinach and artichoke dip recipe featured on Slow Cooker Gourmet that adds bacon for a delicious twist...
If you have a large crowd to hold over until dinner, this might be just the thing. Would love to hear how it turns out!
- This chili recipe from Food.com fits the bill…it’s called “the best bowl of chili I ever had!”
Chili is one of those comfort foods that’s fast, simple, feeds a houseful, and sticks to the ribs. It’s great the next day and freezes well, too. Cook up a pot and let me know what you think. Is it a keeper? If so, send me some photos and share what you liked best about it!
- Take a look at this glazed ham recipe! It looks easy to make, and you might even save a few bucks baking it yourself.
My only request? Snap a photo when it’s done…I’d love to see your kitchen creation!
From the looks of the reviews, this tenderloin recipe won’t steer you wrong.
It’s definitely one of the pricier beef cuts, so there’s a lot of pressure to get it right! How can you be sure? Start with a reliable recipe from a reliable cook, like Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond.
After the Holidays and all of the great food are over, it will be time to get back into our "normal" routines.
I'd love to hear from you when you're done celebrating and you're looking for a "recipe" for your financial plans.