My mother and I made these cookies when I was little, many years ago, using the box of dry mincemeat. I have looked for years for the recipe, they are the best cookies ever!!!
These cookies are buttery and flakey, love the walnut filling that gives the cookies just enough nuttiness and sweetness. Well balanced flavor, and cute little pockets, just can not have enough of them.
An Eastern European pastry with a rich history and cultural significance. They are traditionally made from a simple dough consisting of cream cheese, butter, and flour, and filled with sweet fillings like jam, nuts, or cheese.
These are so easy to make and are delicious!
These turned out perfect—crushed candy canes make them nice and crispy on the outside, with a soft melt-in-the-mouth explosion on the inside. I was really impressed a bit like shortbread with a minty twist.
Jam filled cookies, traditionally from Eastern Canada but popular around the world. Some know this as a Christmas cookie but it's good any time of year.
I have made a Thanksgiving goose every year for at least 15 years. I have steadily gained on making the perfect bird but I finally found the greatest recipe ever in Cook's Magazine. The divine part of this approach to cooking the goose is that it employs some of the eastern method of drying the skin which is used in Peking Duck. The skin simply drops all its fat and leaves a crispy, dry, delectable skin that folks fight over! No more rubbery, yucky goose skin full of fat!
I Remember my Grandmother and Mother making these cookies. Somewhere along the line, I lost the recipe. I have tried to find a recipe with "that" taste I remember so well. Then I saw "this" one, and, for a moment, it brought back not only my childhood but also my mother and grandmother.
Traditionally baked during 'Sinterklaas', a feast on 5 December (6 December in Belgium and Germany) on which little children receive gifts from the holy St. Nicholas, the partial inspiration for Santa Claus. In Germany, Pfeffernüsse are traditionally made during the Christmas season.
Just like Santa, I have big orders to fill when it comes to the holidays. Everyone wants me to make them some.
A delicious holiday drink made with apple cider, orange juice and a bit of brandy.
Cheesy and potato-y goodness: hash brown potatoes in a creamy sauce topped with crispy French fried onions.
WOW. This was AMAZING! I got so many compliments on it, and a few people said they liked it better than pumpkin pie. I have to say I might just agree with that. I made it exactly as it said on the recipe, except I omitted the nuts and added a bit extra cinnamon and some pumpkin pie spice to the cake batter.
Try this unique recipe that creates a bread bowl that can be used to hold and eat dip. Perfect for dinner parties!
This delicious sweet potato casserole impresses everyone. It's creamy but not too rich, it's sweet but not too heavy. The candied pecan topping adds the extra crunchiness and nuttiness, a great side dish to share on your Thanksgiving table.
No sugar, flavour is still so nice, and much healthier too!
Make it ahead to save some time for your party day, and it tastes delicious when it comes out of the oven and freshly baked.
Dear Abby's Kentucky Pecan Pie recipe
A delightful twist on the classic oatmeal cookie. These tasty treats combine the wholesome goodness of oats with the rich, buttery flavor of butterscotch chips. The result is a chewy, sweet, and satisfying cookie perfect for any occasion.
After trying numerous green bean casseroles I was not a fan. This casserole changed my mind. Tender-crisp green beans that were actually green. Just the right amount of creamy coating loaded with mushroom flavor. And no canned tasteless fried onions. Delish!