christmas

  1. L_B

    Have you started planning your Christmas cooking yet?

    I realize that is is Thanksgiving in the USA so the last thing you are probably thinking about is Christmas cooking. One holiday at a time. For the rest of the posters, have you started planning what you would like to have for Christmas dinner and sweets. If so what is on the menu so far? I have...
  2. Caribbean girl

    Do you have any pet peeves relating to the Christmas season?

    I see Christmas as a lovely time of year and I like most things about the season - the decorations, the beautiful lights, the music, the shopping, the family get-together and the different Christmas events that we attend. There are a few pet peeves that I have relating to the season, however...
  3. L_B

    Figgy Pudding

    Does anybody actually make or eat figgy pudding at Christmas time? Just listening to some Christmas music and it came up in the traditional Christmas song and then it got me wondering. I have never had it. I did google it and it does look rather interesting. I have never seen it anywhere or knew...
  4. ReadmeByAmy

    Famous Cooking Chefs and Cooking Shows In Your Country

    When it comes to cooking each country had its own famous chefs who is very popular and idolized by its people especially if their chef had a television cooking show. Who is the famous Cooking Chefs and Cooking Shows in your country? Do you always watched your favorite Cooking Chefs and their...
  5. MrsDangermouse

    Recipe Food Christmas decorations?

    Does anyone else make their own edible Christmas decorations? The main two I do are gingerbread biscuits to hang on the tree, and dried orange slices. I love the traditional look, and they smell nice too. The oranges are dead easy: just thinly slice a few oranges (they shrink as they dry so...
  6. cupcakechef

    Christmas Dinners from around the world

    I thought this was super interesting - it's the "typical" Christmas dinner from a number of countries! I can vouch for Japan being in love with KFC at Christmas time - nice work to the marketing genius who associated the two, because it's been a tradition here ever since, it seems, to get KFC...
  7. foolsgold

    Chocolate bark ingredients

    Hi guys. I am planning to give away chocolate bark as christmas gifts/stocking fillers this holiday season. I am adding pretzels, nuts, some candy, but would like some more ideas. What are other good ingredients to add to my chocolate bark and what is also the best way to wrap them? Thanks!
  8. Rosyrain

    Christmas Appetizers

    What kind of appetizers will you be serving this holiday season. I am looking for some new ideas and would like to try some recipes from around the world. I am open to anything normal or geared toward vegetarian or gluten free.
  9. Caribbean girl

    Christmas planning

    Have you begun to do any planning relating to the Christmas season as yet? As for me, I do not really think about Christmas until the month of November rolls around. I know there are some people who start doing their Christmas shopping in October. However, I do not get the Christmas spirit so...
  10. kgord

    Christmas Candies and Cookies for Gifts

    Do you plan to make any Christmas candies and cookies for gifts this year? If so, do you know what they will be? I saw a recipe for some chocolate dipped Ritz cracker sandwiches stuffed with Rolos (a type of chocolate caramel candy they sell here) that look really kind of interesting. I may make...
  11. winterybella

    What's the biggest cooking holiday in your country?

    Hands down, it's Xmas where I live. I don't get caught up but I can tell you if people never eat the entire year, they get to eat at Xmas and eat really BIG. Green peas and rice, pork, stuffing, baked ham, turkey, chicken, fish (optional), stew of some sort, vegetables, salads of every kind and...
  12. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Melomakarona (Greek Honey Cookies) III

    Melomakarona: Greek Christmas Honey Cookies And one final variation.... Which is probably the recipe i will give to my husband and has been taken from this website. Ingredients For the cookies 2 cups olive oil (you may want to substitute 1 cup of vegetable oil such as corn oil) 1 cup sugar ½...
  13. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Melomakarona (Greek Honey Cookies) II

    A variation on the Recipe - Melomakarona (Greek Honey Cookies) ... Makes: 24-30 Ingredients For the Biscuits 3 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup olive oil ¼ cup sugar ½ cup brandy (or whiskey) 1 tablespoon orange zest ¼ cup orange juice For the syrup 1 cup honey...
  14. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Melomakarona (Greek Honey Cookies)

    Melomakarona: Greek Christmas Honey Cookies Melomakarona should come with a health warning. They are seriously addictive and not good for your waistline. I have taken the recipe from this website. We first came across them whilst cycling around the world, or at least trying to. The weather...
  15. ChowDownBob

    Do you cook turkey for Christmas dinner or a different bird?

    In our house the Christmas "bird" is a large turkey crown (we don't have a big enough oven to accommodate a whole bird and all the potatoes and veg etc. so we get a crown from the butcher around the corner and cook it on the top shelf). Are you a turkey family or do you cook a different bird...
  16. MyDigitalpoint

    Recipe Diabetic Holidays Recipes - Holiday Nog

    With the advent of holiday seasons, I was wondering about diabetic people feeling excluded of the celebrations because in holidays food is particularly rich in all what they cannot eat. So that, I thought to share some recipes for the diabetic patient, but also to anyone wanting to taste...
  17. MyDigitalpoint

    Recipe Diabetic Holidays Recipes - Peanut Butter Cookies

    With the advent of holiday seasons, I was wondering about diabetic people feeling excluded of the celebrations because in holidays food is particularly rich in all what they cannot eat. So that, I thought to share some recipes for the diabetic patient, but also to anyone wanting to taste...
  18. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Homemade Christmas Cake

    OK, this is a once a year epic, you have been warned. It is best made around October half term and stored until Christmas. It is stunningly moist from the apple juice, but very heavy and simply wonderful for a hungry cyclist/mountaineer. We have omitted from the orginal recipe what we don't...
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