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Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire…

Well, how about chestnuts just roasting? Here’s a quick and easy recipe for roasting chestnuts in the oven: 1. Preheat oven to 425 F. 2. On the flat side of the chestnut, cut a large X with a sharp paring … Continue reading

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A Holiday Coffee Recipe from an Italian Grandma

Am I the only one who loves all thing Italian? I doubt it! 🙂 Hope you also love this delicious and easy spiced coffee recipe, perhaps with a holiday cookie, or when reading one of my sweet holiday romances. This … Continue reading

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A Christmas Treat Even Santa Won’t Pass Up

I  love holiday baking! The delicious cookie recipe I’m sharing below is guaranteed to make everyone in your household smile. The recipe is mentioned in my sweet romance holiday read, Candleglow and Mistletoe. Butter Ball Cookies Recipe: Yield 3-4 dozen … Continue reading

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What to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers?

I’m sharing a recipe today for Turkey Pot Pie, to help use up all those Thanksgiving leftovers. Serves 8 Ingredients: 1/4 c. butter 1/2 c. chopped onion 1 Tbls. minced garlic 1/3 c. all purpose flour 1/2 tsp. dried sage … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Conversation Starters

Thanksgiving is near, and I’m assuming you have the perfect recipes for Thanksgiving dinner. Instead, I’ll concentrate on some great conversation starters to ensure a smooth, pleasant meal for your family and friends. Here’s some safe ideas that should maintain … Continue reading

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National Indian Pudding Day and a recipe!

Today is National Indian Pudding Day. This pudding is associated with autumn and I’m sharing the perfect, slow-cooker, crockpot recipe below. Sometimes, this pudding is also called “hasty pudding.” The English colonists brought the recipe to North America. Originally, the … Continue reading

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