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  1. Diabetic Living Holiday Cooking Volume 2
  2. Diabetic Living Holiday Cooking (Volume 1)
  3. The Almost No-Fat Holiday Cookbook: Festive Vegetarian Recipes by Bryanna Clark Grogan, 1995-06
  4. Fat-Free Holiday Recipes by Sandra Woodruff, 1995-09
  5. Marlene Sorosky's Cooking for Holidays and Celebrations (A Completely Revised and Updated Edition of The Year 'Round Holiday Cookbook) by Marlene Sorosky, 1994-09-01
  6. Holiday Storybook Stew: Cooking through the Year with Books Kids Love by Peter J. Rauen, Suzanne I. Barchers, 1998-06-09
  7. Jewish Holiday Style by Rita Milos Brownstein, 1999-09-08
  8. Kids Holiday Cooking (Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles) by Susan Manlin Katzman, 2002-03
  9. The Jewish Gardening Cookbook: Growing Plants and Cooking for Holidays and Festivals by Michael P. Brown, 2001-03
  10. How to Cook Everything: Holiday Cooking by Mark Bittman, 2003-08-08
  11. Entertaining Ideas from the African-American Kitchen: Recipes and Traditions for Holidays Throughout the Year by Angela Shelf Medearis, 1997-11-01
  12. The Texas Holiday Cookbook by Dotty Griffith, 1997-10-25
  13. Holiday Cupcakes by Annie Rigg, 2010-08
  14. Holiday Baking (Williams Sonoma Kitchen Library) by Jeanne Thiel Kelley, 1995-10

41. Rosh Hashanah Recipes - Jewish New Year - Holiday Cooking
On the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, Jews eat foods that symbolize good things they hope for in the coming year. Apples and honey hint of a sweet year, while fish hints at a
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  • On the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, Jews eat foods that symbolize good things they hope for in the coming year. Apples and honey hint of a sweet year, while fish hints at a prosperous year to come. Learn about Rosh Hashanah food traditions, get ideas for Rosh Hashanah menus, and find Rosh Hashanah recipes.
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  • Traditional Ashkenazic Rosh Hashanah Menus and Recipes
    Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. Special Rosh Hashanah food customs have developed over the centuries. Enjoy these traditional Ashkenazic Rosh Hashanah holiday dinner and lunch menus and recipes. zSB(3,3)
    Brisket - A Favorite Jewish Holiday Entree
    Brisket, a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest, is a popular Jewish holiday entree. Jews traditionally prepare beef brisket by braising it in a roasting pot. Learn how to prepare great brisket. Read the reasons why to prepare Jewish brisket for the holidays.
    Pomegranates and the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah Recipes

    42. Holiday Cooking — Blogs, Pictures, And More On WordPress
    May Day Dinner Menu. Cook’s Notes Summer is just around the corner, even if it is still unseasonably cold outside. In fact, late Spring allergies have put me a little under

    43. Holiday Cooking | RecipeLionBlog
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    Spice Up Your Holiday Dinner With This Latest Free eCookbook of Christmas Dinner Ideas
    November 3rd, 2010 at 02:05pm Under Delicious Dinners Holiday Feasts Continue Reading Spice Up Your Holiday Dinner With This Latest Free eCookbook of Christmas Dinner Ideas Tags: christmas dinner menu ideas christmas dinner recipes christmas recipes dinner ... quick and easy dinner By Sarah 1 comment
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    March 19th, 2010 at 01:32am Under Holiday Feasts In Season News Continue Reading New Easter Recipes eCookbook Published Tags: baking dessert recipes dinner easter recipes ... News By Nina Add comment
    Celebrate with Fruit and Punch
    June 15th, 2009 at 01:47pm Under Holiday Feasts In Season Quick and Easy Last weekend, we had a family party to celebrate Mother’s Day, three birthdays, and Father’s Day.  Yes, we have a lot to celebrate this time of year!  Well, I had decided to make this Quick and Very Easy Fruit Salad, and it was a huge hit!  I opted to use fresh fruit instead of canned [...] Continue Reading Celebrate with Fruit and Punch Tags: drinks fruit FruitSalad holiday cooking ... seasonal By Nina Add comment
    Matzo Ball Soup
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    44. Holiday Cooking Invitations, Holiday Cooking Announcements, Holiday Cooking Invi
    24 hour shipping on most orders. Customizable full color Holiday Cooking invitations, announcements, and invites of all sizes from Pick your favorite Holiday cooking invitations

    45. Holiday Cooking Videos And Holiday Cooking Guides From
    View how to videos and guides in Holiday Cooking, get steps to Do it Yourself, or share how you do something by adding a film or guide to the website.

    46. Food - Cooking With Kids
    Holiday Cooking Let your kids help you in the kitchen with these yummy and easy recipes.
    Decorating Home Improvement Parenting Beauty ... Cooking Guides cooking with kids Let your kids help you in the kitchen with these yummy and easy recipes. Many of these recipes include step-by-step instructions for your children to follow. Recipe Finder Check out our most popular categories: Chicken Beef Dessert Appetizer ... A Salad Your Kid Will Eat from Strawberries, string cheese, and the fun of mixing it up help the lettuce go down.
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    47. Holiday Cooking - Nicola Paris - Sea Shepherd
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    Galley, Steve Irwin 24th December, 2009 When you are out of inspiration for dinner, just make breakfast instead. That’s right: dinner was an all day breakfast extravaganza of fried tomatoes, toast, fake bacon, soy sausages, hash browns, veggie fry up, and pancakes for dessert. Why? That’s just how we roll. 25th December - Christmas day We finally persuaded Chief Cook Laura into having a morning off so I did Christmas breakfast and Vera joined me for lunch. Thanks to the feisty weather, a batch of pancake mixture and corn fritter mixture ended up all over the floor… hmmm… good start. Anyway, after putting on some vintage beastie boys too loud, I made a rapid recovery and we had hash browns, sweet pancakes, blueberry and banana smoothies, and all the other regular breakfast stuff. Lunch was pumpkin soup, potato wedges, leftover pasta and fresh made foccacia - to leave a bit of space for the epic Christmas feast. I tried to call my family earlier in the day, in a one off and extravagant use of the sat phone, and couldn’t get through - they called back at 6pm, just as we were in the last stages of preparation for an epic Christmas feast; so all I had time for was hi and bye… “Merry Christmas my lovely family, with special love for wonderful Nana, and thanks for putting up with me being away for another year.”

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    50. Holiday Cooking - Frugal Village Forums
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    51. Holiday Cooking Essentials
    Holiday cooking can be both fun and stressful. Many folks find themselves hosting a holiday party, cooking Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas dinner or b
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        Nov 5th 2009 at 12:29PM by Jodi Piepkorn
        Holiday cooking can be both fun and stressful. Many folks find themselves hosting a holiday party, cooking Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas dinner or baking cakes and cookies. We've compiled a list of holiday cooking essentials to reduce the stress of holiday entertaining. Holiday cooking must-haves will vary depending on your entertaining style, and experience, but these are a good starting point for beginners.
        For Holiday Cookies
        Baking cookies is a delicious and delightful holiday tradition for many families. This holiday, cook up a batch of sugar cookies to give as gifts to teachers, co-workers and friends. Look for cookie cutters in festive holiday shapes, or form perfectly shaped cookies with a cookie press.
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        When cooking this holiday, forget your great-grandmothers fruitcake, instead whip up a light and moist cake. A stand mixer is a sweet indulgence for any home cook, but a hand mixer will get the job done too. Mixing bowls and a brightly colored cake stand are a must! Use an offset spatula to get the best results when frosting your holiday cake.
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        Holiday Dinner
        Cooking a holiday dinner can seem daunting to any cook, but especially for a newbie. Keep it simple, focus on a fabulous main course and a couple sides. For perfectly cooked meat, use a digital thermometer that can be read without opening the oven door, which lets out heat and lowers the cooking temperature. The potato masher lets you create the perfect mash, whether you like them smooth or chunky. Don't forget a beautiful serving platter for the main course, it will be the center of attention on the dinner table.

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    Holiday Cooking! I am sharing some of our favorite holiday cooking recipes. My disclaimer is that not all of these recipes are as healthy as
    Holiday Cooking! I am sharing some of our favorite holiday cooking recipes. I would like them to be.. It is hard to balance health and holiday goodies!! But I do try as often as possible! Appetizers Mexican Spiced Hot Spinach Dip Crab Dip Salmon Spread Breads and Cakes Sour Cream Pumpkin Coffee Cake Holiday Pumpkin Bread Pies Pumpkin Pie Cookies Russian Tea Cakes Seven Layer Bars Sugar Cookies Ginger Bread Men Candy Goat Milk Fudge Peppermint Ice Side Dishes 24 Hour Fruit Salad Our Favorite Sweet Potatoes Spiced Cranberries Winter Squash Bake Beverages Chocolate Mint Coffee Mix Chai Tea Mix Holiday Egg Nog Hot Mulled Cider ... Chocolate Peppermint Coffee Creamer Gift Giving Recipes Whole Wheat Cinnamon Pancake Mix Strawberry Honey Popcorn Seasonings Chili Bean Soup Mix Back to: The Homestead Kitchen HOME Background by

    54. The Kitchen Designer - Journal - Holiday Cooking
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    Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake
    Just the thought of a double layer pumpkin cheesecake screams heaven! This delicious recipe comes from the Fat Free Vegan Kitchen. Although its not actually fat-free, this vegan holiday recipe is flawless. If you want it to taste more pumpkiny, just add an additional ¼ cup of pumpkin puree. Read more...
    Holiday Potluck Ideas-The Healthy Way
    The holidays are once again right around the corner. Many of us will be either preparing our own holiday meals or perhaps joining in on a potluck at a friend’s house, the office or a house of worship. If you are the one hosting a potluck dinner, why not try something different this year. Add a few twists to the average holiday meal by coming up with an ethnic theme or healthy nontraditional side dishes. Although it may seem challenging to eat healthy during the holiday season, here are some tips that will give you a different perspective on how to prepare healthy and delicious holiday meals. Read more...

    56. Holiday Cooking Hotlines
    Are you preparing your very first Thanksgiving feast? Call these hotlines or visit the websites for answers to all of your holiday cooking questions.
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    I Need Help With My Turkey!
    Want to know a rapid defrosting method, how long to cook a turkey, or what temperature is ideal for serving?

    Call the U.S. Department of Agriculture Meat and Poultry Hotline at 800-535-4555 on Thanksgiving Day from 8:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. EST or click here
    What goes best with turkey? How do you make cranberry sauce anyway? Call the Ocean Spray Consumer Helpline at 800-622-3263 on Thanksgiving Day from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. EST or click here Call the Butterball Turkey Talk Line at 800-288-8372 on Thanksgiving Day between 6:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. CST or click here here Want to know the secret to an extra flaky pie or how to roll the perfect crust?

    57. Holiday Cooking On A Budget |
    Holiday Cooking on a Budget. Hosting a big holiday meal for family and friends can put a strain on the wallet. Since spending is already in overdrive during the holiday season
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    By Mackenzie Wright eHow Contributor updated: August 11, 2009 I want to do this! What's This? Hosting a big holiday meal for family and friends can put a strain on the wallet. Since spending is already in overdrive during the holiday season, anything you can do to cut corners without sacrificing taste can be a huge help. Making a holiday meal on a budget doesn't mean you have to have a skimpy menu. It can be done, as long as you're willing to plan well and be creative.
    Plan Well
  • Plan your budget first, so you'll know how much you have to work with. Plan your menu carefully. Be selective. It's tempting to want to make 12 side dishes so everyone can have their favorites, but do you really need potatoes made three ways and two different kinds of stuffing? Stick to a small selection of appetizers, side dishes and desserts so you don't have to buy too many ingredients.
    Try to pick dishes that have the same ingredients so you can make the most of what you're buying. If you have an appetizer that calls for a tablespoon of chopped parsley, try to use the rest of the bunch by selecting a couple of side dishes that also call for parsley. Look for simple
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