Few things scream “New Year”, like a cold cup of eggnog. If you have ever thought about whatmakes the festive drink so delicious, you have come to the right place. What Is Eggnog? Eggnog is a rich, milk, and egg-based beverage that’s generally served to kick-start the festive season from Thanksgiving, right up to New […]
Lights are one of the biggest symbols for Christmas and Haunakka. Many families light up their Christmas trees and Menorah. To celebrate the season of light.
Snowball cookies are a holiday treat that are traditionally baked in my home and left for Santa Claus under the tree on Christmas Eve.
Some buy it; some make it. In any event, the tradition is kept alive.
Cotochino con lenticchi is a traditional Italian pork sausage and lentil dish that is popular throughout Italy for New Year celebrations. Delicious and easy to make. ~ Happy New Year to all!
Christmastime in Quebec, Canada! This city is about as French as it gets in North America and it’s steeped in interesting culinary tradition. This trip will take us through some fabulous Christmas markets, the famous Fairmont Le Château Frontenac Hotel, and French cooking classes at the world renowned “Ateliers et Saveurs”- not to mention we will get some great insight to the “French-Canadian” way of celebrating Christmas!
Ricotta cookies? Yes, and they’re absolutely delicious! These soft Italian-style cookies are absolutely delicious and simple to make. Top them with the lemon glaze and you have a real treat!
Roman burgers are different and delicious. The feta cheese that is mixed in with the meat adds a real nice depth of salty flavor to the burger. The saltiness is balanced nicely with the fantastic “Fennel Slaw” that this recipe calls for. “Happy Grilling & Happy Memorial Day!”
Gingerbread men, gingerbread holiday shapes and not forgetting the “granddaddy” of them all gingerbread houses. The making of these holiday cookies are a time honored tradition in many families across the world. The best gingerbread in the world comes from Nürnberg, Germany and is called lebkuchen . This post contains a wonderful recipe for gingerbread and some insight into the lebkuchen of Nürnberg, Germany. Merry Christmas& Happy Holidays!