A lot of these recipes can be prepared for an ocean of special occasions and they sparkle up any holiday season with something fresh and different. You can be sure that every 10 years, homemaking magazines come up with only slightly different versions of the same recipes of the past decade, hoping to attract new cooks. However, the rest of us get tired of “same same same.” You will not get tired of these dishes!
- Peppermint Stardust Ice Cream; Champagne Cookies and a Stardust Martini – cinnamon and a taste of chocolate, with glitter! See the first three recipes at Peppermint Stardust Ice Cream, Champagne Cookies and a Stardust Martini
- Mostaccioli Cookies – possibly served on a banquet table with chocolate diamonds for anniversaries. These cookies can be formed into spheres, flat rounds, or rolled and cut into diamonds as well.
- My Favorite Christmas Ice Cream Recipes – Why not try a little more spice?
- Christmas and Holiday Sugar Dusted Spice Cake
- Best Brownie Recipes – Add Fruit!
- The Best French Christmas Recipes
Did you know that Christmas was once illegal in both the UK and the Thirteen Colonies? — The Irish and others used a code to celebrate anyway and we use it today.
Have you lost loved ones close to Christmas, making it a sad time of year? You can turn all that arond with some moving tributes to help you remember them:
Do you like Christmas Films? These are not the ones you’ve seen already 100 times, but they are funny, poignant, and memorable.
- The Meaning of Christmas on Film – A Gift of The Magi Christmas
- Best Books and Films of 2011 – We Bought a Zoo
- From the film critic – Top 8 Favorite Christmas Films of 2011
How about Christmas Travel? –