If you're like us--Christmas "traditionalists" at heart, you're busy planning at least one holiday get-together--so we're gathering up all the Christmas goodies and libation recipes we can find--with a vintage eye--some from past editions of EverythingCroton and elsewhere--and for the next few weeks, we'll be sharing them all. Here's Part 2. Click on the photo and links. We especially like this one--eat more cranberries and win a 1953 Cadillac convertible too...
To see Part 1, click: http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2012/12/ho-ho-ho-christmas-recipes.html
42 TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS COOKIE RECIPES FROM MARTHA STEWART http://www.marthastewart.com/275013/traditional-christmas-cookie-recipes/@center/276951/christmas-cookies
You are the holiday queen! Thank you for all these great decorating and cooking ideas. I wasn't fortunate enough to have any recipes from my grandmother and these postings are the next best thing.ReplyDelete
Very truly yours,
Maybe they should put you and the elves in charge of decorations next year though there isn't much you can do with a budget of 1.99 for twenty red velvet bows.ReplyDelete
Sad but funny. Thanks for the Readers Digest Christmas cookbook. Some of it is hilarious and some of it's very useful.Delete