Perfect for all kinds of Christmas inspiration, Betty Crocker Christmas Cookbook gives you everything you need to make the holiday sparkle-tasty recipes, entertaining essentials, decorating tips, and creative gift-giving ideas. Packed with hundreds of recipes for traditional dishes and creative new flavors, this comprehensive Christmas cookbook is chock full of great ideas.
Special features help you tackle standards like roast turkey, while tips on decorating make the season bright. There is even a complete chapter on edible gifts_from cookies and candies to hot chocolate and jam.
- Features 250 recipes for appetizers, main dishes, breads, desserts, candies, and more
- Lavishly illustrated with gorgeous full-color photography throughout
- Includes a helpful Holiday Survival Guide and Holiday Countdown Calendar that help take the stress out of Christmas planning
From decking the halls to gathering around the table for a beautiful Christmas dinner, the Betty Crocker Christmas Cookbook will help make every Christmas spectacular.
A Merry and Delicious Collection of Christmas Cookie Recipes
Christmas and baking go hand in hand. With this must-have holiday collection, the whole family will want to help out in the kitchen. Find all the season's favorite cookies, from fun and filled goodies like Gingersnap Sandwich Cookies to inspiring decorated treats like Snowflake Mittens and delicious drop varieties like Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies. Plus, a chapter on special bars and brownies provides festive sweets that are easy to make and share, such as Holiday Toffee Bars. Bakers of all ages and experience will turn to Betty Crocker Christmas Cookies throughout the entire holiday season.
When it was first published in 1986 A Book of Feasts and Seasons was the first popular attempt to recapture the lost traditions surrounding our major feasts and festivals. Since then it has gone through many printings, and has become a well loved source book all over the world. For every occasion of the Christian Year - from the traditional celebration of Michaelmas and Martinmas to making an Advent Wreath, from wassailing to the full story of St Wenceslaus - A Book of Feasts and Seasons remains an essential part of the family library. In today's fast moving world it gets harder and harder for people to keep in touch with their Christian history and customs. This book allows families, schools and church groups to do just that, and to have fun while doing it. Joanna Bogle is a well-known Catholic journalist and broadcaster. She often appears on the television station EWTN.
Impress your friends and loved ones with your cake decorating skills - whatever the occasion. Ann Pickard sets out 25 fun and fabulous cakes in Cakes for Occasions that are ideal for that special celebration, including an enchanting fairy castle, a delightful Jack-in-the-box, mouth-watering chocolate ruffles, a Halloween Pumpkin, baby's cradle and a figgy pudding. No prior knowledge is needed - Ann has simplified the process in an ingenious way, so even beginners will be amazed by the fantastic results they can achieve following her fully illustrated step-by-step instructions.
Making royal icing, covering the cake, creating a range of cake characters and piping hair and grass are just some of the basic techniques carried through the 25 projects that are suitable for the beginner to the more advanced cake maker. Whatever the occasion, the personal touch will mean so much more and the guest of honor will be delighted to receive a cake that has been custom-made just for them.
The five hosts of ABC's hit show The Chew invite you to celebrate a full year of holidays, events, and special occasions. From Thanksgiving to Mother's Day, and Christmas to the Fourth of July, Mario Batali, Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly, Daphne Oz, and Michael Symon are here to provide you with mouthwatering recipes, useful entertaining tips, and creative crafts to make your gatherings unforgettable, original, and manageable. In this third companion book, the hosts bring the wit, wisdom, and practicality shared on the show to your raucous game-day gathering, romantic Valentine's Day dinner, and festive New Year's Eve bash.
The Chew: A Year of Celebrations will guide you through the planning, cooking, and, of course, rejoicing in the year's most celebrated events. With a complete spread for each celebration, including drinks, appetizers, entr es, sides, and desserts, the guesswork is taken out of menu creation; all that's left to do is prepare and enjoy the fantastic food. Everyone will feel the love in the air at a wedding serving Clinton Kelly's Love Drunk Punch. Mario Batali's Cauliflower Fritters will ensure your awards-night get-together is a winner. Michael Symon will make your Halloween delicious with Trick or Treat Mac and Cheese. Carla Hall's Pumpkin Pecan Pie will finally eliminate the toughest Thanksgiving decision: classic pumpkin or classic pecan? Daphne Oz will show you how to make a Citrus Salt Scrub, the perfect favor for a bridal or baby shower.
In her latest cookbook, Rozanne Gold offers cooks everywhere the most valuable gift of all: three-ingredient holiday recipes that compress shopping, prep and cooking time, thereby freeing the reader to spend more time enjoying family and friends - and less time in the kitchen These 75 extraordinary recipes highlight all the wonderful flavors of the season and set the stage for easy yet elegant holiday entertaining at home. And at only 16.95, the book is a thoughtful gift to present to a holiday party host or slip into a favorite cook's stocking.
Featuring menu ideas, timetables, hints and shortcuts, Christmas 101 is your go-to guide to make holiday planning simple, fun and festive. Now revised, updated, and featuring all new recipes including Christmas holiday classics
Rick Rodgers once again takes cooks by the hand to help them entertain (and still be entertaining) during the hectic season. Christmas 101 features 100 of his never-fail recipes, from holiday classics such as egg nog, glazed ham, and gingerbread cookies to contemporary ideas such as Shrimp Bisque with Confetti Vegetables, Chicken Cassoulet, and Shortcakes with Pears in Brandied Cream Sauce. And since the holiday season keeps going long after the last Christmas present is opened, there are plenty of New Year's ideas, from an intimate dinner for four to an open house buffet for the entire neighborhood.
Snowflakes are swirling, carolers are singing and shoppers are crowding into shops...Christmas is coming If you're like us, you'd love to recreate the holiday magic you remember from Grandma's home, but don't have all day to spend in the kitchen. Christmas at Grandma's is filled with simple-to-make recipes for every festive occasion. For Christmas morning breakfast, serve Christmas Sausage Souffle and Overnight Sticky Buns. After sledding or cutting down the tree, warm everyone up with mugs of Yellow Pea Soup. An open-house buffet with Ambrosia Cheese Dip and Grandma's Cocktail Nibbles is perfect for merrymaking with friends. Busy-day dinners are a snap with Granny's Baked Macaroni & Cheese or Mom's One-Pot Chicken Supper. Make the big day special with Nonna's Christmas Eve Spaghetti, Mama's Baked Brown Sugar Ham or Tangy Glazed Chicken. Ginger-Orange Cranberries and Corn & Broccoli Casserole round out a festive menu. What we all remember most about holidays with Grandma is the desserts, right? Try family favorites like Cranberry Cream Pie and Apple Spice Cake...yum Cookies are a must, so we've rounded up Sugar Doodle Drops and Chocolate Gingerbread Men. They're so much fun to make and eat You'll also find sweet memories of holidays gone by, plus clever tips for sharing Christmas with your kids or grandkids.
- A book about the pleasure of coming back to the kitchen to celebrate Christmas, finding time to stay with your family and friendsIn Italy, Christmas is a thrilling time for young and old. It is celebrated for weeks, bringing families and friends together for spur of the moment gatherings, decorating the tree, or the traditional Christmas Day dinner. And with a pantry full of specially prepared foods, homemade gifts are always at the ready. Christmas at Last shares these traditions and the holiday recipes that have passed from family-to-family for generations. Sixty-five recipes include the great Italian classics, as well as some with a Nordic influence (because we all know that Father Christmas lives among reindeer). Christmas will be better than ever with St. Lucy's Sweet Buns, Chocolate and Chili Pepper Truffles, Extra Simple Coffee Parfait and many more. Also included are instructions for traditional Italian holiday decorations such as string lanterns, garlands made from orange peel, and dried apple potpourri. Contents: Introduction; Recipes; Stories.