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The Great Holiday Cook Off

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  • Honey Bourbon Whiskey Meatballs

    Honey Bourbon Whiskey Meatballs

    If you’re in charge of bringing appetizers to the next holiday potluck on your agenda, try something classic but with an unexpected twist like honey bourbon whiskey meatballs. Be sure to make plenty because these are not a one-and-done snack! Get the recipe.

  • Roasted Fennel With Lemon Stuffing

    Roasted Fennel With Lemon Stuffing

    Stuffing is the most versatile dish so why not get even more creative with your stuffing this holiday season! Packed with roasted fennel, onions and lemon, this version is especially delicious with pork or lamb too. Get the recipe.

  • Blue Cheese and Pine Nut Puffs

    Blue Cheese and Pine Nut Puffs

    Break and bake rolls are fine for everyday dinners, but when it comes to impressing your guests whip up a dozen blue cheese and pine nut puffs. They’ll go with practically any dish, and you’ll guests will rave about them for weeks! Get the recipe.

  • Green Bean Casserole with Pancetta and Panko Bread Crumbs

    Green Bean Casserole with Pancetta and Panko Bread Crumbs

    Traditional green bean casseroles are great, but with an added twist of pancetta and Panko bread crumbs, no other casserole will be able to compete with yours. Get the recipe. 

  • Roasted Maple Rosemary Carrots

    Roasted Maple Rosemary Carrots

    Savory and sweet, these carrots are a real treat for your taste buds. The maple and rosemary flavors are an unexpected but very delicious combination. You’ll never be able to eat bland carrots again. Get the recipe.

  • Cranberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin

    Cranberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin

    Serving ham or turkey at holiday parties is just as expected as Santa on Christmas Eve. Why not make your main course memorable? Pork tenderloin in a sweet and seasonal cranberry glaze will have your guest’s mouths watering at dinner time, and then talking about your cooking skill till next Thanksgiving. Get the recipe.

  • Potato Soup with Leeks

    Potato Soup with Leeks

    We are always here to help you prepare delicious meals, especially ones that can be made in less than an hour! In 45 minutes your mouths can be filled with a delicious potato leek soup, filled with onions, leeks, and cheesy potatoes! Get the recipe.

great-holiday-cook-offWhen the holiday season comes along, so do the holiday parties and potlucks! Make sure to show off your culinary prowess this year by taking typical holiday food to the next level with one of these seasonal dishes.