Christmas -- cooking

12/07/2016 - 2:41am
2016 Christmas with Southern Living

With over 80 pages dedicated to resources, Southern Living once again offers a number of original methods to celebrate the season. This year is their special 50th Anniversary edition.

11/30/2016 - 2:37am
I’m Dreaming of a Chocolate Christmas by Marcel Desaulniers

Going to college in Williamsburg in the mid-80s meant the occasional treat at Marcel Desaulnier’s legendary restaurant The Trellis. Its fine dining was a little out of our league except occasionally, but they had a special service for dessert and drinks in the evening on the patio, which was an easier indulgence for a date night. Being the 80s, the White Chocolate-Raspberry Balloon (white chocolate ice cream with a delectable fruit sauce) was a hit, as was its most famous dessert, Death by Chocolate, and its more modest cousin, Chocolate Temptation.

10/14/2015 - 9:34am
Craft Your Own Handmade Holiday Gifts

Every year the holidays start sooner and sooner with advertising bombarding us about all the great deals and discount gifts, but you don’t have to plan a big shopping trip to spoil your loved ones. Handmade gifts can be more fun, exciting, and thoughtful to give than the newest gadgets and gizmos.

10/27/2016 - 9:11am
Holiday Cooking with Children

My niece is a tactile learner and uses touch to explore her world. That doesn’t work so well in an art museum or when there’s an unknown sticky substance nearby, but it’s ideal for cooking! She especially enjoys stirring, whisking and manning the salad spinner. Her enthusiasm can be challenging for adults trying to “get things done” but she pitches in whenever possible. This year, engage children in the holiday cooking and they will feel proud to have part in the celebration. Here are some cookbooks to inspire and help make cooking as a family easy and fun!

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