All good Southerners and their friends know that the secret to a prosperous New Year is to eat black eyed peas on New Year’s Day! But, I just don’t make this salad for New Year’s Day. I’m taking this dish to a Christmas party and I’m certain that it will be one of the first things that will go quickly.
This warm and cozy Christmas drink will get you in the holiday spirit. Try adding extra spices like cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg for even more flavor. To turn this drink into an Eggnog Hot Chocolate, substitute the espresso with chocolate.
With just a few ingredients and ready in less than 20 minutes, turn to this recipe for Asian inspired mussels with red curry paste, fresh ginger, coconut milk, and cilantro.
I like to make a large batch of meatballs and marinara to freeze for later and toss with spaghetti or zucchini noodles or turn into meatball subs. Add crushed red pepper for a little extra heat.
Add these festive minty marshmallows into hot chocolate, eat them by themselves, or turn them into the most delicious s’mores. You will need a candy thermometer to make these treats.
This standing rib roast studded with thyme, rosemary, and garlic is both easy and impressive for a holiday centerpiece. Make sure to let the roast 20 minutes before carving.
Eggnog becomes the base for a delicious make-ahead pancake batter that easily feeds a family for holiday breakfasts, brunches, and more. Cut into squares or use a cookie cutter to make fun pancake shapes. Serve with maple syrup and whipped cream.
Maple syrup and crushed pineapple are the secret ingredients for this classic Thanksgiving casserole! Yum! To make this ahead, assemble the casserole up to 1 day in advance and refrigerate. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.