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Christmas Recipes

Old time treats

Back in the 1930s and 40s mom baked her own goodies and desserts were homespun and knowing just what was in those delightful desserts. They also tasted far better than the modern off-the-shelf desserts.The following will prove...

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Hot Dickens Cider

The holiday season ushers in all kinds of warming specialty drinks to cozy up with around the house. This Hot Dickens Cider is named after A Christmas Carol author Charles Dickens. I have no idea why, as it’s a variant of the...

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Christmas Crockpot Candy

This delicious mélange of peanuts, chocolate, and almond bark has become a family favourite.6. Allow to harden for at least 1 hour.7. Enjoy responsibly!Notes:Be careful though…Christmas Crack is extremely addictive.  It is...

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The Proof is in the Pudding

Ah, Christmas — the time of year when magazines abound with recipes promising taste sensations derived solely from rainbows and snowflakes. At least that’s my assumption because they are the only things not on the list of...

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Eric’s Christmas Moose Stew

I’ve got a moose stew I usually throw together in the winter for a party. I get it going on the stove, and when it’s done I set it on the fireplace with a ladle and some bowls laying around for people to tie into it...

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And a Grouse, in a Pine Tree

Midwinter is rife with tradition.Celebrating, tolerating, or avoiding family gatherings and their associated rituals is part of many people’s December, whether they ascribe to Solstice, Christmas, or Chanukah.I have no...

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A Christmas Savoury

In Klondike days, the oldtimers would have used canned spinach to make this quiche. Today, we have the luxury of being able to buy fresh spinach in the middle of a Yukon winter … how times have changed.This is a lovely and...

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