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For years, Yvette van Boven has been writing Christmas recipes for newspapers and magazines. As someone who loves the holidays, she’s never short of ideas for celebrations and finally decided that now is the perfect time to publish them in a cookbook: Home Made Christmas. The holidays can be overwhelming, but Yvette shows you how to make them easier with her “make ahead” recipes, giving you time to enjoy your company when they arrive. Home Made Christmas includes more than 100 recipes for the holidays (organized by Prepare Ahead and To Finish It Off) that are all easy to make and delicious. With her step-by-step recipes, you’ll know exactly what to do and when. Yvette even provides menu ideas to make all your planning easier. Whether you’re celebrating your first Christmas with the love of your life or cooking for your entire family, this cookbook makes sure you’re fully prepared to entertain your holiday guests with a delicious, satisfying meal.
Making something with your own hands—whether it's a plate of just-baked cookies, a handcrafted stocking, a homemade wreath, or a hand-folded origami ornament—is a great way to connect with the true meaning of Christmas. From holiday decorating to gift giving, A Homemade Christmas is chock-full of projects, recipes, tips, and helpful hints that are guaranteed to add a homemade touch to your holiday season. Open this charming volume to any page and discover a wealth of practical and easy-to-accomplish ideas for a homemade holiday: • create personal, distinctive holiday greetings • deck the halls with festive, handmade trimmings • cook simple but memorable homemade dishes • make unique, handcrafted gifts • share the joy of the season with friends and family Packed with inspiration and how-tos for ideas that are family-friendly and eco-conscious, festive and meaningful, A Homemade Christmas will put homemade back into your holidays!
This latest Christmas book from Gooseberry Patch gives readers ideas for homemade holiday decorations, Christmas crafts and edible gifts with packaging suggestions - plus, an additional 40 pages of traceable shapes and designs at the end of the book. And what better way to celebrate the holidays than with delicious, heartwarming dishes from the Gooseberry Patch community of home cooks? Have Yourself a Homemade Christmas is also packed with recipes for comforting casseroles, party pleasers and family gatherings. Gooseberry Patch fans will enjoy the signature illustrations and large, colorful images throughout the book. With Vickie and Jo Ann's tips and tricks throughout the book, this colorful, well-illustrated book appeals to the entire family, emphasizing the best gifts, decorations and holiday meals. Have Yourself a Homemade Christmas includes everything you'll ever need to enjoy a homestyle Christmas: Fun ideas for crafts and recipes that bring together the entire family and encourage creativity. Simple ideas for thoughtful gifts along with easy-to-follow instructions - plus many ideas use objects and ingredients you might already have at home. Traceable shapes, designs and cut-out labels are often included with craft and gift ideas. Holiday recipes for every occasion: Edible gifts for friends and family, plus packaging ideas, hassle-free recipes and simple, comforting casseroles, holiday party favorites, and Classic Christmas dinner dishes and desserts Colorful photos and images bring to life the ideas and recipes in the book and will inspire and excite readers
Grandma's gingerbread cookies cooling on the counter, an old-fashioned popcorn & cranberry garland on the tree and gifts made by hand, from the heart...sounds like a Homemade Christmas is on its way! Filled with scrumptious recipes that'll make holidays to remember, our new book is a festive must-have. Simple yet impressive dishes for your gatherings, celebrations and special family meals...we've got you covered with recipes like Nan's cinnamon rolls, savory sausage balls, ham & cheese quiche, holiday pork loin and red velvet Christmas cake. Great gifts from the kitchen are also included as well as plenty inspiring tips and ideas for celebrating with family & friends!
Sharon Hunt, a freelance writer and a retireed from a Historically Black College and Universities(HBCUs), writes cookbooks and children books. In her books, she includes learning scenarios for children as well as adults. For her children books, she introduces ideas about subject- matter centered around their learning environment. For her cookbooks, most of her work is about Georgia and African-American history. The recipes represent different regions of Georgia and celebrate the foods and metods of preparation from each region. Her most famous cookbook -Bread from Heaven, has sold in the thousands, and she sold many of this cookbook when she appeared three times on the QVC Home Shopping Network. Ms. Hunt created the original recipe for the World Largest Peach Cobbler in Peach County-Fort Valley, Georgia.
This true story was a Christmas tradition Dad added to our family before I had a choice. My sister and I were sent to bed early on Christmas Eve. My parents longed to create a morning full of surprise and delight which included putting the tree up after we were in bed. When I was eleven years old, I began to wonder why we didnt have our tree much sooner like all my friends. That Christmas Eve, Dad invited me to help him hunt down the perfect tree. We visited several tree lots by 10 oclock. It turned out this task was not as easy as I thought. I was surprised the lots were either closed or were still asking full price for their trees. At that point, I remembered the many treasures I had found in the YMCA dumpster. Dad finally agreed to go check it out. We were excited to find the dumpster overflowing with fresh garland from a Christmas party. I began to imagine how fun it would be to make our tree that year. We used the fresh garland, a floor lamp and wire hangers to create the most perfect homemade Christmas tree.

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