Tag: christmas

Icebox Butterhorns {Homemade Crescents}

What exactly is an icebox butterhorn? Do you have any idea, because I don’t. I just saw these in the October/November 2012 edition of Taste of Home magazine and thought they’d be the perfect cute little rolls to serve with dinner one night. I don’t want to admit how long […]

Creamed Spinach

If you would have told me 10 years ago I’ve voluntarily make creamed spinach and like it, I’d have laughed at you for a really long time. It took me until my early twenties to even eat spinach leaves and cooked spinach was still completely out of the question. I […]

Glazed Carrots

I’m not really a fan of cooked carrots. I never have been. I’d much prefer to eat carrots in their raw state than ever eat them cooked. Glazed carrots are a pretty common recipe made for Thanksgiving and Christmas so I finally decided to bite the bullet and try them […]

Prosciutto Pear Cups

Happy New Years Eve! Are you hosting or attending a party tonight and still in need of something to bring? These tasty little bites would be the perfect appetizers since they barely take any time at all to whip up and can be served warm or at room temperature. Prosciutto […]

Eggnog Bread

What does eggnog taste like? I’ve never been brave enough yet to try it. I think I’ve mentioned my word association issues with you before and this is just another example of something I can’t eat/drink because of its name. I can’t help but picture eggnog tasting like scrambled eggs […]

Brown Sugar and Mountain Dew Ham

Sometime way before I started this blog, I was tired of making chicken for dinner and picked up a precooked ham one evening. I had no idea how I was going to make it until I started looking around in the pantry and my eyes landed on brown sugar and […]

Sangria Ham

I know its a bit late to post something that could be made on Christmas, but I’m still trying to catch up on all of the recipes I’d like to blog. The first time I made a ham for Christmas I saw a recipe that used sangria and thought that […]