The holiday season is alive with tradition, and nothing brings a family together faster than baked goods pulled fresh from the oven. Holiday Baking celebrates the six major events of the season with new and traditional holiday treats everyone will love. Vida Lee's Maple Pumpkin Pie will be gobbled up at Thanksgiving; there are three variations of rugelach for Hanukkah; Candy Cane Cupcakes are a minty delight for Christmas; Sweet Onion, Apple, and Cheese Tarts enliven a Boxing Day brunch; Brown Sugar Benne Cookies are perfect for Kwanzaa; and a Bloody Mary and Baked Mushroom Omelet on New Year's Day is the ultimate cure for a hangover. The recipes mix and match easily, whatever the holiday. Whether the plan calls for old-fashioned favorites or entirely new inspiration, the eighty-plus festive recipes in this baking compendium will bring everyone home for the holidays.New and Traditional Recipes for Wintertime Holidays Sara Perry ... with Orange Marmalade and Almonds, 57-59 Petite French Almond Cakes with Champagne, 143-44 Saint Luciaa#39;s Saffron Crown, ... Hot Chocolate Popovers, 88 aquot;Leta#39;s Make a Dreidelaquot; Chocolate Cake, 68-69 Midnight Cowboy Chocolate Chip Cookies, 145 anbsp;...
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