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  1. #1
    gloria.p Guest

    Default Holiday gifts from the kitchen


    After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee Magazine
    that has an article with recipes for food gifts. I won't type all the
    recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an index:


    Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti

    Tarragon-Shallot Vinegar

    Rosemary-Garlic Croutons

    Chocolate Truffles

    Hot Chocolate Mix with Marshmallows
    Homemade Mini Marshmallows

    Maple Granola

    Orange Marmalade

    Lemon Curd

    Julie Sahini's Cranberry Chutney

    Poupon Mustard



    gloria p

  2. #2
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen

    In article <i9tbil$ft4$[email protected]>,
    "gloria.p" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee Magazine
    > that has an article with recipes for food gifts. I won't type all the
    > recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an index:
    >
    >
    > Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti
    >
    > Tarragon-Shallot Vinegar
    >
    > Rosemary-Garlic Croutons
    >
    > Chocolate Truffles
    >
    > Hot Chocolate Mix with Marshmallows
    > Homemade Mini Marshmallows
    >
    > Maple Granola
    >
    > Orange Marmalade
    >
    > Lemon Curd
    >
    > Julie Sahini's Cranberry Chutney
    >
    > Poupon Mustard
    >
    >
    >
    > gloria p


    Hmmmm... This gets me thinking along the lines of Limoncello!
    Or Brandied Fruit again.

    For the Chiro's office, they will get another basket this year with jars
    of Jam and mini-bread loaves. :-)
    Included for drinks will be Martinelli's sparkling cider...
    --
    Peace! Om

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    Aussie Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen

    "gloria.p" <[email protected]> wrote in news:i9tbil$ft4$1@news.eternal-
    september.org:

    >
    > After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee Magazine
    > that has an article with recipes for food gifts. I won't type all the
    > recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an index:
    >


    >
    > Chocolate Truffles



    That reminds me........ about 3 years ago (IIRC) I did a whole bunch of
    different tasting Truffles. Might have to resurrect all the recipes and do
    it again.



    >
    > Lemon Curd
    >



    Hmmmmmmmmm, quite a few people I know like lemony things, and I was just
    thinking that I could use the lemon mix I use for the Lemon Tart I make.,
    and just put it in a jar instead of a pastry case....... Hmmmmmmmmm.

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/16046/lemon+tart



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Hobart
    Tasmania

    If riding in an airplane is flying, then riding in a boat is swimming..If
    you want to experience the element, get out of the vehicle !

  4. #4
    Serene Vannoy Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen

    On 10/22/2010 05:51 PM, gloria.p wrote:
    >
    > After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee Magazine
    > that has an article with recipes for food gifts. I won't type all the
    > recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an index:
    >
    >
    > Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti
    >
    > Tarragon-Shallot Vinegar
    >
    > Rosemary-Garlic Croutons
    >
    > Chocolate Truffles
    >
    > Hot Chocolate Mix with Marshmallows
    > Homemade Mini Marshmallows
    >
    > Maple Granola
    >
    > Orange Marmalade
    >
    > Lemon Curd
    >
    > Julie Sahini's Cranberry Chutney
    >
    > Poupon Mustard


    Thanks! I have to say that when Charlotte brings over truffles and/or
    lemon curd, it's always appreciated. :-)

    Serene

    --
    http://www.momfoodproject.com
    New post: Creamed Chipped Beef (no shingle)

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    NanaJenn Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen


    gloria.p;1540466 Wrote:
    > After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee Magazine
    > that has an article with recipes for food gifts. I won't type all the
    > recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an
    > index:
    >
    >
    > Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti
    >
    > Tarragon-Shallot Vinegar
    >
    > Rosemary-Garlic Croutons
    >
    > Chocolate Truffles
    >
    > Hot Chocolate Mix with Marshmallows
    > Homemade Mini Marshmallows
    >
    > Maple Granola
    >
    > Orange Marmalade
    >
    > Lemon Curd
    >
    > Julie Sahini's Cranberry Chutney
    >
    > Poupon Mustard
    >
    >
    >
    > gloria p




    Hi Gloria,

    I have often made food gifts for holidays and birthdays. I think this
    year I'm going to do gifts in jars. Cookies, bean soups and such.

    NanaJenn




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    NanaJenn

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    jayarr Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen


    Great recipes. I appreciate the kind of sharing those mentioned stuff of
    ideas here . Nothing makes a gift more personal than taking the time to
    choose something suited specifically for the recipient. What could be
    more pleasing to show your sentiment than a gift from the kitchen? Your
    kitchen gift doesn't necessarily have to be a huge time investment.
    Thanks for the great idea.




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    jayarr

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    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen

    On Oct 22, 8:51*pm, Aussie <Aus...@home.upstairs.in.brissie.aus>
    wrote:
    > "gloria.p" <gpues...@comcast.net> wrote innews:i9tbil$ft4$1@news.eternal-
    > september.org:
    >
    >
    >
    > > After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee Magazine
    > > that has an article with recipes for food gifts. *I won't type all the
    > > recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an index:

    >
    > > Chocolate Truffles

    >
    > That reminds me........ about 3 years ago (IIRC) I did a whole bunch of
    > different tasting Truffles. Might have to resurrect all the recipes and do
    > it again.
    >
    >
    >
    > > Lemon Curd

    >
    > Hmmmmmmmmm, quite a few people I know like lemony things, and I was just
    > thinking that I could use the lemon mix I use for the Lemon Tart I make.,
    > and just put it in a jar instead of a pastry case....... Hmmmmmmmmm.
    >
    > http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/16046/lemon+tart
    >
    > --
    > Peter Lucas * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    > Hobart
    > Tasmania


    The lemon curd/tart filling should be refrigerated, no? (Along with
    some other items on the OP's list.)

    N.

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    Aussie Guest

    Default Re: Holiday gifts from the kitchen

    Nancy2 <[email protected]> wrote in news:2759fa5f-8c3a-447f-acd2-
    1a5d0be8c3fc@r21g20[email protected]:

    > On Oct 22, 8:51*pm, Aussie <Aus...@home.upstairs.in.brissie.aus>
    > wrote:
    >> "gloria.p" <gpues...@comcast.net> wrote innews:i9tbil$ft4$1

    @news.eternal-
    >> september.org:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> > After reading the thread here, I just received the new Yankee

    Magazine
    >> > that has an article with recipes for food gifts. *I won't type all th

    > e
    >> > recipes, you can buy the magazine of you want them, but here's an

    index
    >:
    >>
    >> > Chocolate Truffles

    >>
    >> That reminds me........ about 3 years ago (IIRC) I did a whole bunch of
    >> different tasting Truffles. Might have to resurrect all the recipes and

    d
    > o
    >> it again.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> > Lemon Curd

    >>
    >> Hmmmmmmmmm, quite a few people I know like lemony things, and I was

    just
    >> thinking that I could use the lemon mix I use for the Lemon Tart I

    make.,
    >> and just put it in a jar instead of a pastry case....... Hmmmmmmmmm.
    >>
    >> http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/16046/lemon+tart


    >
    > The lemon curd/tart filling should be refrigerated, no? (Along with
    > some other items on the OP's list.)
    >



    The tart with its filling *should* be refrigerated, but can survive for
    quite some time outside the fridge.

    The curd in a jar .... samesame. The jarred stuff will keep for up to a
    month (or more) in the fridge.

    As for the other items, the truffles definitely need a fridge, especially
    if it's warm, as it is during our Christmas.



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Hobart
    Tasmania

    If riding in an airplane is flying, then riding in a boat is swimming..If
    you want to experience the element, get out of the vehicle !

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