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I think pinkies must be envious of their opposable neighbors four digits down. Let’s face it. Thumbs get all the action. With thumb sucking, thumbs-ups, sticking out like a sore thumb, hitching a ride by way of thumb, being all thumbs if you’re clumsy and holiday cookies called thumbprints, it’s clear there is a prejudice. So I’m here to start the equal rights for pinkies movement by introducing my Plum Lemon Pinkyprints. They are now a hands-down favorite with my son and husband!
Published in Desserts
Allergy-friendly version of these holiday cookie platter favorites!
Published in Desserts
These chocolate and vanilla marble cookies are chewy and soft, and sprinkled with a just pinch of sea salt.
Published in Desserts
Growing up, I split my time between Colorado & New Mexico. These Biscochitos are a traditional New Mexican sugar cookie. Every year we'd find them tucked into brightly colored Christmas tins under the tree at my grandmother's house.
Published in Desserts
Great for kids! Excellent as a side dish for the holidays!
Published in Salads & Sides
The story goes that my mother - being of Yankee heritage - was required to learn how to make this recipe before her mother-in-law would allowed her to marry into her proud German line!
Published in Salads & Sides
Stuffing or hash, this sweet potato side is celiac safe, allergen-free, and the kids just may think it's dessert!
Published in Salads & Sides
The Christmas Cake is *the* food of the holidays in Australia, and we could always be guaranteed to have one on the table for Christmas dinner. We know it is the brunt of many a joke in the U.S., but made right this cake can be a moist, delicious treat that the whole family can enjoy! We’ve modified mum’s favorite recipe to be completely free of gluten, dairy, soy and corn.
Published in Desserts
A true taste of the south!
Published in Main Courses
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