Enjoy these favorite family recipes from your CBN.com family.
Monday, February 09, 2009
The first time I made this was for our Red Hat wine and cheese tasting party. Unfortunately, there was only 3 Red Hats and 2 husbands. There was certainly enough food for us.
Monday, January 19, 2009
This recipe everyone wants and sure to like because it is simple, quick ,and inezpensive. Mst of all delicious and the ham and green onion bring out the red and green so it looks festive. I would take it to our Sunday School party and work, and it was always a big hit.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Serve this "cheese" cake with crackers, bread rounds, or French bread slices. You are sure to love this spread.
Here in the New Orleans the Italian stuffed artichoke is a favorite during the holidays. This savory cheesecake spread has all those wonderful flavors in an easy and beautiful presentation for a party appetizer. Just serve with a basket of toasted thin slices of french bread or assorted crackers. Stand back and wait for the compliments.
In New Orleans, we always serve cream cheese with hot pepper jelly. Some friends served this variation at a Christmas party and no one could figure out what it was. We passed a bowl around and collected money from everyone, gave her the money and then she divulged her secret. It was a lot of fun.
Spice up your nut bowl this Christmas by adding a little spice to it!
My husband and friends love my cinnamon toast chicken in the morning with eggs.
Crab Dip is a must at all of our holiday family gatherings. I make it ahead of time so it is a treat for the cooks while we bake at Christmas family bake night or cook Thanksgiving dinner.
I serve this every Christmas Eve when we get together for singing, food, and playing games until midnight. It has become a tradition that none of the family will let me forget to make because it is soooooo yummy and rich!
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
It is one thing that my kids, all 8 of them, liked so I made it often.
Look for a sugar-free recipe for your next party? Check out this appetizer for those guests who cannot have sugar.
I always serve it during family holiday gatherings. It's always a big hit in the flavor and presentation departments.
Having a Christmas party this season? Then, add this delicious dip to your appetizer menu. Your guests will love you for it.
Here is a fabulous recipe to go with your favorite crackers. We often have it Christmas Eve with the family. Yummy Good !