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Peanut soup. Actually, you could use any kind of nut butter for this one.

1 medium onion, chopped
Oil
32 oz. chicken stock
Jar of peanut butter, creamy or chunky
Sour cream

Sauté onion in a bit of oil (peanut would be nice) until soft. Add stock and heat to boiling. Remove from heat and stir in peanut butter, until it's a thick, creamy texture. Amount may vary according to your tastes.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream on top.

Recipe source: Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant, Mount Vernon, Virginia


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Here is a recipe for my mom's Cranberry Jello:
6oz Cherry Jello
1 tsp unflavored gelatin
2 cups boiling water
1 can whole cranberry sauce
1 large can (15oz sounds right) crushed pineapple and the juice with it

This can be made in a semi fancy mold like a bunt cake mold and it makes a nice presentation. All of our family loves it! Super Easy


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Vintage465 wrote:

Here is a recipe for my mom's Cranberry Jello:
6oz Cherry Jello
1 tsp unflavored gelatin
2 cups boiling water
1 can whole cranberry sauce
1 large can (15oz sounds right) crushed pineapple and the juice with it

This can be made in a semi fancy mold like a bunt cake mold and it makes a nice presentation. All of our family loves it! Super Easy

The regular size can of pineapple is 20 oz.


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guidry wrote:

When it’s cold it’s gumbo time!

Do you happen to have a good gumbo recipe?


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We eat tamales on Christmas Eve.

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Super_Dave wrote:

Vintage465 wrote:

Here is a recipe for my mom's Cranberry Jello:
6oz Cherry Jello
1 tsp unflavored gelatin
2 cups boiling water
1 can whole cranberry sauce
1 large can (15oz sounds right) crushed pineapple and the juice with it

This can be made in a semi fancy mold like a bunt cake mold and it makes a nice presentation. All of our family loves it! Super Easy

The regular size can of pineapple is 20 oz.


Yup, it's gonna be the 20oz one. My wife just wrote "Large". Her eyes only

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1 stick butter
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk
1/3 cup cocoa powder
2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 cup shredded coconut or chopped nuts
3 cups quick cooking oats

Melt butter in large saucepan. Add sugar, milk and cocoa. Bring to boil and cook one minute. Remove from heat and add vanilla and peanut butter, coconut or nuts. Add oats one cup at a time, coating thoroughly.

Immediately drop by Tbsp onto waxed paper or a silicon baking sheet. Let cool and dry.

Peanut butter can be crunchy or smooth, as preferred. You can also substitute Nutella for the cocoa, peanut butter and nuts, and Splenda for the sugar.

Do not try to make these on a humid day. They will not dry.

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For me it's milk...
sometimes i make with sesame seeds and honey! [emoticon]
Sesame milk recipe
Really good

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for us its a traditional turkey dinner, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, corn salad bread the works. A spiral ham too if we get enough people.


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I grew up on home grown goose for Christmas but my kids don’t care for it so we’ve done prime rib.

From here on - it will be 2-3 kinds of soup because we get them married and then they show up whenever. Dessert will never change - rice pudding with an almond hidden in one dish. The “lucky one” gets a small gift (maybe an ornament with the year on it. ).

I bake 3 things, my limit. 2 are old, 1 is something new. Add candies wrapped in red, green, silver - it’s enough.

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