Christmas with Southern Living 2014: Our Best Guide to Holiday & Decorating Hardcover – Sep 2 2014
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For nearly 50 years, Southern Living magazine has delivered definitive Southern food, decorating, and entertaining ideas to its readers, making it one of the most trusted sources in the country that reaches over 15 million readers monthly. With the magazine's special Holiday Cookbook section each November, the Christmas bonus section each December, plus heavy holiday emphasis throughout the main magazine, Southern Living has also come to be known as a Christmas expert.
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This book should be purchased by those who LOVE SOUTHERN LIVING AND LOVE UNIQUE RECIPES BY THEM THAT YOU CAN NOT FIND ANYWHERE ELSE. Also, the recipes in this edition definitely get you into the holiday, Christmas season. And, there are plenty of beautiful photos of many of the recipes in this book. All in all it's a nice edition. I also suggest checking out Southern Living's other Christmas book that they came out with this year. It's called "Southern Living Christmas All Through The South: Joyful Memories, Timeless Moments, Enduring Traditions." You can get it here on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Southern-Living-Christmas-Through-South/dp/0848742567/ref=pd_sim_b_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=09E9XYB0DX2J29YEXF7X . This other book by Southern Living is all about Christmas and has lovely menus with actual recipes. Check out this other book as well.
Several recipes stood out immediately: the sorghum-apple stack cake, the turkey potato soup with coriander, sweet onions and Northern beans, the smoked chicken buttermilk biscuit sliders, and the shaved Brussels sprouts salad. All of them looked easy enough to make or to adapt. These I listed are just a few of the many that looked satisfying.
This edition also features some yummy-looking drinks like the pear-basil sipper and pecan milk punch.
Finally, there is a section called Bars and Brownies. This is a small four page section with side by side brownie recipes, each recipe headed by a picture. There are peppermint-marshmallow, salted English toffee, peanut butter, triple chocolate, bourbon-pecan, caramel-mocha-almond, tiramisu and macadamia turtle bars.
I haven't tried any of the recipes, I buy these books for entertainment. However I really think I'm going to attempt the shaved Brussels sprouts salad. The Brussels sprouts are complimented by pear, walnuts and Parmesan cheese. Delicious!
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