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Butternut Squash Cake by Debra Sennefelder

When I set out to write Kelly Quinn and her series, The Resale Boutique Mysteries, I knew the twenty-something fashionista wasn’t a cook. While living in the city, she was far more apt to stop at the diner across from... Continue Reading →

Original Fantasy Fudge by Krista Davis

When I was growing up, a neighbor always made this fudge for Christmas. She insisted that it came off the back of a marshmallow creme jar. That neighbor has passed on now, so I tried the recipe on the back of... Continue Reading →

Florentine Cookies by Krista Davis

It wouldn’t be Christmas without Florentine cookies in my household. If you hate dried fruit or chocolate, then they are not for you! But if you love the richness of chocolate with the chewiness of dried fruit (think dried cherries,... Continue Reading →

When Cookies Are More Than Just Cookies by Alexis Morgan

  One of my favorite parts of starting a new series is figuring out what drives the characters to do what they do. As I went through the process of getting to know Abby McCree, the main character in my... Continue Reading →

My Corny Holiday Tradition by Mary Lee Ashford

  Because our holiday get-togethers can be a little too big for anyone’s dinner table – there are often 40-45 people – we tend to go for a very non-traditional everyone-bring-something holiday meal. Last year we had around forty family... Continue Reading →

Christmas Cheesecake from Lindsay McKenna

This is a dessert I make every Christmas Eve for my family. It’s simple and easy to whip up. This is a dessert we eat after dinner. Unlike other folks, we’ve always opened Christmas gifts on the night of the... Continue Reading →

Ginny’s Spice Bars by Linda Reilly

One of the things I love most about the holidays are all the delectable recipes people share with me. While I’m not the best cook, or baker, I occasionally land on a favorite that entices me to pull out the... Continue Reading →

My Corny Holiday Tradition by Mary Lee Ashford

Because our holiday get-togethers can be a little too big for anyone’s dinner table – there are often 40-45 people – we tend to go for a very non-traditional everyone-bring-something holiday meal. Last year we had around forty family members,... Continue Reading →

Pierogi Bring Poland to the Christmas Table by Bethany Blake

Although my father was of Hungarian descent, Eastern European traditions, including foods, were not part of our holiday celebrations. We ate ham and turkey and green bean casserole in December. The stuff on tables in Norman Rockwell paintings. My husband’s... Continue Reading →

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