Jones Payne Cooks!
Southern Chicken Casserole
Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake with Bailey's Cream Cheese Icing
Mocha Espresso Wafers
Christmas Breakfast Casserole
Spiced Vegetable Soup
Toasted Almond Fig Cranberry Sauce
Dark Chocolate Tart with Gingersnap Crust
Layered Mexican Dip
Polish KolaczkiThis is a family recipe passed down from my great grandmother. Every year at Christmas, we share these with friends and family. You can make your own jam filling or use jam in a jar from the store. Hard to mess these up. They are packed with buttery goodness! Submitted by: "Jean Lesicka"
Southern Chicken CasseroleWhile living in Georgia, my stepmother made this dish all of the time. I love it so much that I ask for it every birthday! Submitted by: "Sarah Molloy"
Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake with Bailey's Cream Cheese IcingRich chocolate cake with light, boozy icing Submitted by: "Joanna Norris"
Mocha Espresso WafersWhile there are a lot of steps to the recipe, it is not hard. It is my family's favorite Christmas cookie and the first one we run out of at holiday time. Submitted by: "Diane Carter"
Christmas Breakfast CasseroleThis is the perfect egg casserole for Christmas morning because it is easy to make, feeds a crowd, and everyone loves it! And, it has bacon. Submitted by: "Marcie"
Spiced Vegetable SoupThe great thing about this recipe is that it's so adaptable; you can use whatever veggies you have, swap the chickpeas for the bean of your choice, make it more or less spicy, etc. Some suggestions: -Serve with toasted bread -Top with shaved parmesan cheese, hot sauce of choice (Frank's is my preference for this!) -Put a handful of frozen spinach in the bottom of your bowl before serving; it cools the soup down while adding even more flavor & texture **I usually double the recipe, but be wary of wanting to use up all of each vegetable just because you have them...see picture. This is my modified version of the recipe 'Gypsy Soup' from "Moosewood Cookbook" by Mollie Katzen. I highly recommend you pick up a copy - all vegetarian recipes! Submitted by: "Brianna Whiteman"
Toasted Almond Fig Cranberry SauceI have tried MANY variations of cranberry sauce, and this is my favorite recipe. I live in the heart of Massachusetts cranberry country and even grow them in my backyard. This sauce is very rich and tasty. You can use it traditionally with turkey dinner, or on top of butternut squash soup, on waffles & pancakes, as a jam on toast. There are a million uses for cranberry sauce. The fig preserves can be swapped for your favorite preserves. Submitted by: "Nadia Melim"
Dark Chocolate Tart with Gingersnap CrustThis dessert is next level, you will be praised. Dark chocolate and ginger with a bite of black pepper is an amazingly good combo and will likely convert even the most suspect. It's a beautiful presentation and easy to achieve, plus the recipe is simple and quick to make. Use good quality chocolate and can substitute light cream for heavy cream (both are equally good). Submitted by: "Christina Mastrantonio"
Layered Mexican DipThis Mexican dip is a "must bring" to my large family gatherings. It can be hard to stop eating, even though it is very filling. Submitted by: "Eric Raboin"
Shepard's PieIt takes a bit of time but overall is quite easy to make. Submitted by: "Eric J Raboin"
SpringerleThis is one of our go to cookies each year. It is a process to make, but the effort is work it! These cookies date back to the 1600's! They are made in our Bavaria, Alsace area of France and Switzerland. Order your molds from Fancy Flours. You can get your Hartshorn their as well. - https://www.houseonthehill.net/ We use Holiday Delights mold made by House on the Hill...one stamp, 6 cookies styles. We also prefer the smaller cookie this stamp makes. Gutes backen! Submitted by: "John Hansen"
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The Jones Payne Group, Inc. is a multi-disciplinary firm consisting of architects, project managers, construction managers, planners, community specialists, and information technology experts. We specialize in 3 core service areas: (1) noise mitigation, (2) architecture and (3) information management. But we're not just coworkers; we are family. And families like to eat. Here are some of our favorite recipes from the Jones Payne foodies!