The W@H HVE Holiday Traditions Cookbook
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The [email protected] HVE Holiday Traditions Cookbook


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Emily M's Orange Cranberry Sauce
 
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Lorine S's Pumpkin Spice Earthquake Cake
 
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Racquel D's Cranberry Brie Bombs
 
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Jim P's Family Regulator
 
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Ayesha T's Curried Goat
 
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Diana G's Broccoli Rice Casserole
 
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Jen H's Ham Broccoli Casserole
 
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Jillian L's Healthy Family
 
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Dawn A's Brussel Sprouts Gratin with Bacon and Gruyere
 
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John M's Broccoli Casserole
 
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Terri R's Sweet Potato Casserole
 
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Jonetta H's Pasta Salad
 
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Bridget R's Super Simple Fudge Brownies
 
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Zipporah H's Sorrel and Ginger Drink
 
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Zipporah H's Guyanese Pepperpot
 
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Sheena T's Candied Yams
 
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Cynthia W's Great Aunt Velma's Country Style Corn Pudding
 
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Betty S's Old Fashioned Glorified Rice
 
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Natasha M's Sweet Potato Pie
 
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Barbara S's Easy Baked Mac and Cheese
 
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John M's Turkey Brine
 
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Terri R's Greek Traditional Turkey with Chestnut and Pine Nut Stuffing
 
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Menya M's Shrimp and Scallop Lasagna
 
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Deanna B's Brown Sugar and Pineapple Glazed Ham
 



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Emily M's Orange Cranberry Sauce
Tips When zesting your orange you can use a vegetable peeler if you keep the peel shallow and remove as much white from the peeling as possible. The white rind adds a bitter taste to the zest.

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Lorine S's Pumpkin Spice Earthquake Cake
Tips When using your knife to swirl the cream cheese mixture, swirl in one long continuous motion.

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Racquel D's Cranberry Brie Bombs
Tips In a pinch, you can use a drinking glass as a rolling pin.

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Jim P's Family Regulator
Family members may be closer than they appear.

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Ayesha T's Curried Goat
Tips Potatoes will brown if left uncovered after being diced. This can be stopped by covering diced potatoes with water in a bowl and placing them in the fridge until needed.

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Diana G's Broccoli Rice Casserole
Tips When seasoning to taste remember that you can always add more, but it’s very tough to take it out.

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Jen H's Ham Broccoli Casserole
I love this recipe because you can use whatever shredded cheese, meat, and veggies that you like. We add thin sliced tomatoes on top.

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Jillian L's Healthy Family
Tips Hugs and comfy pajamas are two of the best feelings ever.

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Dawn A's Brussel Sprouts Gratin with Bacon and Gruyere
Tips Burnt smells stick around for ages! Watch that cheese brown in person when broiling.

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John M's Broccoli Casserole
Tips It does not need to be cooked. All ingredients are cooked ahead of time you just need to melt the cheese or warm the stuffing.

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Terri R's Sweet Potato Casserole
Vitamins, minerals and marshmallows, what's not to love?

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Jonetta H's Pasta Salad
Tips *IF you want to take it up a notch, add 1 lb of Lump Crab Meat and/or Cooked Peeled Shrimps (without tails) seasoned with Old Bay™.

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Bridget R's Super Simple Fudge Brownies
Tips It’s best to taste test before sharing with family and friends. You may find out that another batch is needed if anyone else wants some.

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Zipporah H's Sorrel and Ginger Drink
Guyanese family traditional drink. This drink is known throughout many many cultures. There are many variations of flavors and spices. This drink we always have with our pepper pot as well during Christmas with my extended family.

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Zipporah H's Guyanese Pepperpot
Tips Served with bread or rolls. We have a few ways we make it, because it can include several different meats. Some will use just one meat like goat, but you can use several or just one. (oxtails , goat, beef, pork, lamb etc...) There are so many different versions of pepper pot.

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Sheena T's Candied Yams
Tips Never walk away from food under the broiler while it’s on, golden brown comes along slow and goes fast- leaving burnt stuff behind.

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Cynthia W's Great Aunt Velma's Country Style Corn Pudding
Tips This can also be cooked in a 9/13’ baking dish instead. This recipe doubles nicely if you have a big crowd coming to dinner!

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Betty S's Old Fashioned Glorified Rice
Tips This recipe is best served soon after you combine the ingredients together. It will thicken up as it sits. We like it best served right away, when it is not as thick.

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Natasha M's Sweet Potato Pie
Tips Sweet potatoes and Yams are loaded with beta carotene. Eat a couple slices and get those vitamins!

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Barbara S's Easy Baked Mac and Cheese
Tips Feel free to experiment with combinations of your favorite cheeses.

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John M's Turkey Brine
Tips I put all my spices into a stainless steel mesh tea ball or a cloth bag to keep the fine grit from floating into the turkey.

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Terri R's Greek Traditional Turkey with Chestnut and Pine Nut Stuffing
Tips Don't guesstimate the internal temperatures of meat! Get a thermometer!

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Menya M's Shrimp and Scallop Lasagna
Tips Any uncooked lasagna noodles can be stored in an airtight container for later usage.

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Deanna B's Brown Sugar and Pineapple Glazed Ham
Tips Work carefully because the glaze will be sticky and hot.

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