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Spiced NutsWhen roasted in hot oven with egg white, sugar and spices, mixed nuts become super crunchy and nice golden. They’re healthy alternative to the salted nuts when the snacking cravings hit. Keep these spiced and crispy nuts on hand for snacking, salads or for the stir-fries.
Berry Nice GooseThis recipe has the impressive presentation and succulent flavors that shine on your Christmas buffet. If you are looking for easy recipes for beginners and want to amaze others with something quick, simple yet marvelous then this recipe is for you. Garnish the serving platter with citrus wedges, roasted carrots, onion and celery.
Wild Rice StuffingWild rice stuffing is a wonderful variation from the more traditional bread stuffing. This delicious recipe, best for a Christmas dinner, uses vegetables rather than pork and skips butter or cream to cut on the fat calories. This easy recipe is sure to become a favorite side on your Christmas buffet.
Golden Potatoes Roasted In Goose FatRoasting the par boiled potato halves with smoking hot goose fat gives them a deliciously rich flavor that is irresistible to everyone attending your Christmas dinner party. Make-ahead tip: melt the goose fat in preheated oven, coat the partially boiled potatoes with the fat on a roasting tray and cover the tray with plastic wrap. Refrigerate and then bring to room temperature when you’re ready to roast. Serve these delicious potatoes with roasted goose.
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This year, Eastern Orthodox Easter will be celebrated on Sunday, April 8th. It is the highlight of the Eastern church calendar, which ends the Lenten Fast. Everyone gathers with friends and family for sumptuous feasts, which usually includes a lamb dish. For dessert, Orthodox families share a sweet Paskha bread cake, baked with dyed Easter eggs. Consider some of these easy recipes for an Orthodox Easter brunch.