Recipe from Carolyn Christiansen Recipe from Loyless Harris Recipe from Danielle Barrom of Escondido, Calif. Serves 8-10 Ingredients: 2 qts lemon-lime soda 2 pints lime sherbet 1 qt ginger ale 1 large can lemonade Directions: Combine 1 qt soda, ginger ale and lemonade. Add sherbet and stir until melted. A colorful punch bowl can be the centerpiece of your New Year's Eve celebration. A colorful punch bowl can be the centerpiece of your New Year's Eve celebration. ½ c butter 1 c onion, diced 1 c celery, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 16 c herb stuffing mix (not instant – use the bags of stuffing) OR substitute 16 c of cubed, stale French bread 1 tsp each Recipe from Peggy Bryan of Tennessee 2 T butter 1 ½ c onion, diced 1 c green bell pepper, diced ½ c celery, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 16 c herb stuffing mix (okay to substitute cubed, stale bread) ½ c water 1 T dried parsley 1 Recipe from Sandra Freeman of Alabama From Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar Recipe from Flemings Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar in Madison, Wis. Recipe from the National Turkey Federation Recipe from Janet Trent of Sanford, N.C. 1 cup butter or margarine, softened 1-1/2 cups sugar 2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup powdered Cocoa 1/2 teaspoon salt (1) 10-oz. pkg. Hershey's kisses In Recipe from Wanda Dixon of Tennessee Recipe from Joyce Guffey of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Recipe from Cori Loughman of Greenfield, Ind. Recipe from Carolyn Davis of Pride, La. Recipe from Jose Manuel Garcia This simple recipe is simply the best! Recipe from Beth Price of Ga. Recipe from Janice Morris of Calif. Recipe from Bernice Bedard in Oshkosh, Wis. Recipe from Tiffany Painter of Maxwell, Iowa. Recipe from Georgene Trewatha of Campbell, Mo. Recipe from Randy Seratte of Skiatook, Okla. With Thanksgiving only a week away it's time to get out the recipes and start preparing for the big day! It's summertime, and though we all may "scream for ice cream", our waistlines are begging us to lighten up. Recipe from Ruth Murchison of Tenn. In Victorian times, goose was the bird to serve at the Christmas table. If you'd like to revive that tradition, here's a recipe for roast goose with fruit stuffing. If you're not game to try goose, sample the Christmas menu of viewer-submitted recipes below. Recipe from Derry Breeden from Sevierville, Tenn. Recipe from Nell Maruscsak of Miss. Recipe from Robyn Amos of Mocksville, N.C. The holidays are not complete with Eggnog. So, rather than only listing one eggnog recipe we thought we would provide you a few options depending on your taste. This holiday season, make eggnog a friend, not a foe, by trimming the calories with this variation on a traditional recipe. A punchbowl, filled with eggnog or perhaps with something a bit more potent, enjoys a featured postion at many holiday gatherings. For starters, here's a recipe for a lower calorie eggnog. Recipe from Kenya Tranquillo of Grandy, N.C. From the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The story about George Washington confessing to his dad after cutting down a cherry tree is an American myth, but it's a durable myth. So, in honor of Washington's birthday on Feb. 22 we present the best cherry pie along with a collection of viewer-submitted recipes, all using cherries as an ingredient. Marinades are seasoned liquids in which the turkey is soaked both to absorb flavor and to tenderize. Most marinades contain an acid such as vinegar, citrus juice, wine and herbs or spices. Recipe from Panny Millikan of Ind. Recipe from May Rose Shaylor Recipe from Lee Vitasek of Va. Recipe from Nelda Tinker of Mo. Recipe from Juanita McPherson of Ky. Recipe from Linda Missildine of Ala. Recipe from Joan of Mich. Recipe from Eva D of S.C. Another cookie where the result is well worth the effort. This is a great recipe when you have extra help in the kitchen!
Pick and choose to plan your personal menu, but don't forget to clear the couch for that famous after-dinner nap! Combine some of the dishes below for a cozy, family meal that resonates with the comfort and security of home. Hot Mulled Cider, Cream of Potato Soup, Meatloaf Manhattan, Lasagne Wrapped Smoked Sausage, and more. Whether you're looking for pumpkin, apple, chocolate or caramel, there's something here for everyone! Nothing's more festive than champagne... except maybe a little chocolate with it! Sherbert Champagne Pear Champagne Mock Champagne Champagne Chicken Chocolate Fondue Chocolate Grand Marnier Fondue The holidays are here and with them brings a chill to the air. These beverages are sure to keep you warm as you celebrate this holiday season.