If you have a chai tea lover in your life, then this recipe will make the perfect gift this holiday season. I have been searching for a recipe like this for a while now because my mother absolutely loves chai tea. She loves drinking it, but hates paying $4-$5 per jug of liquid chai tea concentrate at the store.
With the Christmas season upon us, it’s time for secret Santas. It doesn’t seem to matter if you work or not, just about any group, club or job you do will have a secret Santa exchange. The hardest part of being a secret Santa is knowing what to get for someone else, especially when the someone else is someone you don’t know very well.
This video has been all over my Facebook page. I usually don’t watch videos that get posted to my Facebook, especially music videos, but this one was posted so many times that I had to see what all the fuss was about. I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised.
When my husband and I were first married, I made chicken alfredo at least once a week. It was one of those few things that I could cook at the time. Since then, my recipe reprituar has grown immensely. I’m not afraid to try cooking new things, so the old chicken alfredo got put on the back burner.
My oldest brother has become famous the past few Christmases for making almond roca. It was something that my mother always used to make when we were kids, but hadn’t made in a long time and my brother resurrected it. Along with bringing back the almond roca, my brother has become famous for making holiday mulled red wine.
I absolutely adore scalloped potatoes, but rarely ever make them because they seem to take forever to bake. Scalloped potatoes are my favorite way to cook potatoes. They are creamy, saucy and so delicious.
My mother is famous for her homemade gravy. She only makes it during the holidays, or when we have big family get-togethers. She gave me the recipe years ago, but I lost it after burning a pan of clumpy gravy. Now that I have a few years of cooking under my belt, I feel more confident in my cooking skills.
A Colorado anchorman recently went on a humorous rant about the number of snow covered patio pictures he was receiving from viewers. He pleaded with his audience that they could do better than this. He told them that taking pictures of snow covered patio furniture was the easy way out. He begged them to send him pictures of their beautiful state, and not of people’s back decks.
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