Crafty chefs rejoice! Brand new e-book, “Quick and Easy Homemade Christmas Recipes,” has just dropped on Amazon and is chock full of must-try culinary gems.
The newly launched holiday recipe book by HomemadeRecipes.com mastermind Hadley Maxwell features more than 70 recipes. That's a lot of seasonal deliciousness…
Hadley says that Christmas is her favorite time of the year, for both the festivities and the food, even though she admits that the culinary aspect is “at once thrilling and exhausting and often requires weeks of preparation.”
Hadley's ascent to cooking and hosting expert occurred over time. Her household became the go-to place for Christmas after she married her husband and honed her skills as a host for several years. But she explains that she “really evolved from casual cook to culinary artist” after giving birth to her two children.
Her labor of love, “Quick and Easy Homemade Christmas Recipes,” features tons of great Christmas recipes, including cinnamon coffee, mulled wine, spinach and artichoke dip, glazed ham, roast pork, Beef Wellington, apple pie, fruit mince pie, pumpkin cheesecake with sour cream topping, and many other hearty winter favorites.
Making the e-book especially unique is its comprehensive list of holiday drink recipes that take center stage in Chapter 1. (Maxwell includes drink recipes both with and without alcohol.) “If you can't prepare a quality drink, you'll be missing an essential component of your meal,” Maxwell says. “And when it comes to Christmas, I'd argue that drinks are every bit as important as your main course.”
Affordable and exceedingly handy, “Quick and Easy Homemade Christmas Recipes” makes a great gift for the chef in your family or friend circle. Or gift it yourself and revamp your Christmas menu.
“With the right balance of new and old treats, a bit of creativity, and a whole lot of holiday spirit, this guide will help you create a Christmas menu that will leave your guests eagerly awaiting next year's festivities as early as January,” Hadley says.
For more info and excerpts from the book, click here.
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