Festive Breakfast: Part Seven

Give yourself an early Christmas present. Let breakfast take care of itself. Assemble a quick strata the night before in less than twenty minutes, cover it and put it in the refrigerator, and pop it in the oven the next morning. While it bakes, put out fresh fruit, muffins, and any beverages you might like and you've got a festive holiday brunch with next to no fuss! Merry Christmas!

Snicker … Butter … Er, Great Cookies!

I can't say I know exactly what to call these moist, delicious cookies, but they are fantastic, festive and filled with the season's best spices. Have a few alongside your favorite cup of tea or as a post-tree-decorating treat. However you enjoy them or whatever you call them, they are sure to be a hit.

Host a Spectacular Christmas Brunch

When holiday entertaining is on your to do list, but time is running short, consider a special festive brunch with family and friends. They are easy to put together, more casual and intimate than evening gatherings and leave you and your guests with the rest of the day to get your holidays in order.

Festive Breakfast: Part Six

A perfect slice of toast, buttery croissant or soft muffin can be a lovely quick breakfast. But adding the right spread to any one of those transforms it from an adequate beginning to the day to something special. And this time of year, there's something simply festive about homemade pumpkin butter. You'll be surprised at how easy it is to make it.

Kitchen Safety Infographic

Think you've got kitchen safety down? Now is a great time to brush up on it and learn a few new things with this insightful infographic. Everything from knife handling to fire safety is covered, as well as routine information about keeping your space clean and avoiding food poisoning.

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