Monday, December 21, 2009


The things that we do during holidays and special occasions, both small and monumental, that make them personal and special to us.
Whether you are carrying on long family traditions or making new ones, food often takes center stage.

Christmas of course is a huge event this week, and there are many other winter holidays to celebrate all over the world as well. Regardless of the holiday, they celebrate family, love, giving and sharing. And don't forget food!

Find any of Nigella Lawson's recipes, either in her cookbooks or online, cook it and make sure you post it by December 27th. And of course don't forget to link up with Mr. Linky so that everyone can find and see your dish.

If you haven't had a chance yet, check out December's Pot Luck! I think this has been an exceptionally good one. I had a rather large portion of each.

Link your I Heart Cooking Clubs post of the week's permalink with Mr. Linky, below, so we can all see your fabulous cooking club creation! Please leave a comment after, each week that you use Mr. Linky to link your post, just to be sure we don't miss anyone.
Not sure what a permalink is? Check out our Welcome post.

And Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays!


♥Sugar♥Plum♥Fairy♥ said...

oLA....can feel its Christams more than ever now-my tradition @ dinners is in and cant wait to stop by again to see all the deliciousness this week....

Heather S-G said...

Lovely homey and inviting :) I totally need Nigella's mug!

NKP said...

Good Morning All!
My Redder than Red Cranberry Sauce is up - sweet like candy and truly redder than red!
Merry Merry All!

Kim said...

Merry Christmas!! Just added my instant pancake mix - loved it! Best Wishes!!

Deb in Hawaii said...

Just posted some delicious Mulled Cider. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.

Heather S-G said...

Hope everybody survived the holidays!! Come on over for some gingerbread :D

Tina said...

Finally...I am always last minute...but I posted cocktail sausages for this theme!

I'm kinda glad the holidays are hectic.