Top Rated Holiday Recipes

Homemade flavored sugars are the perfect holiday gift — versatile enough that they can be used for a variety of purposes, but also simply made with love.The core ingredient here is granulated white sugar, the finer the grain the easier it is to infuse with your natural ingredients. The ratio of sugar and ingredients depends on personal taste, and preparation method. If you mix your ingredients by hand tossing them, the aroma will be lighter, if you use a food processor to blend them, the taste and aroma will be stronger. I will be dabbling with the below ingredients this year.
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Fancy holiday cookies and pastries are always fun to decorate, but sometimes the simplest sweets are the nicest ones to have ready in the cookie jar. Courtesy of McCormick
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roasted chicken
Wow your dinner guests with this easy yet impressive roast chicken dinner. Recipe courtesy of Perdue.
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This and sweet and salty roast comes together with ingredients easily found at any grocery store and the juicy pineapples studded around the exterior of the ham will make for an impressive cernterpiece.Recipe courtesy of Lauren Greutman.
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Southern Holiday Martini
This cocktail is a creamy blend of pumpkin cream, bourbon and sweetened condensed milk. This recipe is quick and easy to make so you can enjoy it on your next holiday gathering.Recipe courtesy of Old Forge Distillery 
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This impressive roast is perfect for holiday gatherings. Coat the meat with a hearty rub and slow roast it to perfection for about four hours.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Back when oranges weren't readily available at grocery stores, they were once a treat to receive on Christmas. This was especially true during the Great Depression, when gifts might have been too expensive for families. These cookies offer a hint of the sweet citrus. Courtesy of McCormick
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During this holiday season, you can still eat healthily and enjoy a thyme caesar salad. This recipe is courtesy of  JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Stuffing is delicious no matter how you make it, but there is one ingredient that can really bring the holiday staple to the next level: crispy fried onions. Recipe courtesy of French’s®
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This roast pork with Honeycrisp apples is sure to be the star of any holiday table and is complemented perfectly by the sweet-tart onion jam, which is cooked with balsamic vinegar and red wine.
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Holiday Cheer
Looking for something to bring to the party? This recipe is the perfect blend of apple, pineapple and cranberry with a dash of spice that will have anyone at your next holiday party craving more than one glass.This recipe is courtesy of Juicy Juice
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Snowflake Cookies
This sugar cookie recipe comes from Jay Muse, owner of Lulu Cake Boutique in New York City and Scarsdale, NY. It is perfect for making cookies of all shapes and sizes to decorate for the holidays.  —Allison Beck Click here to see How to Decorate Cookies like a Professional. Click here to see Tips for Hosting a Cookie Decorating Party.
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