Here is a short list of some of my favorite Winter Holiday recipes I am sure you will enjoy!
Delicious Potato Pancake ~ make it with leftover Mashed Potatoes!
Thank you I want to try the goose never had that . That will will be a new adventure for me wish me luck
Stickey Toffee Pudding, ahh… miss England. Also love my warm eccles cakes from the farm store near Chatsworth!!! Thank you, needed these recipes today!!!
I think the grands and I need to make fortune cookies…sounds like too much fun. Thanks for the recipes.
My gosh!once again, THANK YOU! Love them all!
Susan…….So wonderful to see you again I miss you..????????? did you ever cook a hen and if you did how was it made…..I bake one for thanksgiving I wanted something different this year, I found one at wal-mart..it was a little hard I would like to make it again but would love for it to come out more tender and moist.I love your blog and everything you post are always so beautiful and Creative, every little detail is amazing…… thank you.Sincerely Dolores Marks
A hen? A chicken? Yes, I cook them often. Did you roast it?
Thank you!! Everything sounds delicious!!
I’m looking for the recipes section you used to have. I wanted to share your recipes for Spiced Pecans and Homemade Marshmallows with a friend. Are they still on here somewhere?
Yes, Here’s Spiced Pecans (also in my Autumn Book) http://www.188.8.131.52/~susanbs3/susanbranch//spiced-pecans/
And here’s homemade Marshmallows (also the Autumn Book) http://www.184.108.40.206/~susanbs3/susanbranch//homemade-marshmallows/
Your book, “Christmas From The Heart Of The Home” is such a treasure. I purchased several used ones as gifts this Christmas. I also keep my Mothers copy on display every Christmas. I so appreciate your fondness for nostalgia. Merry Christmas!
Keep the old, add some new . . . never forget! xoxo
I would LOVE to have your molasses cookie recipe, if you share it? I have my mom’s Aunt Eva’s recipe but never got the frosting part of it. They are a favorite…..well, I think they would be a favorite if I shared many of them 😉
p.s. I’m the one who knit the funky hats we wore in England last year!!
Ohhh Laurie! Was just looking at a photo of you and the girls yesterday, still thinking how cute you were! The frosting for those cookies is so easy … Hopefully you have my AUTUMN book, because the cookie recipe is there! Happy New Year! xoxo
Hi my mom a couple years back gave me a cookbook where she wrote in all her recipies. I.d like to get one and fill in for her as a gift for mothers day. It says Holiday Dishes on the front. Are these available for purchase the blank ones that you fill in? Thank you.
Write to Sheri@220.127.116.11/~susanbs3/susanbranch/ and see if she can find one around for you … we may have sold out, but maybe not!
YUMMY! Making happy tummies…………….
I am especially going to try the Creamed Spinach and the Poached Salmon. Yum!
i love the honey ham receipe. i make it every Christmas for the last 26 years. my family lives it. thank you for all your wonderful recipes.
Love to hear that Cathy! Thank you! Was my dream to somehow get my recipes to be “family favorites!” Highest compliment ever!
I am thrilled to have these winter favorites. I am a new Susan Branch follower. How could I have missed you all my life. I have acquired many of your books, but cannot find a copy of Winter anywhere. If any of your friends know where I might obtain one, I should very much like to know. So glad some of your mug designs came back. I’m anxiously awaiting the cinnamon apple tea. Happy Fall!
I’ve never written one … Christmas from the Heart of the Home was the closest I came to it. I should! I love winter! So happy to meet you Katherine!
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