The 2020 Holidays Recipe Collection
How you doin? Season’s Greetings! If the holiday season for 2020 is going to be anything like the early part of the year, the holidays will be unlike anything we have ever seen before. I’m not saying, good or bad, but definitely different.
Because of extensive schedule changes and cuts with the airlines, social distancing and other restrictions, some of us will not be able to be with loved ones to celebrate the holidays this year. Also, some of you may be cooking holiday dinners for the first time and feeling a little intimidated. Well, let not your heart be troubled… we are here to help you with excerpts from our 1997 and 1998 Holiday Recipe Cookbooks. In this compendium we offered four different Holiday menus—Traditional, Ole English, Classical and Southern.
Our 5 chefs and our management team all shared recipes with one another. They came from all over the United States and around the world—from different cultures and climates—bringing the best that the holidays had to offer. Each recipe was vetted by the culinary team—testing at least 3 times to make sure it would be understandable to all and easy to make. In short, within our archives we have hundreds of holiday recipes—many of which you may have grown up with but have gotten lost over time.
Here is a quick summary of what we will share with you in the upcoming weeks before the Thanksgiving holiday (not in order of posting… you’ve got to check back every day to see what’s current). This should tide you over for holiday dinners.
If you have a question, don’t see a favorite recipe or have a recipe you want to share with our followers just drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning in early December we will open our Cookie Exchange. As hosts of The Food Show on ABC, Joan and I started an audience Cookie Exchange where anyone could post family favorite cookie recipes for everyone to enjoy. We received thousands of replies and once again we turned the sorting and testing over to the Perspectives’ culinary staff. I think we all gained at least 10 pounds testing all the great recipes we received. We will sort through these and post the best of the best for you to enjoy.
Again, if you have a favorite recipe from mom, grandpa or even Aunt Ethel that you want to memorialize and share with thousands, drop me a line at email@example.com.
Covid-19 Quip of the Day: Who’s bright idea was it to sing “Happy Birthday” while washing your hands? Now every time I go to the bathroom, my kids expect me to walk out with a birthday cake.
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Here is wishing you the very best for the upcoming holidays. To you and everyone dear to you, be strong, be positive, stay well, stay safe and be kind welcoming in the holiday season. If you have a little extra in your pockets to share with others at this difficult time, please consider donating to Feeding America.
Thanks for reading.
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