Italian Chocolate-Spice Cookies ~~ A powdered sugar drizzle adds an extra touch of sweetness to these cinnamon-spiced cookies. Orange peel adds a touch of zest.
Italian Fig Bundles - A fruity blend of figs, dates, pine nuts, raisins, and cinnamon -- with a light citrus punch from orange zest and juice -- fills these soft cookie pockets. A star-shape cookie cutter and coarse sugar add a festive touch
Christmas Easy: Home-made Christmas Mincemeat, from: Delia Smith. [I'll tweak the ingredients to make this Primal/Pale friendly!]
From freezer to oven, these cheeky Eccles mince pies are perfect mid-afternoon with an equally cheeky glass of mulled wine. It is Christmas after all!
The name 'Shepherd's Pie' was first used in the 1870's,an older name is "cottage pie".Today the dish is "shepherd's pie" if it is made with lamb (because a shepherd looks after sheep).The name 'Cottage Pie' is used if the dish is made with minced beef. Both have a savory gravy with a mashed potoato crust.The term cottage pie is known to have been in use in 1791,when the potato was being introduced as an edible crop affordable for the poor ("cottage" meaning a modest dwelling for rural…
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Mincemeat Pie has been an English specialty for centuries. Mincemeat developed as a way of preserving meat without salting or smoking some 500 years ago, and are still considered an essential accompaniment to holiday dinners just like the traditional plum pudding. http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/PieHistory/MincemeatPie.htm