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Here are the top ten articles for the Holiday/Seasonal Cooking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Cinco de Mayo Chile Chicken Bites Recipe
Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican Spring holiday, so it's no excuse not to make my delicious Chile Chicken Bites with Potatoes, peas and onions recipe. This is easy to make and you can substitute the less expensive boneless, skinless thigh meat as you wish. Your crowd will love this!
2. Creamy Seasonal Asparagus & Ham Soup Recipe
When spring has sprung so does asparagus, right through to July when it's flavorful and at its best! My Creamy Seasonal Asparagus & Ham Soup uses leftover cooked ham which can be served as a starter or as dinner with crispy whole grain croutons. This soup is extremely flavorful and easy to make!
3. Creamy Chicken, Leek & Thyme Puff Pastry Recipe
At the end of March, leeks are coming to the end of their seasonal peak. So take advantage of their wonderful mild onion flavor and pair them with chicken and fresh thyme in this wonderful Creamy Chicken, Leek and Thyme Puff Pastry. They can be made as an entree or smaller as an appetizer.
4. Baked or Fried Reuben Chimichanga Recipe
My Baked or Fried Reuben Chimichangas are a fun way to use up leftover corned beef from your St. Patrick's Day celebration. This can be eaten alone for lunch or with the same trimmings from the holiday. They are crunchy, full of Irish flavors and are very easy to make.
5. Spaghetti, Meatballs with Brocollini Recipe
If you love spaghetti and meatballs but don't have the time to make it...then check out my hack job on this good old Italian favorite. With a few choice, already made ingredients and just a little help for 20 minutes in the oven, you have an Italian classic ready in under 30. No kidding - Enjoy!
6. Country French Onion Soup Recipe
If you're thrown off by any recipe that has the word "French" in its title, don't be. I was always afraid to make onion soup as I felt like I needed a culinary degree to make anything that was French. My Country French Onion Soup is so easy to make, flavorful with minimal ingredients. Enjoy!
7. A Rainbow of Foods
Enjoy summer and the opportunity to garden and to share that enjoyment with your family. Even if you have a small area to garden you can still have your miracles with a little garden and eat across the rainbow.
Cooks used apples for all sorts of savory dishes, while others were using them to make hard cider and applejack. Other cooks used both fresh and dried apples in a wide range of desserts such as pies, cobblers, pandowdy, betty, crunch, crisps, cakes and dumplings.
9. Culinary Mystery Series
An enjoyable culinary mystery series by Josi Kilpack. Follow the adventures through seasons and locations as Sadie Hoffmiller tries to solve mysteries. Recipes are included in each book.
10. How to Create a Colorful Kitchen
Orange is the color of adventure and social communication- so what does that mean in a kitchen? The color orange radiates warmth and happiness, combining the physical energy and stimulation of red with the cheerfulness of yellow, but can also offer emotion strength in difficult times.
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