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Holiday Board

OCLC Research staff are full of holiday spirit and are pinning some festive holiday things to share with you. We wish you the happiest of holidays and a wonderful new year!


Holiday Board

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Enstrom's recipe for oatmeal chocolate toffee cake. The toffee alone is wonderful!

Hoppin' John Recipe -- make this on New Year's Day for good luck!

Buckeye Candy--making this easy delicious treat during the holidays is an Ohio tradition.

watercolor trees w/birds

Click through to see 12 book trees

Buchta (pečivo) Czech Holiday Poppyseed Cake which my mother always made at holidays in huge quantities as just one of us boys could/would eat a whole one...

Gougeres - the perfect thing to go with all the red wine we will be drinking. This one adapted from Julia Child.

▶ Christmas Recipes: Light Steamed Pudding - Gordon Ramsay - YouTube

▶ How to make your own organic (sweet) mince pies - YouTube

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall does Christmas leftovers ..

From the famous Ballymaloe cookery school ...

Winter Cookies - imprint made using the bottom of a decorative glass. Neat idea!

1.Lay pretzels rings on parchment paper lined baking sheet. Put one hershey kiss inside each ring (if it doesn't fit perfect that is okay, it will melt). 2.Bake in a 200 degree oven for about 4 minutes. Press chocolate chip on top of kiss. Allow to cool and set one hour. Store in air tight containers!

This warms our hearts

This is our Christmas Eve tradition. Here's the recipe: buy it cooked, cleaned, and cracked. Take it home and eat it (with steamed artichokes)

Two of may favorite things! These Chocolates Are Disguised As Tubes Of Paint

Avocado Holiday Tree

So easy and so good

Ribbon candy - it's got to be thin!

Acceptable traditional holiday candy

  • Dottie Joslin
    Dottie Joslin

    Straight from my childhood!

A modern take on the classic wreath.

Make Stamped Peppermint Candy

Mint Chip Sugar Cookies....Grinch Cookies

Pretzel log cabin instead of the traditional gingerbread... very simple and cute!

Christmas Coal -- I know someone who should get this in his stocking!