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Farmhouse Lemon Bars

Farmhouse Lemon Bars recipe from Nancy Fuller via Food Network

Manchester Christmas Market, the annual collection of traditional German-style food and craft market stalls in City Centre, 2010, Manchester, UK, photograph by Claire Basiuk.

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24 Random Acts of Christmas Kindness for Kids

Updated for 2015! The popular free printable Random Acts of Christmas Kindness Advent Calendar is the BEST way to countdown to Christmas! We are definitely doing this one!

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CP Holiday Train (Not coming to Edmonton in 2015)

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How To Experience Berlin Without Breaking Your Wallet

Experience Berlin without breaking the wallet

Reverse Advent Calendar, place an item each day in the box and on Christmas Eve donate the box to charity. Love this idea!

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Chai Spice Pecan Brittle

This Chai Spice Pecan Brittle is a unique twist on the traditional brittle you see around the holidays - this version features buttery pecans and a bold chai spice blend.

Sweet Potato Turnip and Chickpea Hash....It’s Spring, at last, and the days are gradually getting longer and warmer. In the UK, the clocks go forward tomorrow and the Easter bank holiday is just a week away, a traditional time for m…

Mazurek – Polish Easter Cake - This looks so good... The English translation is a little rough, but I'm going to give it a try!

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Blitz-&-bake sticky toffee Christmas pud

sticky toffee christmas pudding... sooo need to make this!

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Sweet Potato Pound Cake

Sweet Potato Pound Cake. There's a local restaurant that serves a 3 layer sweet potato cake with cream cheese icing. It is to die for. I have been looking for a sweet potato cake recipe without nuts to see if I can duplicate that cake. I'm gonna try this. Yum!!

Hidden in a wooded combe, this film-set-perfect village is one of Dartmoor’s most lovingly maintained, according to Suzy Bennett. Its thatched cottages are grouped around a 13th-century church, with the Primrose Tea Rooms to one side and village shop to the other. The rural idyll is completed by the cricket pitch, communal apple orchard and a friendly pub serving real ales and great food

Holiday traditions that encourage generosity and gracefulness