December 26, 2011

Recipes for When It's Cold Outside~
A Little Birdie Told Me...No. 52

Did you know: The song "Baby, Its Cold Outside"
was written by Frank Loesser in 1944 and was
premiered when he sang the duet with his wife
at their Navarro Hotel housewarming party.

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Welcome to 
"A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday No. 52!
If you're here to share a craft, recipe or project post,
you'll find the linky and the specifics on how to 
join the party after the features below.


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It may not snow in our sleepy little Victorian town by the sea, but brrrr....it sure has been downright bone-chilling cold lately! With keeping warm and cozy in mind, today's features are recipes that are sure to warm body and spirits during the cold Winter months.

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From GirliChef
Ponche Navideño
Traditional in Mexico, this warm holiday drink includes guavas, sugar cane,cinnamon & tamarind, apples and oranges in this aromatic brew.

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From Shockingly Delicious
"Meaty without containing meat, thick, rich tasting without being fatty, this is fill-you-up-but-not-out stuff."

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From Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Like Limoncello, but with Rhubarb! 


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11 comments:

  1. Jenn,
    Hope you had a fabulous holiday! Thanks for hosting each week. I hope the New Year brings happiness, health and hope!
    Aimee

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  2. It is snowing here today, so I will need all these warm ups!!! Thank you for all your time each week that you put into your blog! I can't wait to see all that you do next year:-)

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  3. Thanks for hosting! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for a Happy New Year :)

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  4. Thank you for hosting, have a happy new year!

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  5. Thanks so much for featuring my Ponche, Jenn! I could totally use all of those warming things today...it's FINALLY snowing! :D

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  6. Hi,
    I've linked my "Rubik's cube Cake"
    Thank for you hosting, and I wish you a very happy holiday :)

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  7. So glad you liked my rhubarb liqueur post. I think I'll be whipping up a date liqueur in the next few weeks. It only has a 10-day aging process! I linked up a chestnut soup that I made for Christmas Eve because it HAS been cold here. xoxo ~Camilla

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  8. I see a few flurries outside my window. That quarter inch of snow we had over Christmas is all gone, though.

    Happy New Year, Jenn! Thank you for hosting. Did I just read something about chestnut soup? Yum!

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  9. Thank you so much for hosting, Jenn! Hope you are enjoying the holidays, and Happy New Year!

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  10. Mmm, I can't wait to have a look through all these lovely links - sounds great for a quiet New Year's weekend :)

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  11. Aaah sorry I linked up twice! Anyways, thanks for hosting Jenn and Happy Happy New Year to you and your family!

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