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.


Welcome to 
"A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday No. 52!
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It may not snow in our sleepy little Victorian town by the sea, but 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.


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


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


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


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

  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:-)

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

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

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

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

  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

  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!

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

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

  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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