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Hey, Mom!
Whatcha Cooking
This Christmas?

By smbea iamshery@msc.net.ph


It's merely days before Christmas. You look at your Christmas menu and you see you've still to plan something up. You don't want to cook complicated dishes and yet this Christmas, you'd like to cook something that your kids, your hubby and your in-laws would find tempting. You imagine them taking one look at the food you've prepared on Christmas Eve and before you could say "Ho-ho-ho" in a Mrs. Claus voice, the food's all gone poof!

You've already cooked everything that's in your 150-page cookbook over the last few years. What're you going to cook now and where are you going to get the recipe? Next to your cookbook and your friendly cook neighbor, the Net is just the perfect way to go recipe hunting.

This Christmas, try some of the recipes I've found in Mrs. Claus' kitchen. Santa recommends them. You can tell that to your kids and I'm sure even the broccoli wouldn't be left for dog food :o).

Click on the links below to start planning your Christmas menu.

If you want more recipes, you can go to http://www.santaclaus.com/recipes.html.


Grape Ice Apple Pie Gingerbread Men Mini-Chocolate Chip Cheesecakes
Cinnamon Crinkles Eggnog Cookies Holiday Punch Spiced Tea
Chocolate Coffee Melting Moments Cookies Chocolate Silk Christmas Mix
Hot Spiced Christmas Punch No Crust Cherry Cheesecake Cherry Delight Christmas Float


Oh yeah, and you know your kids would just love to try their hand at cooking too. Here're some easy recipes they could cook without you having to worry about setting their hairs on fire or getting their fingers burned or making a major wreck of your kitchen. I don't guarantee they won't wreck your kitchen though. But I do guarantee they'll have fun.

Click on the links below to have your kids start cooking.

For more kid recipes, you can go to this site: http://www.the-north-pole.com/c&r/.


Chocolate-Dipped Apple Slices Frosty the Snowball Ho-Ho-Holiday Omelette
Cheery Hot Chocolate Fantastic Fudge Starry Biscuits


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