Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cranberry Vodka Spritzer, A Holiday Cocktail

So, because we’re so fancy in Flat 11, I made Vodka Cranberry/Blackcurrant Spritzers.  OOO AHH, I know I know.   Here’s What You’ll Need: Some Vodka Cranberry Juice or Blackcurrent Squash (super concentrated juice) Soda Water Ice Fresh Cranberries Mix … Continue reading

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Killer Cranberry Sauce

As I make the cranberry sauce every year I ought to be rather good at it by now, so here’s how I spice up my c-sauce each year! What you’ll need: 1 bag of fresh cranberries 1 cup of water … Continue reading

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Green Bean Casserole

To be honest, I don’t know if I can really call this a classic as it was the first time I’d had it, my mom usually just makes regular green beans, but I wanted to give my flatmates the streotypical … Continue reading

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Potatoes, both Mashed and Sweet. Plus, Gravy!!

Essential Side dishes, I mean who doesn’t crave mashed potatoes and gravy!.  My Sweet potato recipe is on my other blog (see link below).  The mashed potatoes are always a classic, but mine have a slight twist.  And the gravy … Continue reading

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Corny Cornbread

I looove Cornbread, and I finally found decent cornmeal in Manchester! Woo!  I still can’t believe my flatmates had never heard of cornbread, its such a staple side dish and so easy to make! Here’s What You’ll Need: 1 cup … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Stuffing, Classic and Simple

Technically I think its dressing since it never actually goes in the turkey, but still, here’s a simple and easy turkey stuffing.  So tasty!   What You’ll Need: 1/2 cup(s) (1 stick) margarine, substitute butter 5 large celery stalks, chopped 1 large onion, chopped 1 teaspoon(s) dried … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!! How I prepared my turkey!!

Happy Turkey Day!! Well, maybe not if you’re a turkey…  Anyway, I decided this year to spread some American Thanksgiving love to my flatmates here in England, even though I’d never cooked a whole Thanksgiving meal before.  So I got … Continue reading

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