Hi, I'm Peggy. Welcome to our Shared Table at Spiced Peach Blog!
Subscribe here for my fresh, seasonal recipes with an international twist.

Category Archives: Holiday Favorites

Roast Prime Rib

  Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas with something easy yet elegant to prepare,

Also posted in Beef, Meats | Tagged , , , | 4 Responses

Cooking With Kids: Holiday Cheese Balls

Goodness. Here is a new one, I literally accidentally published today’s post without the story. I always wondered how folks could possibly do that. Now I suppose it really is easy after all, you simply click on the Publish button instead of the Save Draft. Yikes.  Oh well. Today’s story really wasn’t only about a […]

Also posted in Appetizers, Cooking With Kids | Tagged , , | 8 Responses

Cranberry Orange Relish with Toasted Walnuts and Coconut

Here’s hoping you had a lovely Thanksgiving along with the blessings of sharing a wonderful meal and happy times with family and friends.

Also posted in Veggies | Tagged , , , | 6 Responses

Cranberry Sauce

Recipe for old-fashioned cranberry sauce

Also posted in Fruit | Tagged , | 2 Responses

Chunky Applesauce

Not too sweet, not too tart, and, not too spiced, makes the combined flavors of Chunky Applesauce just right. Well, according to my taste, that is, and maybe your taste too.

Also posted in Veggies | Tagged , | 7 Responses

Perfectly Steamed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Red Onions

From tubular stalks with attached shaded leafy balls to soft bulging stuffed cardboard cartons tightly secured by pinkish rubber bands covering clear cellophane paper displaying already detached firm green buds, Brussels sprouts have recently sprung a deserved stature among vegetables prepared in many variations of food styles today.

Also posted in Veggies | Tagged , , , | 2 Responses

Hamantaschen Recipe for Purim, Heather Shares Baubie’s

Purim, the Jewish Celebration based on the Book of Esther in the Hebrew Bible recognizes the spirit of triumph for the Jews from being wiped out by the evil minister of the King named Haman. The story is quite an exciting one filled with every aspect of the human condition throughout history from power, treachery, […]

Also posted in Sweet Treats | Tagged , , | 2 Responses

Lucky White Bean Soup

All over the world, there are existing traditions of eating certain foods for special occasions and holidays to insure good luck, sometimes we know the reasons of these good food omens in great detail, others, we eat with little reason except the assurance of good things as passed on to us by cultures and relatives […]

Also posted in Soups | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Potato Latkes for Hanukkah with Pat Goodman

Delicious recipe for Potato Latkes using Bisquick

Also posted in Foods Around the World, Veggies | Tagged , , , , | 2 Responses

My Mom’s Old Fashioned, Turkey Stuffing, almost

It’s the eve of Thanksgiving and today, as always, I’ve prepared my Mom’s Thanksgiving Stuffing, almost. The little extra added to my Turkey Stuffing that differs from my Mom’s is the addition of fresh herbs, parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, chopped up, then added in to the softened buttery onion and celery. Other than that, […]

Also posted in Breads and Muffins | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment
  • Hi, I'm Peggy. Welcome to our Shared Table at Spiced Peach Blog!
    Subscribe here for my fresh, seasonal recipes with an international twist.