Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Christmas Eve: Brunch to Dinner Roundup

We have wonderful family traditions that have become a part of our Christmas celebration every year, as I am sure many of you have. All the precious memories of years past, when a song, a smell, a certain food can bring back the laughter, love and joy of the season shared with family and friends. Many of the recipes for the foods have been passed on to us through the generations from family and very special friends. I am sharing with you today some of the special dishes that we have enjoyed in the past and will be enjoying over this Christmas season.

Christmas Brunch






Christmas Eve Dinner
We always have a Mexican Buffet on Christmas Eve with Homemade Tamales as the center piece.

Corn and Black Bean Tamales with Orange Cranberry Sauce









Wishing each of you Peace, Love and Joy
As You Gather With Your
Friends and Family
to
Celebrate The Christmas Season

10 comments:

  1. Dear Miz Helen. I love everything on this menu. I would love to try it all. It looks like Christmas Eve will be very delicious, Merry and most of all blessed. xo Catherine

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  2. Your recipes are always fabulous and such an inspiration, Miz Helen. I'm like Catherine and would love to try everything. Thanks for sharing with us all year long. Love and blessings to you.

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  3. I love the idea of a Christmas Eve Mexican Buffet! The Apple Sausage breakfast bake is calling my name too! Thanks for the great recipes and ideas~
    Jenna

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  4. Thanks for sharing all of these recipes with us! =) The Rancher beans are a favorite of mine.
    Everything looks delicious. Happy Holidays!

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  5. Family tradition is so important and you have here some wonderful dishes :)
    I wish you the best holiday-season ever Miz Helen!!

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  6. I love your roundup, Miz Helen! Even though Christmas Eve has come and gone now, I could see this collection of recipes for New Year's or any special holiday! Best wishes for a wonderful 2015!

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  7. Hello cute lady! I bet these little gems made a lot of people happy! Pinned and tweeted. Thank you for being a part of our party. I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. We love to party with you! Lou Lou Girls

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  8. Delicious awesome collection of recipe, hope you had a wonderful christmas, wishing a prosperous 2015. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning.

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  9. Your collection of recipes look incredibly delicious. Making tamales is on my to do list for 2015, and I am definitely making your Pomegranate Flan tamales. Thank you for sharing! Happy New Year!

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  10. I host a Christmas breakfast every other year and this is my turn to host. I can not wait to try that cranberry coffee cake! Pinned!

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