My favorite day of the year. Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! Photos: Merry Christmas in Croatian, Rainbow Cookies, Homemade Limoncello, Broiled Lobster Tail with fresh arugula, side of black & white spaghetti with sun-dried tomato
Here’s my menu for today! And yes, while it is customary to do 7 fishes, I can never stop at just 7. This year, I’m incorporating 12 different kinds of fish into the menu. The more, the merrier! Links to recipes provided, where applicable. I’ve also put some “notes” at the bottom, and will postRead more about Christmas Eve 2015 – Feast of the Seven Fishes Menu[…]
Every year at Christmastime, it’s become a tradition for me to make “Rainbow Cookies,” also known as Seven Layer Cookies. They’re a lot of work because there are so many steps to the process, and they take two days to make (most of that is time spent setting up in the refrigerator). It’s a challengeRead more about Rainbow Cookie Cake Pops![…]
Christmas Eve 2015 marks the 25th “Festa dei Sette Pesci” (Feast of the Seven Fishes) that I will have hosted. Over the next few days, I’ll be posting pictures and recipes from years past, along with the menu for this year’s celebration. With just 3 days to go, it’s time to start soaking that baccala–getRead more about Feast of the 7 Fishes Prep Starts Today![…]
One week from today will be Christmas Eve, my favorite day of the entire year, when I celebrate “The Feast of the Seven Fishes” with my in-laws. This will be my 25th time hosting, so in honor of this momentous occasion, I created a little Bingo game.
A friend posted a video on Facebook on How to Fold Christmas Tree napkins, and I couldn’t resist trying it. They came out great, probably because my daughters did them. The how-to video appears below:
The kitchen is done! Huzzah! It looks absolutely fantastic….pictures will be posted soon. In the meantime, I’ve been busily preparing for my big Christmas Eve shindig. Every year, I host The Feast of the Seven Fishes, which is an Italian tradition that my paternal grandmother used to host. After she passed away, I decided toRead more about Gearing up for Christmas Eve[…]