Christmas with Southern Living 2007

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Oxmoor House, Jul 2, 2007 - Cooking - 192 pages
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For a comprehensive reference on Christmas decorating, entertaining, cooking, gifts, and wrapping, there's no more revered source than the authorities at Southern Living. Christmas with Southern Living 2007 marks its 27th year of inspiring loyal readers with stylish, innovative ideas for the holidays. As always, it offers a tour of the South's most stunning residences, all adorned to the hilt for the holidays with easy tips for replicating the looks in your own home. Christmas with Southern Living 2007 covers the full range of holiday home and entertaining options, from delightful decorating inside and out, to updated menus and party recipes, uniquely festive table settings, and heartfelt gifts from the kitchen. It includes clear directions for all projects, over 100 easy-to-follow recipes, and beautiful photography to inspire. Features: Christmas with Southern Living 2007 continues its 27-year popularity streak Over 200 full-color photos to delight and inspire All-new menus and over 100 recipes specially developed and kitchen-tested for guaranteed goodness Special sections include Make Ahead Party Food, Healthy Holidays, Kids in the Kitchen, and the grand Christmas Dinner Bonus Thanksgiving decorating section-all new for 2007

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Review: Christmas with Southern Living 2006

User Review  - Dolly Sarrio - Goodreads

My family loves this book. The recipes are delicious. We have a family tradition now with some of these recipes.. Read full review

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User Review  - Colleen Turner - Goodreads

Great recipes and decorating ideas! A few of the recipes seem a little complicated but, overall, they are twists on items I already knew how to make and I cannot wait to try them out. There is also a ... Read full review


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