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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Quick Cooking Site! These are the top ten articles that your Quick Cooking Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Easy Make-Ahead Appetizer for New Year's
One of the most popular appetizers on my catering menu, this recipe is easy, delicious, and can be made ahead. It's not just for New Year's - it can be served year round and will receive rave reviews!
2. Holiday Chicken Recipe
Here's an easy recipe to serve throughout the holidays while cranberries are in season; it can be made in 30 minutes or less.
3. Minnesota Hot Dish Recipes
When the weather is cold, a tater-tot hot dish is not only quick and easy, itīs warm comfort food.
4. English Sunday Roast Dinner Recipe
One of the most traditional of English Dinners is Roast Beef. Here are three types of roast beef dinners suitable for serving for Sunday dinner or at your upcoming Harry Potter Celebration. All three dinners are quick and easy, requiring a minimum of hands-on time.
5. What on earth is Butterbeer?
Butterbeer is the drink made famous in the Harry Potter series. Since nobody really knows what it is, these are my versions.
6. 3-Ingredient Showstopper Appetizer Recipe
Looking for a quick and easy appetizer? These Spinach Artichoke Tarts have only 3 ingredients and take only 15 minutes to put together.
7. Traditional Yorkshire Pudding Recipe
This puffy, crisp savory pudding which is served with mashed potatoes and beef gravy will be the perfect accompaniment to your Sunday Roast Beef.
8. Holiday Cranberry Salad Recipe
Here's a fabulous make-ahead cranberry salad that will delight cranberry lovers and haters alike. No one will guess how easy it is to make.
9. 10 Minute Appetizer Recipe - Pesto Christmas Tree!
Make a Cute Pesto Christmas Tree for an appetizer at your upcoming Christmas Party!
10. Fattoush Salad Recipe
Fattoush, or Lebanese Bread Salad, is especially delicious with fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, and mint from your own garden. It's quick to make and very healthy!
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