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Andrew Zimmern’s Chrismukkah Guide

Andrew Zimmern’s Chrismukkah Guide
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How to Win Chrismukkah This Year

No matter what holiday you celebrate, I’m sure we can all agree that food is what ties the season together. At my house, the kitchen smells of fabulous food from Hanukkah to New Years, whether it’s roasted duck or fruit cake. It’s the best time of the year. I’ve made it easy on you, and collected all of my best recipes in one place to get you in the spirit, from centerpiece roasts to decadent chocolate cake. Happy holidays!

 

Holiday Main Dishes

10 Impressive Main Dishes for the Holidays

Here, I’ve gathered a few of my favorite holiday recipes. Feeding a crowd? Try my perfect pot roast. If you’re planning an intimate evening for two, you can’t go wrong with red wine-braised duck legs.

 


 

Latkes

My Best Hanukkah Recipes

Beyond fried foods like my irresistible latkes, I always serve my grandmother’s chopped chicken liver, a braised brisket and matzoh toffee.

 


 

Mussels Fra Diavolo

21 Easy Holiday Appetizers

Whether you’re headed to an office potluck or inviting friends over for hor d’oeuvres, these crowd-pleasing dishes will steal the show. Trust me, that cheese-laden bacon and onion tart will be devoured before you know it (pro-tip: make two).

 


 

Chocolate Cake

12 Desserts for a Holiday Feast

From a fruit cake you’ll actually love to a decadent chocolate ganache cake, here are 12 desserts to round out your Christmas meal.

 


Edible Stocking Stuffers

Edible Stocking Stuffers for Food Lovers

Need help filling up your stockings this year? Check out our curated selection of unique, top quality food products at Shop Andrew Zimmern. From small batch soy sauce and handcrafted vinegars, to salt-packed wild capers and award-winning maple syrup, I guarantee using these products in the kitchen will change your cooking life.

 


 

Gluhwein

German Christmas Gluhwein

A German tradition, the very smell of gluhwein will put you in the holiday spirit. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled for a big crowd.

 

 

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