23 December 2017

Weekend Cooking: An End of Year List of Lists

Weekend Cooking: A List of Food Lists for 2017Merry Christmas to all who celebrate. Today's post is going to be short and sweet because I'm assuming most of you are involved with last-minute holiday prep. My big plans for the day are to bake and finish wrapping the gifts.

I know many families have traditions for their Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinners. From a feast of the seven fishes to all-American turkeys to British roast goose or beef. Our only tradition is that I let Mr. BFR dictate the main course for Christmas Eve. This year he asked for steak.

Ha! I say. That means he's doing the main cooking (grilling), and there is little clean up. I had no objections! My biggest job will be baking a boozy cake (likely a rum Bundt cake or maybe a sherry cake). 

Next week, I'm going to sum up 2017 on Weekend Cooking and look ahead to my goals for 2018. This week, thanks to the December holidays, I haven't had time to review a cookbook, watch a good foodie movie, or read a good food-related book. Thus I'm going to leave you with a short list of lists for your reading pleasure this long holiday weekend:

Happy holiday weekend to everyone!
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rhapsodyinbooks 12/23/17, 7:01 AM  

Well I already checked one of the lists and printed out the recipe for Quick Vegan Enchiladas with Sweet Potato Sauce. Thanks for posting and linking to them!

bermudaonion 12/23/17, 8:14 AM  

We're so busy this time of year our meals revolve around simplicity. Merry Christmas to you!

Mae Travels 12/23/17, 8:58 AM  

Some of the cookbooks on the lists you linked are really tempting! I don't follow Southern Living so I was a bit amused by the idea implied and even stated that the reader would want cookbooks that help one to follow rituals of southern hospitality.

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

Tea 12/23/17, 10:18 AM  

Those three burgers look delicious. Now I need to organize and think of goals too. For me, it's really difficult. Hope your new goals and ideas are a success.

Deb in Hawaii 12/23/17, 11:48 AM  

I read that Bittman article yesterday and really enjoyed it and I look forward to looking at the cookbook lists and other articles.

Have a wonderful, happy and healthy Christmas!

Carole 12/23/17, 2:06 PM  

Happy Holidays to everyone. Cheers

Les in Oregon 12/23/17, 8:02 PM  

I spent all afternoon perusing your links. Thanks so much!! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

(Diane) bookchickdi 1/4/18, 4:58 PM  

What a great post! I bookmarked it for all of the wonderful lists.

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