I love my family. I just love them more when I have a BAC over .06%. This is an excellent holiday drink. You can serve it warm or cold.
- 3 parts apple cider (cider, not juice)
- 1 part orange juice
- 1 part Bourbon (I prefer Wild Turkey 101. Maker’s Mark would also be a good choice, but any really Kentucky bourbon would be okay.)
- Mix it all up! Take a sip and slap a silly grin on your face.
- If serving warm, you could also chuck in a cinnamon stick. Wait to add the bourbon until right before serving.
- If serving cold, it would be pretty to put it in a glass punch bowl and float some orange slices on it.
One of my holiday favorites. Substantial and creamy.
- 1 stick of butter (can lower to half a stick if you feel weird about butter)
- 1 pint of sour cream
- 15 oz can cream corn
- 15 oz can corn (drained)
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1 box corn bread (like Jiffy)
- Melt butter in 9×9 casserole dish.
- In bowl, mix all ingredients. Be sure to drain the plain canned corn. It also helps to do all the wet stuff first and then add the dry.
- Pour into casserole and bake uncovered at 350 F for 45 minutes to an hour.
(Made up by Sarah G.)
Some people would say that Miracle Whip has no business being in a vegetable dish. Those people probably do not live in The South.
- 2 cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese (shredded)
- 2 cups Mild Cheddar Cheese (shredded)
- 16 oz jar Cheese Whiz
- 1/3 cup Miracle Whip
- 24 oz frozen broccoli florets
- French fried onions (for topping) (optional)
- Steam/boil/microwave (whichever is your preferred method for cooking it) broccoli until it is tender.
- In large bowl, mix cooked, drained broccoli, cheese whiz, shredded cheeses and Miracle Whip. Reserve some of the shredded cheese for topping.
- Place in greased 9×9 casserole dish and top with reserved shredded cheese and fried onions.
- Bake at 350 degrees F for 25 minutes until bubbly and melty. Watch to make sure onions don’t burn. If they start to go, you can cover with foil to protect them.