Weekend Bites #13

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Weekend Bites
Weekend Bites


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Did you know it’s only 2 weeks until Christmas?! Shortly after that it will be a New Year! I love this time year. Wrapping up a year with friends, family, and love; then getting ready to give yourself a fresh start. It’s just so magical. 
Do you have any holiday traditions? I’d love to hear about them. For us, we eat Christmas Crunch and/or Pofferjes for breakfast Christmas morning. Then on New Years Eve I make a chicken cordon bleu. 
Last week’s Features – most clicked on recipes
Cranberry Coffee Cake
Cranberry Coffee Cake
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Pumpkin Cranberry French Toast Roll-ups
Laksa (Coconut Curry Soup with Shrimp and Chicken) by simply fresh dinners
Laksa (Coconut Curry Soup with Shrimp and Chicken)

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Weekend Bites
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4 thoughts on “Weekend Bites #13

  1. Oh, Chicken Cordon Bleu sounds like a great tradition. We have a big fish feast Christmas Eve and Lasagna on Christmas Day. New Year's Day we host a brunch and make homemade bagels and scones. Nothing traditional for New Year's Eve for us.

    1. I remember you writing about the fish feast one year. That sounds so much fun. A brunch New Years Day actually sounds perfect instead of having people over the night before.

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