Breakstone’s Holiday Showdown – The Recap

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I hope you’ve enjoyed my take on a holiday meal over the past few weeks.  I started off the Breakstone’s Holiday Showdown by sharing an appetizer of Creamy Pumpkin Soup Shooters. For the main dish, we enjoyed a savory salmon with a herb cream sauce. Our dessert was a tasty baked apple brulee. I enjoy…

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Breakstone’s Holiday Showdown {Dessert Recipe: Baked Apple Brulee}

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Part three of the Breakstone’s Holiday Showdown had us creating a delicious holiday dessert recipe featuring Breakstone’s sour cream. I love dessert and I especially love over indulging during the holidays, but sometimes it just feels like there is too much food all the time. I kept this in mind when I created my holiday…

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Breakstone’s Sour Cream Holiday Showdown {Recipe: Salmon with Creamy Herb Sauce}

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We are in part two of the Breakstone’s Holiday Showdown and today’s feature is a main dish that will make you forget all about turkey and ham on your holiday table. Try something different and make salmon your new holiday tradition! Salmon is a mild flavored fish that even the pickiest of seafood eaters tend…

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Breakstone’s Holiday Showdown – Creamy Pumpkin Soup Shooters

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Pin It You may remember back in the spring when I did some work creating a tablescape and holiday recipe for Breakstone’s Sour Cream and Better Homes & Gardens. I have joined together with these two great organizations again for a fun, 4 part, holiday showdown. You can find out about this Holiday Showdown event…

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Strawberry Temptation {Recipe: Strawberries with Maple Cream Sauce}

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April in Kansas is not a good time for strawberries, yet each and every year, around this time, I get tempted. The weather warms up and I want fresh fruit. I walk into the grocery store and see the displays of red, ripe strawberries and can’t resist them. I get them home, wash them and…

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