We may still be full from Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean we’re not already looking forward to a delicious Christmas dinner, too! Keep our Holiday Entertaining Publication handy throughout December for all your holiday dinner needs. But you can also find some of our favorites on our Country Christmas page, including Christmas Ham and Peach Cobbler. Happy cooking!
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@smokey: Yes indeed she does! Which is ironic since she is actually the best gift I've ever received!
@Griffin: We started by rolling out some Trader Joes whole wheat pizza dough to fit the stone, which was preheated in the oven (just to save time, we were all starving). We whipped up a white sausage gravy and used it for the "sauce" then grated a medium size potato and sautéed it in a little olive oil. These hash-browns went on next followed by fontina cheese, shredded Monterey Jack, and mozzarella pearls (all because we just happened to have them in the fridge). SWMBO "cooked" 6 pieces of turkey "bacon" in the microwave (I guess obeyed doesn't mean always agree...). Which we crumbled and sprinkled over the pizza. Then we started cracking eggs on to the top until we got good coverage, popped it in the egg (plate setter legs down, stone on the PS) with a 500 dome temp and a handful of apple chunks. I added some conecuh sausage links to slice and add for me and our daughter and cooked for around 17 minutes. It probably would have been better to pull around 13 minutes but the eggs fooled me. They didn't look to be cooking but in fact the yolks were cooked solid by the time I pulled. Still a dang good brunch!