Christmas with Southern Living 2008: Great Recipes - Easy Entertaining - Festive Decorations - Gift Ideas by Editors of Southern Living Magazine
The Christmas experts at Southern Living magazine continue the holiday tradition with this all-new 28th edition of Christmas with Southern Living, the cooking, entertaining, and decorating classic that's steeped in gracious Southern style.
One-hundred forty brand-new recipes—the most ever in this book series—include ultimate show-stopping desserts, innovative chocolate and vanilla treats, incredibly easy side dishes, and a Quick & Easy Christmas Dinner that features a freezer-to-oven turkey recipe with a two-ingredient glaze.
Entertaining friends and family is a breeze with the "Simple Christmas" chapter, featuring a collection of two dozen quick recipe options that require little effort yet yield luscious results.
In addition, you'll also discover fresh decorating ideas that begin at the front door and take you all through the house. Whether you fancy a traditional look, whimsical style, or casual elegance, dozens of festive wreaths, garlands, and door and mantel decorations will stir your creativity.
Big, colorful photographs inspire your holiday table settings with designs that are "see and do" simple. From a centerpiece that holds individual take-home bouquets to twig balls stuffed with glittery tinsel garland, you'll be amazed at how quickly your table transforms from everyday to holiday.
Whether you need help planning the perfect holiday menu, baking special treats for giving, or trimming your home with welcoming, seasonal flair, this filled-to-overflowing book from the Christmas cooking and entertaining editors at Southern Living magazine has everything on your wish list for the most wonderful time of theyear.
For over 40 years, Southern Living magazine has delivered definitive Southern cuisine to its readers, making it one of the most trusted recipe sources in the country that reaches over 17 million readers monthly. With the magazine's "Home for the Holidays" special section each November, the "Christmas through the House" bonus section each December, and heavy holiday emphasis throughout the main magazine, Southern Living has come to be known as a Christmas expert.