Grandparents guide to Christmas cooking

Gingerbread House, Christmas 2010 001

Ah, Christmas. The tree is decorated, the stockings are hung by the chimney with care, and now, it’s time to cook.

Above John Bonner Portera of Tuscaloosa prepares to dive into the gingerbread house he cooked up with his grandmother Olivia.  The two designed the house (or is it a teepee?) and had a ball consuming it.

Before you crack open that same old cookbook, take a gander at Grandparents.com’s spectacular recipe collection. From seasonal soups to merry main courses to the grandmotherlode of Christmas cookies, it’s the only holiday handbook you’ll need.

Since I don’t have any grandchildren, I’m going to force my children to indulge me while we make Gingerbread men on Christmas Eve.

One thought on “Grandparents guide to Christmas cooking

  1. I am sure your boys will LOVE that! They should–you are showing how much you love them by cooking with them. Neat. 🙂

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