braised chicken with forty cloves of garlic roasted broccoli and farro salad with feta sparkling champagne margaritas cranberry hazelnut seed crisps


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seasons greetings 2012


happy holidays to you and yours



Our year in photos is up for the eighth year in a row. I’m going to nurse this cold while you guys hop on over and view the card. Wishing you all the very best in 2013!!

14 nibbles at “seasons greetings 2012”

  1. Rosa says:

    Happy Holidays and best wishes fro the New Year!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  2. Magda says:

    Happy Holidays and all the best for the New Year!

    All the way from Germany,

    Magda

  3. Friederike says:

    Greetings from a silent reader from Austria (Europe) and my best wishes to you for 2013 !

  4. Kristin says:

    All the best to you, Jeremy, & Kaweah as well!

  5. Judy says:

    Best wishes for the holidays. Hope you get to enjoy all the snow coming your way!

  6. debbie says:

    Happy Holidays to you too!!!

  7. Dani H says:

    Wishing you all the happiest of holidays!

  8. amy says:

    Warm Aloha from Hawaii to the three of you…from a faithful and appreciative reader.

  9. MK says:

    Happy Holidays to You! Your emailings are such a gift, bringing “comfort and joy” all year long! I signed up to receive them based on the name, but quickly discovered that you’re in my “back yard” (I live in Louisville, CO). I signed up for your class at the Denver Botanic Gardens, but had to cancel (due to a Birthday party in Lucca, Italy!). Perhaps I’ll “spy” you in Boulder one day…especially if I hang out at The Kitchen?! Cheers!

  10. shelley says:

    feel better! I hope you don’t have the nasty bug we all got. it’s a week long misery so far.

  11. David Pipkin says:

    Hope you had a good Christmas.
    A kind note for your information: you replaced the ‘brussel sprout salad’ with your Holiday Greetings but now I cannot find the salad in the list. I discovered this on Christmas Day just before I was preparing to make the salad. I pretty much remember everything so it was not a problem. The real problem came when I discovered I did not have any mustard for the dressing at our vacation cabin. I found some wasabi power so tried adding small amounts at a time until I decided wasabi was a big mistake…I know well that Lemon, Sugar, Olive Oil on sliced fennel is my favorite salad…so I added more lemon and a bit of sugar……and a bit of garlic, it was great, everyone loved it. But do not recommend wasabi as a mustard substitute.

  12. Joy says:

    I hope you had a great Christmas

  13. Ruth Ann says:

    I love all of the pictures Jen. Happy holidays and happy new years to you, Jeremy and Kaweah!

  14. jenyu says:

    Thank you, all of you! Happy holidays and a very very happy new year to you and your loved ones! You’re all so wonderful :) xoxo

    MK – very sorry that we missed you at DBG, but what a great excuse to miss it!! :)

    shelley – I think it very well may have been. Hope you kicked it!!

    David – ahhh, you can ALWAYS find the recipes that go off the front page ticker if you click on “recipes” at the top of the page. It will take you to the archive and you can search for any recipe you’ve seen on the blog there. Glad you enjoyed it!

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