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Timeless Traditions is dedicated to remembering some of the traditions that may be lost in the speed of modern life. It includes stories, community events and traditional recipes that reflect upon the simple pleasures of holiday gatherings and true spirit of the season, which are not about shopping, but about coming together and counting blessings. Whether you do this with food, storytelling, or the sharing of traditions, let Timeless Traditions be your holiday guide.

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Holiday 2017

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Recipe Collection


Maple & Brie Tartlets

These are a big item for me to make during the holidays now. Thecombination of flavors from the brie, maple, walnuts and pie doughallow this croustade to make a savory and perfect compliment tomany holiday beverages. Additionally this can serve two masters,savory and sweet, simply adjust the salt and pepper to lean one wayor another, more salt and pepper for savory and less for sweet.

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Tart Flambe

Having spent a fair amount of time in France I tend to add a bit of Frenchflair to my holidays. The French have a certain exuberance or as they say,joie de vivre for the holidays. Tarte Flambé, also known as Flammkuchenin Alsace, goes perfectly with most light alcohol beverages and sparklingwines. Additionally hard cider and beer will pair well with this. In thisrecipe I add leek in addition to white onion as I always have leeks onhand. Chives are added at the finish but are completely optional.



Steelhead Trout Rillette

This recipe is so easy but still very traditionaland decadent. Rillettes are large crocks of slowlycooked and rendered pork pieces. I love thetexture of a rille but don’t have time to makea traditional pork rillette This version relieson the quick cooking and cooling of steelheadtrout, basically rainbow trout. The remainingingredients add a vibrant acidity and contrastingtextures. I like to serve this on cucumber slices oron crackers. It can be mixed and served in a bowlas well with crudités.



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