Create an array of crowd-pleasing presents guided by best-selling author Diane Morgan, and give the gift of time spent in the kitchen! Use your slow cooker to make savory Winter Weekend French Onion soup, and bundle it with French bread and Gruyère cheese for a gift basket that any gourmet will adore. Toast spices for three unique rubs for the perfect grill-master gift, and learn how to make your own batch of terrifically tart Limoncello liqueur. Discover the secret to Diane’s irresistible meringue pecans and make two varieties of chocolate bark sure to tempt anyone with a sweet tooth. Cook a tangy cranberry and pear chutney that’s ideal for holiday meals. Plus combine the free, printable recipe cards and gift tags included with the class with Diane’s favorite ways to use fabric, ribbon and household items and turn any recipe into a beautifully packaged present!
Meet your instructor, Diane Morgan, and learn how to make the delicious braised onions used as the base for her Winter Weekend French Onion Soup.
Honor your favorite pit master with three bbq rubs, perfect for meat, seafood and vegetables! Diane demonstrates how to toast and grind spices as well as how to prepare a succulent pork loin.
Gift everyone’s favorite sweet treat as you learn to temper chocolate in the microwave. Learn to make a delicious sweet and salty dark-chocolate bark and a peppermint one, too.
Learn how to make this Italian delight as you steep lemon peels in alcohol and make a simple syrup. Recipes for cocktails and cooking with limoncello are included, too.
Diane shares her personal recipe for her “Famous Holiday Pecans” and shows you how to make a light and fluffy brown-sugar meringue.
Make this beautiful chutney with fresh pears and apples and roasted hazelnuts. Learn how to thicken the chutney and Diane’s clever trick for removing the skins from hazelnuts.
Put it all together. Diane will share her creative ideas for labeling and wrapping your gift — and how to make it a centerpiece in a cohesive gift basket.
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