12 Days of Christmas

All of a sudden your inbox is getting flooded with recipe ideas, isn’t?  Of course it is.  One website is offering 12 days of cookie recipes, Miss Paula’s newsletter is working overtime giving you some ideas of what you might want to prepare this holiday season.  For those who aren’t electronically inclined, it’s typically the time of the year when we are most likely to reach up to where we have some cook books, blow dust off of them like a scene from Lord of the Rings, crack one open and ask yourself, “What on earth am I going to make for Christmas this year?”

Here is our list of 12 Holiday Season recipes collected from several Savannah area restaurants to share with you this month.  We are unveiling 1 every day (M-F) until December 23rd.   A list of 12 recipes we know you will Eat and Like!

 

On The First Day of Christmas…White Chocolate Cranberry Biscotti from Jackie Heinz of The Ziegler House Inn.  Get the recipe here.

On The Second Day of Christmas…Shrimp & Grits from Chef Charles Zeran of A.Lure.  Get the recipe here.

On The Third Day of Christmas…Adam Turoni’s Simply Dark Hot Chocolate.  Get the recipe here.

On The Fourth Day of Christmas…Traditional English Breakfast Flapjacks from our friends at Pie Society in Pooler, Georgia.  Get the recipe here.

On The Fifth Day of Christmas…Rosemary Pomegranate Martini, Southern Eggnog, Gingerbread Martini…OH MY!!  Try out the recipes from our favorite bartenders at Jen’s & Friends in downtown Savannah.

On The Sixth Day of Christmas…Frogmore Stew from Celebrity Chef and soon to be Savannah restaurant owner, Hugh Acheson.  Check out his delicious recipe here.

On The Seventh Day of Christmas…Executive Chef Brandy Williamson of Local 11ten gives us a delicious side dish that will go with any holiday meal.  Get the recipe for Citrus-Cranberry Apple Chutney here.

On The Eighth Day of Christmas…Driftaway Cafe’s Chef Kirk Blaine had a hit with his Root Beer Braised Short Ribs during the Savannah Food & Wine Festival.  Definitely a stand out that week!  Get the recipe here.

On The Ninth Day of Christmas…Savannah favorites Chery and Griff Day from Back in the Day Bakery make a mean banana pudding.  Get their recipe here.

On The Tenth Day of Christmas…Get into the spirit of the holidays with a warm glass of Mulled Wine.  Get Alligator Soul’s recipe here

On The Eleventh Day of Christmas…You might not have taken one of his cooking classes but you can try one of his popular recipes at home.  Get Chef Joe Randall’s Black-Eyed Pea Cake recipe here.

On The Twelfth Day of Christmas…Our final recipe for the Eat It and Like 12 Days of Christmas is provided by Chef Jean-Yves Vendeville, Culinary Arts Department Head for Savannah Technical College, our sponsors for the 12 days of recipes.  Get his Yule Log recipe here.

Eat It and Like It launched in Savannah, Georgia with television personality Jesse Blanco as the host. His passion for food and travel has made Eat It and Like It a two-time EMMY nominated program about contemporary and traditional Southern food.

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