Holiday Cooking Tips and Recipes from Celebrity Chef Claire Robinson

The holiday season is a time to pull out all the stops and “wow” guests with a delicious and memorable meal. Celebrity chef Claire Robinson is sharing some of her cooking tips and favorite recipes, courtesy of Town House crackers, to help create a festive and stress-free holiday menu.

Appetizers

  • Tangy goat cheese, garlic-infused olive oil and sweet cranberries make this Herb Garlic Baked Cheese cracker topper burst with exciting tastes.
  • Shake up traditional fondue by adding cider, mustard and jalapeño peppers to cheddar and Colby cheese with this Pub Cheese Dip.
  • Caramelized Onion and Apple Cream Cheese Spread is a sweet sensation you can enjoy before or after the big meal.
  • Avoid double-dipping at your party by serving Shrimp Cocktail with Mustard Butter, featuring whole grain mustard and shrimp on top of Town House Original crackers.

Main Course

  • Replace everyday breadcrumbs with Town House cracker crumbs. Perfect for this Town House Meat Loaf recipe.
  • Top run-of-the-mill casseroles with coarsely crushed Town House crackers, and bake in the oven for a meal worthy of celebration.
  • Add Town House crackers to your holiday stuffing for extra texture, like in this Extra Special Turkey Stuffing.

Dessert

  • Crush Town House Original crackers with sugar, cinnamon and a touch of butter to create a crumble topping for fresh, seasonal fruit. Bake as you would a cobbler for a delicious holiday dessert!
  • Keep a box of Town House FlipSides and dark chocolate in your pantry. Melt the chocolate and dip half the cracker into the chocolate and place on a rack to cool.
  • Create a simple after-dinner treat with this Berry Sweet Nibble. The sweetness of balsamic vinegar perfectly complements fresh strawberries on cream cheese-topped crackers.

For more delicious recipes, visit www.TownHouseCrackers.com.

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