Gooseberry Patch Open House

Tuesday, November 16, 2010
For all my Gooseberry Patch loving friends, I am sharing their Homemade Christmas Virtual Open House........

Here are the recipes from the Open House! Enjoy!!

Sharing at Lisa's Tempt My Tummy Tuesday!


  1. Kristen said...:

    Thank you for sharing! The recipes look wonderful!

  1. Vintage Girl said...:

    Thanks Gail, I really enjoyed that and the recipes....mmmm! I'm really getting into the Christmas spirit! Blessings, Heather

  1. Shelley said...:

    I do love Gooseberry Patch...thanks so much for sharing the clip....blessings

  1. Lynn said...:

    Thank You so much for sharing! I love their Gooseberry Patch cookbooks and can't wait to get this Christmas one now!! The food looks quite delish!!

    Have a wonderful and blessed day!


  1. farmlady said...:

    Will that inspired me to start the Christmas cheer. Wish I had some snow. That would be the "icing" on the cake.

  1. Thanks so much for inviting your readers to join us for the open house today...appreciate all you do! :)

  1. Olive Cooper said...:

    Loved the gingerbread stars dipped in chocolate. I might do that. ♥O

  1. Julie Harward said...:

    And just who doesn't love them? Thanks for sharing that..loved it! ;D

  1. e-Mom said...:

    Oooooo! Fresh gingerbread. I can smell it! I'm planning to make gingerbread men too.

    Blessings, e-Mom @ Susannah's {Kitchen}

  1. Gail, Wonderful winter wonderland and Christmas video. This makes me want to DECORATE!!!! I am coming back to this video for inspiration.
    I love the way the ladies packaged the cookies! Beautiful video.
    Lots of Christmas, and Thanksgiving love to you!

  1. Carol said...:

    Love Gooseberry Patch! Great video. I'm in the holiday mood!

  1. Brenda Kula said...:

    I've always loved Gooseberry Patch and have many of their books.

  1. Rene' said...:

    Thank you for sharing that really got me in the Christmas spirit!

  1. Black Forest Fondue and hot cocoa, super nachoes and sausage breakfast pie??? YUM! Sounds and looks amazing! Thanks for sharing. Love the chandy with the tea cups hanging too! GORGEOUS!

  1. OK, now I am drooling! :-) I loved that teacup chandelier too!
    Hope you have a really wonderful Thanksgiving, Gail!

  1. Ava said...:

    I awarded you stylish blogger award

  1. Kathleen said...:

    Hi Hail, thanks for sharing that with us.
    I have a question. I know you make red velvet cake. I have concerns about the red food there anything else that can be used? I thought maybe the dye companies improved it, but I just researched and they are still harmful. I guess if you only eat it once a year it would be ok?

  1. Kathleen~
    I have never made one but I saw Tyler Florence make a Red Velvet Cake with beets on Food. I was able to find the recipe Let me know if you try it. I would probably add more cocoa but I tend to do that with all red velvets anyway. I tend to take the, only once a year, stance but like you am not too happy with the thought that it could be harmful. I've never added the full amount of coloring (usually 2 bottles of red are called for and I use only 1, but the additional cocoa gives it a more red appearence).

    I am leaning towards a Red Velvet Cheesecake for Christmas. I found a recipe that looks very yummy :)


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