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Cooking with Paula Deen Christmas 2018

Cooking with Paula Deen magazine gives readers more of what they love from the queen of southern cooking, Paula Deen. Each issue offers flavorful recipes for sharing with family and friends, along with access to Paula's life and her family traditions. Truly a food lifestyle magazine, Cooking with Paula Deen showcases down-home recipes and cooking tips, entertaining inspiration, travel suggestions, home decorating ideas, and much more.

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' tis the season

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! From decking the halls and catching up with dear friends to whipping up scrumptious meals for my family, this truly is the most wonderful time of the year.Every year, I look forward to putting up all my Christmas décor and filling my home with cheer. I start by decorating my front door and adding a pretty wreath to the entrance so that the first thing folks see when they visit makes them feel welcome. When it comes to the inside of my house, I like to go all out with beautiful table settings to complement the delicious food we’ll enjoy, and I’m sharing a bunch of ideas to help you create your own Christmas magic. After the house is all…

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naturally elegant

Set a comfortable and rustic table using burlap, touches of plaid, and natural evergreen clippings, enhanced by the glow of candlelight. How ToThe plaid runner over the burlap tablecloth is simply inexpensive fabric cut to the length of the table. The edges are left unfinished to keep the look casual. To make the centerpiece, start with a shallow wooden box or crate, and add silver candlesticks of varying sizes. Fill in with magnolia branches and sprigs of cedar. A: Wood slice chargers add an earthy feel to each place setting and complement the informal dinnerware. B: Wrap larger candles with a wide strip of burlap using straight pins to secure. Follow with a narrow strip of coordinating plaid fabric. C: Nestle pomegranates and…

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white & evergreen

Paula’s favorite color palette for holiday tablescapes is the timeless yet sophisticated combination of silver and white paired with soft greens and evergreen trimmings from her yard. How ToThroughout the holidays, Paula’s family heirloom silver makes its way to her tables and buffets along with silver vessels filled with white roses, magnolia leaves, spruce and boxwood clippings, and holly from her gardens. It’s such a beautiful backdrop for the many meals she stages for family and friends. A: Place markers crafted from simple white gift tags are tied to the folded napkin pockets using thin velvet ribbon accented with a small ornament and a sprig of boxwood. B: Mercury glass ornaments become small vases by removing the hook and cap on top and hot-gluing a…

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welcoming wreaths

Front porches welcome guests year-round but are especially inviting when all dressed up for the holidays. With a few well-placed touches of garland, florals and natural elements, and bows, you’re ready to greet the season and your visitors. Adorn your doors and windows with beautiful wreaths of fresh greenery, bold bows, and whimsical creations made from items around your home. These merry and bright decorations will fill your house with the spirit of the season. Natural Elements A: Paula created this large wreath using assorted natural mosses that she collected on a trip to Lake Oconee, Georgia. B: The clean look of this wreath is achieved by combining various shades of green and the textures of the leaves, grass, flowers, and ribbon. C: The…

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let it snow

If you dream of a white Christmas, these easy-to-make snow globes will fill your home with whimsical, wintry charm. How To Glue small bottle brush trees to the inside lid of canning jars. Add granulated sugar to jars, then attach lids. Turn jars upside down so sugar falls to the lids and resembles snow around the trees. ■…

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pretty presents

These brown paper packages tied up with string are sure to be some of your favorite things. Display them under your tree, on your tables, and all around your home as your nearest and dearest anticipate the excitement of Christmas morning and the gift of giving. How To A: Combine several different ribbons of your choice to make a bow around a present. Place peppermint candy canes or lollipops under the ribbons for a fun, edible gift tie-on. B: Tie packages with yarn. Cut Christmas cards in half, and use glue dots to attach the decorative portion of the cards to gifts. Save Christmas cards each year from family and friends to embellish your holiday packages. C: Use a sprig of dusty miller,…

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