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This garlicky roast cooks for around 3 hours, meaning you'll get delicious flavor and great smells in your home.
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Mini Mushroom Pies
Rating: Unrated
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You can make these day-of or up to 6 hours ahead. Just warm them up in the oven for a couple of minutes before serving.
You'll need 8 hours for chilling, so your best bet is to make this the night before and let it chill until the next evening.
Whip this up in the afternoon, pop it in the fridge, and it'll be ready to go by dessert time!
The savory cheese-anchovy dressing makes this salad feel extra special for the holiday feast.
Artichoke Dip Garlic Bread
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This cheesy garlic bread only takes 20 minutes to make and will feed a crowd of 16.
Toss this stew together, and let it simmer while you prep the rest of the holiday feast.
Big crowd? Keep the holiday appetizer simple with fancy canned seafood, an easy dip, and your favorite crackers.
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Pumpkin Mousse Pie
Rating: Unrated
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This no-bake dessert gets gussied up with crunchy candied pepitas.
Store-bought crust and a jar of fig jam make this dessert easy to put together.