Mixed Greens Blog

Mixed Greens Blog
Living Sustainably in the Pacific Northwest

07
December
2011

Holiday Buffet à la Mixed Greens

The northern hemisphere’s darkest days will soon be punctuated by winter rituals and Solstice. Light returns, in tiny increments at first and then in late February like gangbusters. For now families, friends, (football?), a good book, and candlelight sustain us, holy celebrations, solstice and feasting are imminent, and with that the reaching out to humanity. Join us at our Mixed Greens table for some holiday favorites.

 

Pumpkin & Eggnog French Toast       December 25th Holiday Brunch       Maple Roasted Sweet Potatoes

 

Parmesan Baked Potatoes                    Caramelized Shallots                   Wild Mushroom Farro Cakes

Massaged Kale Salad                             PNW Waldorf Salad                 Winter’s Dungeness Crab Salad

Winter’s Tomato Soup                       Spicy Squash & Apple Soup                           Borscht

PNW Appetizers                                        Cheese Fondue                          Horseradish from Scratch

Raw Apple Cake                                 Bring Pears to the Party            Pear Upsidedown Gingerbread Cake

Cranberry Upsidedown Cake             Pumpkin Pie from Scratch                Julia’s Chocolate Mousse

 


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  1. Great posting. I have made several of these — as you know I am especially fond of the raw apple cake. The massaged kale is next on my list to try.

    Do you know that you cannot find farro in the Sequim area? I must remember to shop for some on my next Seattle trip. J

  2. True, the raw apple cake is amazing.
    Bluebird Grains Farms farro is pretty mainstream around Seattle these days and they were recently featured in Sunset mag. Check out the Bluebird Farms website. I think you can order online. Or I can get some for you.