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2B — Holiday Gift Guide — November 2012

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Prep the Night Before — save time by chopping vegetables or prepping glazes the day before. For example, prepare the spread for Goat Cheese Bruschetta with Berry-thyme spread the night before. the day of the party, toast baguette slices 10 minutes before guests arrive, and the delicious appetizer will come together in minutes.

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Prearrange transportation home for guests. a successful holiday party is one that is safe, so be sure to prearrange travel home for guests just in case anyone overindulges in holiday cheer. When sending out invitations, seek volunteers to be designated drivers, and avoid drinking alcohol yourself. For larger parties, call a local taxi service and arrange for a couple of cabs to be on call when the party ends.

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Trees for Troops In conjunction with the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation, FedEx donates transportation and logistics services to help deliver Christmas trees to acti­ vated service members and their families. Since the program began in 2005, Trees for Troops has delivered more than 100,000 trees to troops stationed at more than 60 bases around the world. Here’s how you can help spread holiday cheer to military families:

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Smart Packing Tips

he holidays are usually pretty hectic, and the last thing you need is to stress over shipping your holiday gifts. With mil­ lions of packages moving across the country every day, knowing how to pack and when to ship your gifts can save you time and money, taking the hassle out of holiday shipping. These tips will help you ensure the safe and timely delivery of your holiday packages.

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fragile items with 3 inches of cushioning in and around the smaller box.

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the shipping label squarely on the most visible side of the con­ tainer away from any folds or seams. Provide complete sender and recipi­ ent addresses, including zip codes and telephone numbers. Make sure the label is properly and securely attached. FedEx also recommends placing an extra label, business card or letterhead with the shipper’s address and phone number inside the package before sealing it.

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your gifts ahead. If you are traveling this holiday season, take the hassle out of carrying wrapped pack­ ages with you by sending your gifts ahead of your arrival.

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early in the season. This will allow you to avoid the lines and pro­ vide you with a greater selection of shipping service options.

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raveling during the holiday season is a mixed bless­ ing. School vacations and time off from work provide great opportunities to spend a “White Christmas” with faraway fam­ ily and friends or sneak in an end-of-year getaway via “The Polar Express.” At the same time, holiday travel can be both expen­ sive and stressful. While it’s all but impossible to avoid the costs and crowds completely, with these time-honored travel strate­ gies, travelers can prevent “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and find yourself uttering, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

Christmas travel, make every effort to purchase tickets early.

Go off-peak. Weekend travel, which often includes Fridays and Mondays, is almost always more expensive than travel during the week. If possible, schedule both departing and returning flights for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Timing is everything.

Typically, there is less demand for the first and last flights of the day, which means less competition for seats and the possibility of lower fares. If you can fly on the big day itself, even better. While you Book now, go later. The first may be able to snag great deals on Christmas day flights, January rule of thumb for holiday travel 1st tends to be a more popular is to make travel plans as far in travel day. Another option? Plan advance as possible. By booking your trip for the week between months ahead of your departure Christmas and New Year’s, when date, you can lock in lower air­ many travelers have already set­ fares and seat assignments. For

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can be had by using different car­ riers for incoming and outgoing flights or by booking two one-way flights rather than a round-trip. By checking a variety of sites — including both individual air­ lines and aggregator sites such as kayak.com and bookingbuddy. com, which search several dif­ ferent travel sites simultaneously — you can rest assured that you got the best available prices and flights. In addition, by book­ ing flights, hotels and rental cars through the same travel site, be it a single site or a travel aggregator,

you may be able to score even bet­ ter deals.

Don’t dodge the details.

These days, airlines are once again charging passengers for a variety of items that were once included in their posted airfares. Be sure to note whether a published airfare includes all taxes and fees and check each carrier’s baggage pol­ icy. And when reviewing airfares, make sure that you are comparing “apples to apples.” In other words, be certain that the two airfares both include or exclude taxes, fees and baggage charges, snacks, and things like upgrade fees for addi­ tional legroom. Do delay! Sometimes waiting until the eleventh hour isn’t such a bad idea, especially when lastminute fares can save you money or open the door to a spur-of-themoment vacation.

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or many home cooks, the choice of a main dish is simple — but choosing all the other dishes isn’t always easy. Do you serve the same side dishes you always do, or try something different? What appetizers should you make — and can you find recipes that aren’t complicated and time consuming? If choosing holiday starters and sides is leav­ing you stressed, relax. These recipes will let you serve up some traditional flavors with a fun twist — and they won’t keep you trapped in the kitchen. Put a fun — and delicious — spin on the holiday favorites of mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes. Mashtinis were created to spice up your enter­ taining options this holiday. They start with Mashed Potatoes (found in your grocer’s refrigerated

section), so a lot of the work has already been done for you. Served up in a martini glass, they’ll be the talk of the party. n The Sweet Tater Twist Mashtini gives you all your favorite sweet potato casserole flavors and adds a little smoky bacon and sweet maple syrup. n The Classy Carbonara Mashtini brings in crisp prosciutto, bright green peas, grape tomatoes and herbed cheese for an elegant mashed potato dish that’s a cinch to make. For some easy, more traditional appetizers to feed a crowd, try Stuffed Mushrooms filled with spinach, sausage, Italian cheese and bread crumbs. And with just two ingredients, Sausage Pinwheels couldn’t be easier to make. You’ll enjoy cooking for the holidays when you choose easy starters and sides like these.

Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Yields: 10 servings 1 pound Savory Sage Sausage OR 1 pound Italian Sausage Roll 1/2 box frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained (10 ounces) 1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs 1/4 cup shredded Italian three cheese blend, divided 50 cleaned mushroom caps Preheat oven to 375°F. In large skillet, cook and crumble sausage until brown. Remove and place in large mixing bowl. Squeeze liquid out of spinach. Mix into the sausage mixture: spinach, bread crumbs, and half of the cheese, blend well. Lightly spray baking sheet with cooking spray. Form balls with about a table­spoon of sausage mixture, and place in cleaned mushroom caps. Top stuffed mushrooms with remaining cheese blend. Place mushroom caps on baking sheet. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, or until mushrooms are tender.

Make ahead and freeze, then pull out and bake when unexpected guests pop in. Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes Yields: 36 servings 1 pound Original Recipe Sausage Roll, at room temperature 1 can crescent roll dough (8 ounces) Remove crescent roll dough from can. Do not separate rolls. On top of a piece of plastic wrap or aluminum foil, pinch triangles together, and then pinch the rectangles together to form a long rectangle that is about 18 x 14 inches, gently pulling dough as needed. Carefully spread sausage in an even layer over dough. Roll dough lengthwise to form a long roll. Wrap in the plastic wrap or foil. Freeze for 15 minutes. Preheat oven to 350°F. Using a serrated knife, cut dough into 1/2-inch-thick slices. Place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake 15 to 20 minutes, or until sausage is cooked through. Drain off any juices. Serve hot. Refrigerate leftovers. Serving suggestion: This recipe may be doubled. Pinwheels may be frozen after slicing. When ready to serve, thaw slices in refrigerator for 30 to 60 minutes and bake.

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Poinsettias Poinsettias remain one of the most popular holiday flowers. Their vibrant colors are as welcome as holly and berries at Christmas — and many people want to keep their plants healthy so they last longer than the festive season. 

When You First Bring Your Poinsettia Home

have and once again keep it at a temperature of Light - Place it near a sunny window. South, east or 65 - 75 degrees F. Continue watering whenever the west facing windows are preferable to a north facing surface of the soil feels dry. Watch for new growth. window. Poinsettias are tropicals and will appreciate Once new growth appears, begin fertilizing every as much direct sunlight as you can provide. two weeks with a complete fertilizer. Heat - To keep the poinsettia in bloom as long as June: Move the poinsettia outside, pot and all. Keep possible, maintain a temperature of 65 - 75 degrees it in a partially shaded location and maintain your F. during the day. Dropping the temperature to watering and fertilizing schedule. about 60 degrees F. at night will not hurt the plant. July: In early July, pinch back each stem by about However, cold drafts or allowing the leaves to touch one inch. This is to encourage a stout, well branched a cold window can injure the leaves and cause plant. If left un-pinched, the poinsettia will grow premature leaf drop. tall and spindly. Water - Water the plant whenever the surface August: By mid-August, the stems should have feels dry to the touch. Water until it drains out the branched and leafed out. Once again, pinch or bottom, but don’t let the plant sit in water. Wilting is cut the new stems, leaving 3-4 leaves on each another common cause of leaf drop. A wilted plant shoot. Bring the plant back indoors and back into can be revived and salvaged, but it will take another your brightest window. Continue watering and season to improve its appearance. fertilizing. Humidity - Lack of humidity during dry seasons, September: Continue regular watering and fertilizing. Make sure the temperature stays above in particular winter, is an ongoing houseplant 65 degrees F. problem. If your home tends to be dry and your poinsettia is in direct light, you will find yourself October: Poinsettias are short-day plants, meaning watering frequently, possibly every day. their bud set is affected by the length of daylight. To re-bloom, poinsettias need about 10 weeks with After Christmas Care 12 hours or less of sunlight per day. You will have January - March: Keep watering the poinsettia to artificially create these conditions and it’s crucial whenever the surface is dry. that you be diligent. Beginning October 1st, keep your plant in complete darkness from 5 pm to 8 April: From the start of the month, gradually am. Any exposure to light will delay blooming. decrease water, allowing it to get dry between Use an opaque box or material to block out light. waterings. Be careful the stem does not begin to shrivel. This is a sign the plant is too stressed and November: Around the last week of November, you is dying. In a week or two, when the plant has can stop the darkness treatment and allow the plant acclimated to this drying process, move it to a cool to remain in the window. You should see flower spot like the basement or a heated garage. You want buds at this point. to keep it at about 60 degrees F. December: Stop fertilizing mid-December. Keep May: In mid-May, cut the stems back to about 4 watering and treat your plant the way you did when inches and repot in a slightly larger container, with you first brought it home in bloom. If all has gone new potting soil. Water it well. Place the newly well, it should be back in bloom and ready to begin the process all over again. potted plant back into the brightest window you

Classy Carbonara Mashtini

Prep time: 20 minutes Yields: 4 Mashtinis 1 package (24 ounces) Original Mashed Potatoes (grocer’s refrigerated section)

2 tablespoons crisped prosciutto, broken into 2-inch pieces 4 tablespoons Boursin cheese 1/4 cup frozen peas, heated 1/2 cup crispy fried shallots 8 grape tomatoes (optional) Prepare mashed potatoes by following the recommended microwave instructions on package. In mixing bowl, place mashed potatoes and cheese. Using a rubber spatula, gently combine mashed potatoes and cheese. Be very careful not to over-mix. Place 3/4 cup mashed potatoes in a martini glass. Stand 3 pieces of crisped prosciutto into mashed potatoes around rim of martini glass so they extend from the mashed potatoes about an inch. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon peas evenly over mashed potatoes. Top lightly with a pinch of crispy fried shallots. Garnish with a skewer of grape tomatoes.

Sweet Tater Twist Mashtini

Prep time: 8 minutes Yields: 4 Mashtinis 1/2 package (12 ounces) Original Mashed Potatoes (grocer’s refrigerated section)

1/2 package (12 ounces) Mashed Sweet Potatoes 1/4 cup mini marshmallows 1/4 cup honey roasted pecans 1/4 cup cooked bacon, crumbled 1/4 cup maple syrup, warm Prepare sweet potatoes by following the recommended microwave instructions on package. Place about 1/3 cup mashed potatoes in bottom of each martini glass. Layer about 1/3 cup (1/8 package) sweet potatoes over mashed potatoes. Repeat layers, using about 1/3 cup mashed potatoes, then 1/3 cup sweet potatoes. Top with 1 tablespoon each marshmallows, pecans and crumbled bacon. Drizzle with 1 tablespoon warmed maple syrup.

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Types of Trees 

The first decision is what type of tree to go for. There are basically three choices: Artificial trees, Pre-Cut Trees, Live, Potted or Balled and Burlaped trees.

Artificial Trees 

These do have their advantages particularly if you have young children or pets as they don’t shed needles and can be packed away every year once you have finished with them. This option can save money in the long run as you won’t be buying a new tree each year.

Pre-Cut Trees 

The obvious advantage of a precut tree is convenience. There are always hundreds to choose from. The retailer will make a clean cut on the trunk for you and they will usually wrap the tree in plastic mesh, making it easier to get into the house and to set up in the stand. The down side to pre-cut trees is that they were probably cut weeks before they appear at nurseries in your area, which is often weeks before Christmas. You are also usually limited as to variety of tree, the bulk of pre-cut trees being some type of balsam. If you are set on a particular variety of evergreen, such as a Douglas Fir, you may have to pay a high price. Finally, the drawback to both pre-cut and cut your own trees is that they are dead and so they are slowing drying out and dropping needles all over your floor and your presents.

Live Trees

The final Christmas tree choice is a live tree. You  may need to pre-order a live tree or even buy

it during the growing season as many can be cut and shipped well before the season. Live trees will, of course, be the freshest choice. If your tree is potted and small enough to move, you can re-use it for several years. But if your objective is to use the tree for the holidays and then plant it in your landscape, there are several more factors to consider, like mature height and width and when are you going to get it into the ground. 

dark green to blue variety. It holds its needles well and is very fragrant.

What to Look For When Choosing a Live Tree

White Fir or Concolor Fir - This fir is relatively new as a Christmas tree and becoming increasingly popular. The blue-green needles are 1/2 to 1-1/2 inches long with both a nice aroma and good needle retention. A very attractive tree.

Needles - Basically there are short-needled spruces and firs and long-needled pines. Of greater concern than needle length is their needle-holding ability. Something like a hemlock is totally unsuitable because the needles start dropping as soon as the tree is cut. Spruces will lose their needles more readily than pines, when drying out. Freshness - A fresh tree will look healthy and green, with few browning needles. The needles will feel pliable and when broken and squeezed, they will exude pitch. A simple test for freshness is rubbing your hand along a branch to see if needles fall off.

Norway Spruce - Pretty tree with poor needle retention. Scotch Pine - This is one of the most popular Christmas trees. The branches are stiff with ridged, dark green needles that hold for four weeks and don’t drop when dry. As a bonus, Scotch Pine has a nice, lasting aroma.

White Pine - White Pines are having a difficult time right now. When healthy, they will retain their blue green needles throughout the holiday season. They make a very full Christmas tree. Because they have little to no fragrance they are a good choice for people who have allergic reaction to the spicier trees.

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