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Mac's Christmas Morning Kombucha Mimosa

Craving a mimosa but want to mix it up? Check out the easiest twist on this classic cocktail to ring in Christmas morning: the Kombucha Mimosa! There are tons of kombucha flavors you could easily substitute, because, let's face it, it's rare for a flavor profile to clash with Champagne or Prosecco (though we do recommend staying away from GT's MultiGreen). A mimosa is best served with either a brut Champagne or Prosecco. A traditional mimosa is 1/2 wine and 1/2 orange juice, and we did the same with kombucha. 

 

DIY Gifts for the Holidays

Make gift giving extra meaningful this year by making your own gifts! Not only will these gifts be fun and affordable to make, they also can ship well as holiday care packages.

Learn how to make:

  • Fudge Brownies In a Jar

  • Infused Honey (Lavender & Tulsi Basil are great options)

  • Meyer Lemon Infused Salt

  • Cumin & Coriander Infused Salt

  • Zinfandel Infused Salt

Sarah's Kitchen Creations: Latkes

Try these decadent latkes for Chanukah this year! Made with local PrairiErth Farm potatoes, yellow onion, local eggs, a little matzo meal, and some scallions, these latkes are perfect when topped with sour cream and applesauce.

What you'll need for Latkes:

2lb bag of local & organic gold potatoes from PrairiErth Farm, grated

1 organic yellow onion, grated

1/2 cup organic green onions, thinly sliced (more for garnish)

1/4 Manischewitz matzo meal (if not available breadcrumbs or flour will do)

Sarah's Kitchen Creations: Chicken Piccata Sheet Tray Meal

This lemony chicken piccata is absolutely delicious - you'll have to try this baked version. This sheet tray meal is meant for days you just want to throw ingredients on a pan, step away from the kitchen, and pull out a ready-to-eat dinner from the oven. It's so colorful and perfectly flavored, you'll want to make it regularly.

What you'll need for Chicken Piccata Sheet Tray Meal:

1 package bone-in & skin-on chicken thighs from Farmer Focus

2 T. organic Italian seasoning from bulk section

1 tsp organic dried basil from bulk section

Sarah's Kitchen Creations: Pierogies with Gorgonzola & Bell Pepper

These potato pierogies are an exciting dish to make with a partner, kiddo, or your quaranteam. The filling incorporates gorgonzola cheese, giving it the perfect level of saltiness. The onion, garlic, and peppers boost the filling to add a bit more color and flavor to each bite. Make one batch and you'll have decadent pierogies for days!

What you'll need for Pierogies with Gorgonzola & Bell Pepper:

Pierogi Dough

4 cups all-purpose flour

½ teaspoon salt

1 cup water

2 local eggs 
 

Sarah's Kitchen Creations: Purple Mashed Potatoes

Want to make mashed potatoes more special for the holidays? Use local purple mashed potatoes from PrairiErth Farm! It makes a pretty lavender-colored mashed potatoes. Leave the skins on and boil the potatoes whole to keep more of the color.

What you need for Purple Mashed Potatoes:

15 small local and organic purple potatoes from PrairiErth Farm

1/2 pint local heavy whipping cream from Kilgus Farmstead (or other milk/milk substitute)

3 garlic cloves

1/2 stick Westby butter (or a whole stick if you want it extra buttery)

Sarah's Kitchen Creations: Local Pear Prosciutto Pecan Galette

Impress your family with this gorgeous and decadent galette highlighting local ripe pears, artisan prosciutto, regional Voss pecans, and local gouda cheese.

What you need for Pear Proscuitto Pecan Galette:

1 package frozen Dufour Puff Pastry, thawed in the fridge for a day

1/2 block local gouda cheese from Marcoot Jersey Creamery, grated

3 local pears from Cary's Garden of Eatin', thinly sliced

1/2 cup regional Voss pecans from bulk section

1 package La Quercia prosciutto americano

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