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I had high hopes for this series, but what came out of it was even more amazing than what I had anticipated! The pictures, the stories, the creativity in the dishes…amazing. Simply amazing. 

I can’t thank everyone enough for participating in The Holiday Project. It made my holiday spirit burst at the seams! You guys rock. And to everyone that took time to read the guest posts, thank you for all of your sweet comments!

Here’s a final round up of all the readers and bloggers who participated.

Can’t wait to do this again next year!

  1. Bacon-Wrapped Abalone Poppers (By reader: Tammer from Oakland, California)
  2. Caramel-Glazed Apple Cake with Caramel Whipped Cream (By blogger: Rachel from Bakerita)
  3. Butternut Squash Soup (By reader: Lily from Brooklyn, New York)
  4. Whole Wheat Pomegranate Scones (By blogger: Laura from Family Spice)
  5. Piroghy Pie (By reader: Kristin from Elk Gove, California)
  6. Grain-Free Gingerbread Men (By blogger: Jenna from The Paleo Project)
  7. Beer Brewing, IPA Chicken Pockets, Stout Infused Pork and Chipa (By readers Amanda from Davis, California and Will from Chico, California)
  8. How to Holiday with an Australian Accent: Sausage Rolls and Pavlova (By blogger: Lucy from Lucy vs. the Globe)
  9. Teddy Bear Cake Pops (By reader Kaitlin from Woodland, California)
  10. Caribbean Eggplant Soup (By blogger Carsley from The Deep Dish)
  11. Chicken Taquitos with Homemade Guacamole and Salsa (By reader Adriana from Sacramento, California)
  12. Marinated Olives and Cheese (By blogger Carry from Our Life In Food)
  13. Strawberry Guava Crisp (By reader Jenna from Santa Barbara, California)
  14. Chocolate Chip Cupcakes with Mint Buttercream (By blogger Brooke from Baking With Basil)
  15. Rum Cake (By reader Monica from Walnut Creek, California)
  16. Holiday Health (By blogger Liz from It’s Unbeweavable!)
  17. Tres Leches Cake (By reader Alberto from Woodland, California)
  18. Speculaas: Dutch Spiced Biscuits (By blogger Yasmeen from Wandering Spice)
  19. Lasagna with Bolognese and Bechamel (By reader Lori from San Diego, California)
  20. The Power of the Internet and Friendship (By bloggers Camille and Marie from MyFudo)
  21. ‘Banh Mi’ — A Gourmet Vietnamese-Style Sandwich (By readers Sheeter and Nicole from Davis, California)
  22. Green Turkey and White Bean Chipotle Chili (By blogger Hayley from Simply Scrumptious)
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  8 Responses to “The 2011 Holiday Project Round Up”

  1. The Holiday Project was awesome and found some great food bloggers to follow as well as great recipes to try out!!! Happy New Year!

  2. The Holiday Project was awesome and found some great food bloggers to follow as well as great recipes to try out!!! Happy New Year!

  3. Loved the Holiday Project! Thanks for sharing:)

  4. Thanks, Renee! Let me know if you end up trying out any new recipes! Happy New Year to you too!! :)

  5. Wonderfully done! What a great round up!

  6. Wow! It’s like a beautiful quilt of food. Great job Steph! :)

  7. I’d say the Holiday Project was a success! I think I may need to test out some of those recipes… Awesome idea, Steph!

  8. What an incredible line up of recipes!! Yummy!

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