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Christmas specials

Get into the holiday spirit with these Christmas specials that are sure to bring joy and laughter to your celebrations. Discover the best shows and movies that will make your season merry and bright.
1964's 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' was one of the musical Christmas specials that kids waited all year to see - Click Americana Christmas Cartoons, Christmas Movies, Merry Christmas, Christmas Time, Christmas Ideas, Christmas Pageant, Rudolph Christmas, Christmas Buttons, Chritmas

With songs like the title tune and 'Have a Holly Jolly Christmas,' the holiday TV special 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' was a delight for the ears and, thanks to the stop-motion photography, for the eyes.

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Last year we had a look at Christmas specials of the past via some old issues of TV Guide. This time let’s take a more in-depth look at the holiday lineups in selected issues, and really get a feel for what Christmastime programming looked like back in the day in the US. Enjoy. TV Guide … Continue reading "A Very TV Guide Christmas: Holiday Season Television in the 1970s-1980s"

This cranberry and orange buttermilk breakfast cake is a great one to add to your holiday baking repertoire. It takes 10 minutes to prepare, and the batter can be stashed in the fridge and baked in the morning. What's more, it serves 8 to 10 people (or even more if doubled), so it's great for holiday entertaining. #cranberry #orange #buttermilk #breakfast #cake #christmas #holiday #baking Breakfast Cake Recipes, Blueberry Breakfast, Breakfast Dishes, Breakfast Bake, Cranberry Breakfast Recipes, Buttermilk Dessert Recipes, Good Breakfast Ideas, Buttermilk Coffee Cake, Fresh Cranberry Recipes

Notes: This recipe is essentially the Buttermilk Blueberry Breakfast Cake recipe but with cranberries swapped for the blueberries. I've increased the sugar to 1 cup (from 7/8 cup) b/c cranberries are a bit tart and substituted orange zest for the lemon zest. If you don't like cranberries, many people have had luck with frozen blueberries. Also, this batter can be prepared the night before. Don't store it in the pan you plan on baking it in — store it in tupperware of some sort, then transfer…

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