One thing we can't get enough of this time of year? Food! We have a few chefs here at the office, who delighted us with their dishes at our annual pot-luck. Luckily, they have decided to share some of their secrets.
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Alice Ontiveros, Customer Service Representative
A copycat recipe from the Sweet Tomatoes restaurant, this soup would be a perfect way to use up any leftover holiday turkey.
Elizabeth Dukes, EVP & Chief Marketing Officer
Queso is always a hit at any party, and this one is easy to make but has interesting flavor thanks to a few special ingredients.
George Banos, Project Manager
This mild classic Indian dish pairs wonderfully with basmati rice or the traditional Indian bread, naan.
Kaitlan Whitteberry, Social Media Manager
These bite-size cookies are also known as Mexican Wedding cookies, Russian Tea cakes, or Italian Wedding cookies, depending on what part of the world you enjoy them in.
Renee Hammond, Administrative Assistant
A true holiday classic, this is sure to please any guests that happen to stop by! You can also make a non-alcoholic version as a special drink for your kids.
Sammy Samperi, Customer Service Representative
This recipe is from a true Italian, so you know it's good! It would pair nicely with spaghetti and marinara or sliced and mixed with a cream-based pasta dish.
We hope you enjoy these and please, if you have a favorite original recipe, share it in the comments.