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Radio Smart Talk for Tuesday, December 18:
After all the presents are unwrapped Christmas morning, the attention will turn to dinner. That usually means families gathering for one of the biggest, if not THE largest, sit down meals of the year. Often, the Christmas dinners provide the most memories of the holiday.
Sharing time with loved ones is a special part of the Christmas dinner but so is the food. Will it be turkey or ham this year? Maybe the main course is unique to your family or your family's background. What about desserts and sweets? Christmas day can be a great time to experiment with a new recipe.
On Tuesday's Radio Smart Talk, Chef Donna Marie Desfor joins us with a few Christmas dinner ideas and tips and to answer your questions about holiday cooking.
We’d like to share your holiday recipes as well. Submit a recipe on the comments section of www.witf.org under the description of Tuesday’s Radio Smart Talk. We’ll try to share it on-the-air and direct our audience’s attention to your recipe.
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Bernadette "Bunny" Zotter and Chef Donna discuss Holiday Food on Radio Smart Talk.
Bernadette "Bunny" Zotter, Chef Donna Marie Desfor, Scott LaMar
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