Christmas came and went. All we did was eat! The holidays is a wonderful time to gather together with loved ones and enjoy delicious foods together. In Hawaii, we have a mixed pot of ethnicities and that means there’s a variety of foods on the menu, plus the local grinds!
We had our annual prime rib, courtesy of Costco. This dish never disappoints. It’s so tasty! It’s pricey, but it’s worth every penny! Yummy!
I also made fresh cream corn for the first time. I came across a recipe on Delish.com.
It’s super simple. The following ingredients included:
- 2 c. milk (I used lactose-free skim milk)
- 1/2 c. unsalted butter
- 16 oz. cream cheese
- 3 bags of frozen organic corn (you can also use canned corn, too)
- 1 tbsp. organic sugar
- fresh black pepper
- garlic salt
- garlic powder
I slow-cooked it on high for four hours. My Crock Pot did not have the two-hour feature.
We had leftover bacon from our Christmas breakfast, but forgot to add it in afterwards. Also, decided not to add in the green onions. This dish was a hit, nonetheless! Everyone loved it. Guess this’ll be a dish that will be added to the holiday dinner menu! Yay!
Have a blessed New Year’s celebrations. Be safe!