MH Holiday Cocktail Contest Update

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Check out these green apple martinis part of an upcoming MH episode

We’ve been getting some really creative holiday recipes—keep them coming! Has anybody tried Lo’s egg nog or my lemon drop-champagne punch? Sam will be posting her fave holiday drink later this week too.

And, just a quick reminder: remember to include a picture of your holiday cocktail! It doesn’t have to be a super fancy glamour shot, we just need something to look at so make sure to attach them. If you already sent your recipe in without one, just forward along the picture. Thanks!

PS–How did you guys like the holiday special last night?

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  • Elizabeth December 7, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    Here ya go: Bourbon Maple Milk Punch. Feel free to pull the photo off the blog.

  • Isabel Tartaglia December 7, 2010 at 3:30 pm

    I loved the Christmas episode last night. It was amazing! I would like to get the recipes but I have not been able to find them. Would you please let me know how to? I cannot wait to try cooking them for my family. Lucinda you have a beautiful family. I enjoy your shows very much. Thanks for sharing your cooking talent.

  • Camille Gerbyshak December 7, 2010 at 4:39 pm

    I loved the show! Thanks again for putting together such an amazing show and I love the emphasis on family, it is so wonderful! And YUMMY recipes! Thanks again!

  • Steve Shearin December 7, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    Merry Christmas! I came across your show last night and was instantly addicted. Loved the meal (prime rib, potatos, peas with mint and onions, yorkshire pudding, more) HOWEVER I can not find the recipes anywhere on the web sites. I would LOVE to cook this meal with my family Christmas morning – can you please help? thanks from Fort Worth.

  • glee December 7, 2010 at 6:18 pm

    I recorded it. Can’t wait to watch it w/ my mom when she comes over tonight!

  • marvette wallace December 9, 2010 at 5:48 pm

    I loved the show!
    It was great seeing your family! I have a 14 month old son and seeing you with your grown sons really warms my heart! I can’t wait to spend these years with my son and watch him as a grown man. I loved the dinner and hope to recreate it for my family! I love Yorkshire pudding, roast beef, and gravy! I was happy to see the vegatable recipes too!

  • Giana Forzareli August 15, 2012 at 8:51 am

    Ohhh yummy! I love classy drink recipes. After college I found that there is a huge world of respectable drink recipes. I have a bunch of guy friends that all love the television show “Mad Men.” Overtime I became a huge fan as well. This season’s premiere we made Manhattans and Old Fashions. It was a great time and a cool sight to see. We used old mason jars to display the drinks for our glamor shots reviews. I will have to get the shots from my buddy and post them. Thanks for sharing!

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