Meet The Brass Sisters

By: Roberto Ferdman

The holidays are here and The Brass Sisters are bringing the party.

With a combined total of 114 years of home baking and cooking experience, Marilynn and Sheila Brass have all the home-style, holiday recipes you could possibly want.

Meet them tonight at 8pm ET when they cook up some of their signature dishes, like Sweet Potato Latkes, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting, and Marilynn's Meat Lasagna. Plus a visit to the local fire station for flirting and homemade holiday baked gifts.

Watch them tonight, and get their heart-warming recipes here.

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