With so many items designated towards Halloween food, (The cookies and their cut-outs, the various candies and chocolates), why not stuff for some Christmas candy and things like that? The only two Christmas-esque foods are the Roasted Turkey and Meat Pie.
Candy Cane - Jam Making. Add Mint as an item purchaseable from shops (Mint tea could be a thing too), Sugar and Water.
Fruit Cake (Baking)-Mixed Fruit, Barley Flour, Sugar.
Mulled Wine (Boiling)-Emain Macha Wine, Apple, Orange.
Eggnog (Boiling)-Egg, Milk, Brifne Whiskey
Roasted Walnut (Baking)-Walnut
Roasted Chestnut (Baking)-Chestnut
Stollen (Baking)-Wheat Flour, Butter, Mixed Fruits.
Roast Carrots (Baking. I usually have 'em, biased a bit)-Carrot, Butter, Salt.
Chocolate Yule Log-(Baking.) Wheat Flour, Chocolate, Sugar.
Mashed Potato (Mixing or Baking. WHY DO WE NOT HAVE THIS?!)-Potato, Salt, Butter. (Make Garlic Mashed Potato for mixing and we're good.)
Roast Ham (Baking)-Large Meat, Berry, Salt.
Christmas Cookies (All Baking);
Sugar Cookies-Sugar, Wheat Flour, and Butter.
Gingerbread-Add Ginger as an item from Ingredient Hunting, Wheat Flour and Butter.
Snowball Cookie-Walnut, Wheat Flower, Sugar.
More recipes to add to the Cooking Journal.
And I like how you didn't ignore Ingredient Hunting ingredients and added some recipes that involved them.
These are cool ideas.
Eventually they could add more Holiday-themed dishes, like more Candy/Chocolate stuff for Valentines Day or something.
Though, speaing of Ingredient Hunting, I wish they'd add a use for Fan Mussels and Scallops.
Steamed fan mussels, paella all sound good.
Butter seared scallops, scallop sushi...
They need to add sushi making/rolling kimbap rolling for cooking.
Cooking needs update!
And bring back doki doki island recipes, I have tuna, salmon, snapper and capelin stashed somewhere.
And this is just to start list.