Deer me. This herd is headed to my talented friend Jade; she is giving them out to her clients as a little gift when they come in to see her during the holiday season. Cookies are a brilliant idea for a reasonably priced, sweet treat for the holidays! A perfect aREINgement, for sure.
The main jolly old elf and his helpers made an appearance at this celebration. The helper elves were called out by name as they brought sweet treats to good girls (and boys). Ornaments added to the festive setting. Loosen those belts and let the season begin!
Yes, yes. We love Thanksgiving, what with family, friends, food and all. But sometimes there are those awkward moments where the conversation falls off and … Like Cards against Humanity, here are some topics that can reboot that dinner table chitchat to awesome(Cranberry)SAUCE. Interestingly, turkey has no more L-trypotophan than red meats, cheese, chocolate, oats… but, hey, where there’s a couch, there’s a way! Happy Napzzz!
Cue Meghan Trainor music.
It’s all about that baste, ’bout that baste, moist turkey.
I wish I had thought this idea up on my own. I saw it somewhere on the internet last year (sorry I am not crediting the “author”; let me know if you know who that is); the idea has been in the back recesses of my mind ever since waiting to be cookie.fied. It works beautifully as a Valentines set. We’re (not) playing games this February 14th!
Just in QUESO you’re going to a holiday wine and cheese party… Or if you have a friend that is a cheesemonger (I do). Really, really- it’s NACHO fault if you are shaking your head; I CAMEMBERT when I didn’t take advantage of every opportunity to make a play on words.
The annual girlfriends Christmas party had a southwestern food theme this year. I asked the hostess if she wanted Christmas or southwestern themed cookies. Both? she inquired. Why, yes, we can.
Wanted to make something “on point…” (or at least pointed. Looking sharp, eh?)
Who doesn’t think of cow skulls with festive garland when Christmas comes to mind? I mean, really…