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Monday, December 20, 2010

Time to play catch up! I've been meaning to post, but the hubs was home a lot last week (he doesn't really have to work much till after the new year now), and it's hard to get a free moment when he's around!

I finished all the Christmas cookies last Tuesday. Whew. That sure turned into quite a task! I love baking though (would I love it as much without my "cinnamon" Kitchenaid? probably not...) and I'm already thinking about maybe trying out some new cookie recipes before we leave for Orlando.
I put together about 10 plates of cookies for all the guys in Jacob's shop, and still had some left over for us.



I made 4 more types of cookies to add the the Rudolph and spritz cookies that I already blogged about.
Pumpkin Ginger cookies (AMAZING. Probably some of the best cookies I've ever baked)
Choc. Chip shortbread sticks



Sugar Cookie cut-outs
Peppermint bark (Both milk chocolate and white chocolate)



Message me if you would like any of these recipes!
Thursday night was the holiday party. To be completely honest, I don't remember much and neither does my hubby. The general consensus was that this party was going to be pretty boring (it was basically on a farm, and not a neat one), so we met up with a few people to have drinks beforehand.
Here's Jacob and I before the party:



This week will most likely be full of some last minute shopping, and lots of free time to just enjoy ourselves. And maybe a project or two to keep myself entertained...

4 comments:

  1. All of those cookies look delicious!!!

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  2. I would love your recipe for the pumpkin ginger cookies!!!! They sound delicious!

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  3. Your spread of cookies looks amazing!!! It makes me want to get into the kitchen and get going... I usually do the same thing each year but seem to be sorely behind. PS you guys are adorable together!!

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  4. please excuse the previous comment... my husband was signed in on the computer and it came up mathew!

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