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December 24, 2010

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joanntx

mom used to make Peanut Butter Blossoms!!! (last picture!) thank you for the memories!

i've been lucky that i'm making my pumpkin bread for everyone! the Christmix Trash will have to wait for another year. its no fun being under the weather during the holidays. time off an i've been battling a cold! :(

for christmas dinner i bring the Pumpkin Crunch Cake! my friends husband scolded me at thanksgiving cause i brought the pumpking bundt cake ~ by the way i loved it!

love the look of the reindeer eyes! will have to try that some year!

Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas! now i'll get back to my baking!

LLLLLY!!!

Margaret

Wow, what a lot of baking! Looks so yummy too! Hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas!

Kristen from MA

I'm vegetarian, but I could easily make a 'meal' of the Fleur de Sel Caramels!! Yummmmmm!

I think it's wonderful that you are continuing your MIL's traditions for your family. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday. Cheers!

Joanie

Merry Christmas, Paulette! I'm baking too!

Cathryn

Hmmmmm, warm, yummy Christmas memories. Merry Christmas to you and yours from our house to yours. Cathryn :)

connie

Everything looks and sounds just wonderful. Thank Sophie for the link to making those wonderful snowflakes. I'm off to make some right now.

Merry Christmas!!!

Sheryl

Merry Christmas to you and your family. I am going to make some of those pretzels in the future. Thanks for sharing. And I love the snowflakes, I'm going to make some of those too.
Pals,
Sheryl

Betty

All these cookies really look jummie!

As a Christmas present, I've got 2 of your designs: Olga and her friend Boris. They really are cute, and I want to stitch them right away. So thank you for designing those, I really love them!

I wish you and your familiy a very mery Christmas!

lilicouette

hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ça à l'air bon!!! (it seems so delicious!) i envy you :)
wish you have a wonderful christmas with yours, i wish you too, a lot of love and tenderness for the year to come!
à bientôt
Lili

Vicki

I didn't have a name for the pretzels with chocolate. The way I learned to make these is line a cookie sheet with the pretzels- single layer. Unwrap and put a hersheys hug on the center of each one. Bake 200 degree oven for 4 minutes. Remove from over and place an m&m in the center--- Really easy!!!

Nia

Oh! I would love to make those on the last picture! :D
All looks so yummy! :p

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