Sunday, December 22, 2013

Celebrating My Way: 4th Sunday of Advent

Well, I know you're all frantically busy 
and I've just taken a second from 
an orgy of biscuit and sweetie making



where we've shared how we celebrate 
the Winter Festivals,
is coming to an end
on the 4th Sunday of Advent

 Today, I'm baking.


And what do dollmakers bake?

Gingerbread men,of course!


A cookie and a doll, all in one!




I'm making these, 
and peanut butter cookies
and chocolate chip,
 as well as tiger butter,
(link for recipe)


(link for recipe)

Free Graphic for Label!
and white chocolate popcorn
which is a first this year for me.

Merry Jingle to you all
and if you don't put on a few pounds
you're not doing it right.

Thank you to Ms Misantropia,
for helping us all share how we celebrate.

Have a wonderful time
and I'll see you in the
New Year.

Blimey, 2014!


21 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes with us!!! I love the White Trash label it's great!!!

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    1. Thank you! Living in Arkansas, I had to make White Trash, but I couldn't find a suitable label; the pin-up girl came to the rescue. Tiger Butter is Hubby's fav and embarrassingly easy to make.

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  2. What a delicious collection of recipes.
    I must make some peanut butter cookies.
    I do love your gingerbread men!

    Have a wonderful Christmas :)

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    1. Thank you! I don't whether to give him buttons or not. Hummm..Either way peanut butter cookies are really nummy, even without extra peanuts and dipped in chocolate.

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  3. Hah, 'White Trash' candies! Like me, you sound like you're up to your eyeballs in goodies - and I agree: One needs to put on some weight during the holidays, or else one is doing it wrong :)

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    1. Exactly. Then in the New Year we can eat salad and go walking and feel all virtuous. Part of the Circle of Life!

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  4. Let me send you my address. Just put the goodies in the box and send them overnight mail! :)

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    1. Sure! That's white chocolate popcorn (horribly addictive), tiger butter, soft batch chocolate chip, soft batch peanut butter cookies and gingerbread people, hearts and rabbits? Let me get a bigger box... You want some homemade doggie biscotti for the pugs, too?

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  5. Those gingerbread men look so cute and wonderful! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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    1. Thank you! Can't resist gingerbread men. What else would a dollmaker bake?

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  6. Hey Young Lady ;o) I think I gained 50 pounds from reading your post! Everything sounds sooooo good!! I have to try some of these recipes out in the new year! Merry Christmas ;o) I hope Santa is good to you ;o) 2014! Yepeee! I feel it's going to be great! Hugs ;o)

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    1. What kind of festivity is it, if we don't pack some lard on our hips, humm? Try the tiger butter. It's just wonderful and looks pretty and artistic, too!!

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  7. Gingerbread! Yum! I haven't had the popcorn but I bet it is great!

    Merry Christmas!

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  8. I will probably spend all day saying, "Sweet. Salty. Rather naughty."
    Happy Holidays, love!

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    1. Merry Jingle. And don't just say it all day. BE it :)

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  9. Oh YUMMMM! Well, I think I gained 2 pounds just looking at these photos... Love your gingerbread man cookies...
    I hope your Christmas was a joyful one Rhissanna... Wishing you a happy new year!
    blessings,
    Penny

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    1. Thank you, Penny! Sorry it's taken me a while to get back. Christmas was non-stop! And wonderful!

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  10. Those look fabulous! You've made me very hungry now. I love the new blog look. I'm wishing you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2014!

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    1. Thank you, Lexa! Happy New year to you, too!

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Thank you all for the wonderful and supportive things you say! I'm thrilled to read them and I reply to each one.