Thursday, December 10, 2009

Forget About Chestnuts, I'll Take Peppermint Bark, please!

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One of my followers on Twitter (you can follow me too, by the way!) mentioned that my tweets heavily feature holiday foods. And here is why: I love holiday food.

A blog I've been visiting regularly for my holiday-food-fix is The Red Deer. I look at the pictures of Alicia's peppermint bark, her iced lemon cookies, her white rocky road... and sigh.

So enjoy her lovely food pics and recipes (and clever writing!).
Pure holiday-food-joy.



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17 comments:

  1. i agree, holiday food is wonderful thing! i'm going to a cookie exchange tommorrow night, i can't wait to bake some yummy cookies :) i think i'm going to make russian tea cakes aka snowball cookies.

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  2. These are making me hungry.Gingerbread houses are my favourite. Well, gingerbread anything really. Yay for holiday food!

    xx

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  3. I loooove holiday food, too! I recently found a recipe for blackberry wine cake--it's not strictly a holiday cake, but it's very appropriate for this time of year. I'm looking forward to baking it again for Christmas.

    Thank you for visiting my blog! The online humanities classes do look awesome, don't they?

    Johanna

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  4. I love too haliday food, especially french food!

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  5. *drool* Good thing it's close to lunchtime here, your blog has made me hungry. :)

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  6. Oh, me too!

    The food is one of my favorite parts of the holidays. It's just not Christmas without family, friends & cookies :)

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  7. Mmmm mmm mmm love all the holiday goodies!

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  8. Yum plus yum. Thanks. Now I'm hungry for all the wrong things!

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  9. Those desserts look so yumm-o! Btw, thanks for sending me the song as well recommending those books. i'll look them up next time i'm at the bookstore. Have a great weekend :)

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  10. Oh, yum! I'll definitely be visiting her blog! I've been craving peppermint bark for a few weeks now, but haven't gotten my hands on any yet...

    P.S. Thank you for the last comment you left me. It was so sweet! I decided to start rereading the Emily series and I'm so glad I did. I've been reading through each page with a big grin on my face :)

    P.P.S. I just started following you on Twitter. Yay! I seem to tweet about food a lot, too. And tea. Hehe.

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  11. Thanks for the sweet comment ;-) I love holiday food as well, and those photos make me sooo hungry! I think it's time to bake sugar cookies... Love your music too!

    http://pixiedrivein.blogspot.com/

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  12. I love peppermint bark! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my John Stamos post honey. I am so in love with him...so sexy! Kori xoxo

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  13. Love how the gingerbreads are decorate- the gingerbread house too!

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  14. Oh, all of this looks delicious. I am such a sweets person - YUM. Sugar? Yes, please!!

    I got your card as well! Adorable. Thank you! :)

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  15. Ohhhhhhh yes! It's not the holidays without Peppermint Bark!

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  16. Peppermint bark really is scrumptiously wonderful and so evocative of the season! I hadn't thought about it yet this season, but now have a massive craving :D


    Many thanks for your beautiful comments, Emma dear, I appreciate your visits so much!
    ♥ Jessica

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