Day 9 of Giving Thanks: Comfort Foods

Living in another country is a wonderful experience, but every now and again the inevitable pangs of homesickness (or melancholy in general) set in. When this happens, I turn to my cookbooks and favorite recipes and work a little kitchen magic. Granted, it’s not much good for my waistline, but food has such a strong [Read On]

Christmas Cookie Snowday

Since our school district cancelled school at 8:45 the night before (and about 6 hours before the snowstorm even started) we had an early start to our Christmas holiday. With Pete outside shoveling snow, I opted for a warmer way to pass the morning – cutout cookies! (Ok, so I bought the precut frozen sugar [Read On]

Christmas Cookie Snowday

Since our school district cancelled school at 8:45 the night before (and about 6 hours before the snowstorm even started) we had an early start to our Christmas holiday. With Pete outside shoveling snow, I opted for a warmer way to pass the morning – cutout cookies! (Ok, so I bought the precut frozen sugar [Read On]

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