|Busy week for all of us, yes? I will be lucky to get a little stitching done because I bake. I bake for Thanksgiving dinner, pies, cookies, deserts etc. I bake for our Church Tea after Thanksgiving morning service and I start my cookie baking for Holiday gifts. I have a little collection of recipes that freeze very well. I like to make one type of cookie per week. Scanning my collection is the fun part. Narrowing the scope is the tricky part. I am really not a 'baker' per se, but for the Holidays I step up. Since I have not done this for the last two years I will be spending some time working on the plan.|
This is a cookie that stores very well, introducing the
Chewy Chocolate-Gingerbread Cookies
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Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Wednesday, Thanksgiving Week, a Vintage Greeting and a Cookie!
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