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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Cookie fairies on their own




I understand more are in the refrigerator,
to be baked tomorrow.

Including certain Russian teacakes, to be rolled in a now chopped 
bag of pecans.



18 comments:

  1. oh, cookie fairies are the best, such sweet memories are made

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  2. Did you volunteer for head taster?
    Jane x

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  3. I had a fudge fairy. Epic fail the first try, success the next.

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  4. And the house will smell WONDERFUL as they work...

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  5. Wow! They are doing a fantastic job! Merry Christmas to all. xx

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  6. OH! A real holiday bake fest. Brings me back to my mother-in-laws holiday baking days. She used to put all the holiday cookies in the freezer in hopes it would keep folks from eating them right away. Never did work well. -- barbara

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  7. Russian teacakes are my favorite! Haven't had them in years since my mom was alive. Enjoy! Always glad to have cookie fairies in your house indeed!

    betty

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  8. Blogger like you are putting me in the mood to bake something.

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  9. The elves have been busy.

    Your home looks so warm and cozy, just what I would expect it would be.

    Merry Christmas, Joanne. I have so enjoyed getting to know you and your family these last few years.

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  10. Hari OM
    .... I believe I can smell them from here!!! YAM xx

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  11. I could use a couple of those cookie fairies - I love the cookies but find making them a chore.

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  12. I like that photo of the snow outdoors and the warm kitchen inside.
    And cookies are always a treat.

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  13. I could use those cookie fairies over here for a day...my cookie cupboard is empty.

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  14. My husband has begged me to bake no more, so I must enjoy our folks cookies instead.

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  15. How cool to have your own set of cookie fairies!

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  16. More than half this story is told in pictures, and that makes it all the richer. The tower of assorted tins, for example, speaks to my own experience...

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