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<49 of 65 >  Peppermint Bark  Simply stir peppermint oil and crushed candy canes into melted white chocolate to make this seasonal treat.  Get the Peppermint Bark Recipe

Peppermint Bark

<49 of 65 > Peppermint Bark Simply stir peppermint oil and crushed candy canes into melted white chocolate to make this seasonal treat. Get the Peppermint Bark Recipe

Root Deer Floats--this totally made me laugh the first time I saw it!  What a clever idea.

Root-DEER Floats!

There's an obvious cult happening all over the internet and home kitchens. All the wonderful and cute blame goes to adorable Angie at Bakerella. Honestly (and unfortunately) we didn't discover the world of Bakerella and Cake Pops until we met Angie at our last Food Blog Forum seminar i

Chocolate Peppermint Marshmallow Pops – Holiday Happiness on a Stick

There's an obvious cult happening all over the internet and home kitchens. All the wonderful and cute blame goes to adorable Angie at Bakerella. Honestly (and unfortunately) we didn't discover the world of Bakerella and Cake Pops until we met Angie at our last Food Blog Forum seminar i

Recipe: mulled wine, from the Jamie Oliver website. I devised my own recipe for mulled wine, but I'd like to try this one because I'm curious about how the lime and bay leaves would affect the flavour.

Recipe: mulled wine, from the Jamie Oliver website. I devised my own recipe for mulled wine, but I'd like to try this one because I'm curious about how the lime and bay leaves would affect the flavour.

snowman is made of vanilla ice cream rolled in coconut. His eyes, mouth, and buttons are licorice candies, his carrot nose marzipan, and his hat a toasted marshmallow atop a chocolate cookie. To make these snowmen, you will need three ice-cream scoops in varied sizes. Shoestring licorice cut into small pieces can also be used for the buttons, eyes, and mouth.

Coconut Snowmen

snowman is made of vanilla ice cream rolled in coconut. His eyes, mouth, and buttons are licorice candies, his carrot nose marzipan, and his hat a toasted marshmallow atop a chocolate cookie. To make these snowmen, you will need three ice-cream scoops in varied sizes. Shoestring licorice cut into small pieces can also be used for the buttons, eyes, and mouth.

My favorite. Cocktail. Ever.  The Sidecar:  1.5 oz cognac  1.0 oz Cointreau  0.5 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice  Shake in a shaker with crushed ice, and sugar coat the rim of a 5oz martini glass.  Doesn't get any better.

My favorite. Cocktail. Ever. The Sidecar: 1.5 oz cognac 1.0 oz Cointreau 0.5 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice Shake in a shaker with crushed ice, and sugar coat the rim of a 5oz martini glass. Doesn't get any better.

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