Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Just in case. . .


. . . you haven't locked it all down yet:
I will be posting my little list of holiday ideas (mostly books and games) next week. Have a peaceful, grateful, fun-filled, and nourishing holiday, my darlings. xo

17 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Catherine!

    This year my assignment is to bring a 'grain-based vegetarian' dish. I've opted for a broccoli-cheese-quinoa casserole I found elsewhere online, but I'd rather have brought a recipe of yours. :)

    I hope you have a lovely holiday.

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    1. That sounds good thought!

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  2. You make me laugh out loud.

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  3. dale in denver4:38 PM

    Those are some MAD photoshop skills!

    Love the Crudites and that Boursin-Style Cheese Spread. Thanksgiving staples in these parts.

    Enjoy your holiday!

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  4. Allyson4:41 PM

    We make your crudités and dip every year. It's tradition now, and cannot be tampered with.

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  5. I haven't stopped by for a long time, but I wanted to wish you and Ben belated happy birthday. Is he really 16? My Julian turned 15 last week and I'm still seriously emotionally devastated. I love the young man he's growing into, but gosh! I miss my little guy.
    Also, all these recipes are making me so hungry and I'll have no choice but to try a few of them. Thank you!

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    1. Yamile! So nice to see your face. Happy birthday to Julian too. xo

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  6. Love your website. How do you do all that stuff, and all this other stuff too? I pre-ordered your book, even though hardcover books are so not within our budget. I can't wait to read it.

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    1. "How do you do all that stuff, and all this other stuff too?" really made me laugh.

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  7. We will miss being at your table this year :(

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    1. And we will miss you at our table. : (

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  8. Anonymous7:05 AM

    I always look so forward to your column -- thank you! Question: What kind of liquid and how much of it do you use to make your mom's cranberry sauce? I think that was inadvertently left out of the recipe. Thanks again!

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    1. No liquid at all! The cranberries will give off liquid immediately.

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  9. Happy Thanksgiving! So thankful for your writing.

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