I tried this recipe from Pinterest this fall and immediately fell in love with the salty and sweet flavors! It's so easy, too. Then I entered it in a contest where all you had to do was tack on a name to a recipe that reflected one of the Broadway shows coming here soon, and I won! I'll be getting three pairs of tickets for shows and autographed posters! Anyway, I was getting ready to make a batch and realized I never shared it on here... so, ENJOY!
I forgot to mention that I vary the chocolate chips sometimes - do what you want - I like to put in 1 cup of semisweet and 1 cup of dark chocolate chips.
This weekend had it all for us - except Christmas parties! Pretty funny this time of year. The wedding was for a good friend of mine's son, and it was really beautiful!
Our girl is the next bride coming up!
Her fiancee was in the wedding party.
Here's a few beautiful decor pics!
The Graduation Party was for a young lady that Son #1 spends a lot of time with...she graduated from OSU this weekend with a degree in Architecture! I couldn't help but take a picture of this "building" with edible windows!(They were like cake balls, only rectangles) She made it with her Dad. Pretty cool!
I don't have any pictures from the baby shower, because I didn't go to it...my husband did! He really knew the couple more than I did. They are baristas at the Starbucks he frequents and some friends from church that are also Starbucks addicts wanted to do this for them. They all went to Starbucks and surprised the mother-to-be with the gifts! So all I did was buy and wrap the gift but I loved the gesture!
is this Holiday Scent! I received this as a hostess gift last year, and loved it! When my daughter's wedding shower time came, we wanted to do this for our hostesses too. But be warned: everyone in the house will come asking what you are cooking that smells so good!!
Quarter an orange, lime, and lemon.
Place in a medium saucepan and cover with water.
Add a few cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, and bay leaves.
Simmer and let the scent fill the air!
(Add water as needed - lasts about 10 days)
I didn't take a picture but we put tags on each one with the instructions for using it.
I learned this lesson long ago but sometimes I still need to be reminded! I vividly remember being in the church nursery and hearing one of the nursery nanas saying that in her conversation. I thought that was so wise and had never heard it put so simply. But it's so true and has come to my mind time and time again. This week I got the chance to get away from wedding preparations to meet my great-niece from Texas for the first time, so I took advantage of it.
I had a lot more pictures than this - forgot how many it takes to get a good one!
Sunday was a big day for us - my daughter and her fiancee were given a wedding shower from the church! The parlor was beautifully decorated with her green and gold colors and they were blessed with a lot of things to get them started in their life together! So thankful for sweet friends and sisters in Christ willing to do this for us!
A monogrammed cutting board!
This little one made her a colorful bracelet!
Le Creuset! She's excited!
Embroidered pillow cases from one of our oldest members! Sweet.
Picnic basket from family members with a hand-made quilt!
I put all her special Christmas ornaments through the years in a large vase.
(I admit a few of them are staying at home on my tree!)