7:18 pm Thankful for my four oldest kids, who just peeled, cored, and sliced 20 apples in record time.
7:00 pm Thankful for my dishwasher, which I just loaded for the third time today.
Son: How much more baking are you going to do today?
Me: Doesn’t anyone around here read my blog?
What are you baking today? I’ll be keeping track of my oven activities here (some for us, some for giving away).
Share yours at Faith & Family today!
2 loaves cranberry walnut bread
2 loaves pumpkin bread
double batch of cornbread
2 pecan pies
2 apple pies
3 pumpkin pies 1 pumpkin pie
prepare sage stuffing THIS WILL WAIT TILL MORNING
prepare brine for turkey
pre-cook butternut squash THIS TOO
cream cheese frosting
soak turkey in brine
I’m still deciding what to cook up for this year’s Super Bowl.
All of us are still getting over the fact that we won’t be eating any of these this year:
But we will likely console ourselves with one or two of these, good for every season:
Other snack contenders:
What are you making this year? Come share the goods at Faith & Family!
Yes, I do want to make these this year. And pretty much every other awesome pretty holiday treat I find over there.
Stop me now.
It’s for the children.
As Stephen’s First Communion cake cools on the counter, I’ve been researching buttercream frosting recipes.
Can I just say … blech?
How dare anyone call a recipe “buttercream” when it’s made with shortening and a cup of flour? Or (probably the worst) butter-flavored Crisco?
I’m trying not to be a baking snob here, but EW.