Remember, when decorating your dining room and maybe your living room, be sure to leave an area open to display your delicious cookies and pastries. Leaving the space open so you won’t have to move things around when company shows up unexpectedly for a Christmas visit.
During the holidays we used to go from house to house visiting relatives from town to town. In some cases you thought everyone made their rounds and then the doorbell rings and you have company.
Now decorate by showing off your baking…
After all, you spent hours in the kitchen and you are proud of your work. Always have a plate ready with plastic wrap for those moments. My grandmother had a bread box on top of her GE refrigerator. We could always expect some goodies in there that she was reserving for us.
I would like to take this time to wish everyone a safe and prosperous New Year and mostly…
Have a very Merry Christmas!!!!
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