What is in this issue?
Dish-Fall into fall, comfort food revamped.
Love– 44 Lessons I have learned so far.
Travel– Willamette Valley treasure.
Local– Cajun flavor with a local twist.
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These sound delicious and fairly easy to make. Thought all of you would enjoy this recipe.
These whoopie pies rock! Each cookie tastes so amazing because it has a rich pumpkin flavor filled with a fantastic creamy icing. This pumpkin cookie has wonderful spices like cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and pumpkin pie spice that give it an incredibly rich essence. Put two of these delicious cookies together with a thick, powdered sugar icing and WHOOPIE! We love these Pumpkin Whoopie Pies and that’s why they are included in our Christmas Cookie Extravaganza this year. After you try one, I’m sure you’ll agree that they are fantastic.
I got this delightful recipe from my niece, Heather, who also loves cooking and trying out new recipes. She made this delicious pumpkin whoopie pie recipe along with a chocolate whoopie pie recipe she found online and gave me a copy of both. She thought I would enjoy them too. She was…
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I think that it would be great to invite your guests to your home having them wear their pajamas. Make your guests feel comfortable and have an easy morning/afternoon.
Are you like me and absolutely love breakfast? Well then brunch for Christmas is the perfect solution to an easy and carefree day on Christmas. Why not relax on this day?
Brunch gives you time to relax and share quality time with your family.
Look out for the Christmas Brunch in the next issue in December’s issue.