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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

December 30, 2009

Ladies Christmas Brunch...

COOKING, BAKING, WASHING A MILLION DISHES....RIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
We cooked/catered a ladies Christmas brunch (it was beautiful) a week before Christmas. We made egg casseroles, hash brown casseroles, sausages in biscuits (sausage in a blanket) dipped in warm maple syrup...yummy!
Then we made cookies and cupcakes, bread pudding, Red Velvet cupcakes,....
It took forever to bake them in my little oven!
My sister in law made these adorable goodies....
Nothing was left after the brunch...oh my gosh! It was almost embarassing....like the women hadn't eaten in days (big smile). I honestly thought we had made too much food...NOT!


My sister in law's hubby made this pedestal for the cookies and cupcakes. He used cake boards from Joann's and covered them with foil, glued on the tinsel and then used plastic cups in between the boards. Adorable....not permanent but adorable for this party!
We also baked 4 hams, biscuits and gravy, made a few fruit salads and punch! Too much fun...

Blessings,

Debbie

9 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Debbie~~

What a hit that food must have been! ;-). Seriously, by the pictures, everything looks festive and delicious!! Kudos to you for your help and hard work...you are a sweetheart!!

xoxo
Janie

Unknown said...

Debbie ~ What a lovely & creative imagination. Very festive presentation.

Have a beautiful & blessed New Year.

I will be in & out of communication for the next couple of weeks.
TTFN ~ Marydon

Darlene said...

Hi Debbie,

Everything looks and sounds delicious!! That was a LOT of work but I bet you enjoyed seeing everyone enjoy you wonderful meal. I bet you had to cook and bake in little tiny batches in the little oven....lol.

Hope you and your family have a Happy New Year and I look forward to blogging with you in 2010!♥

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Everything looks just wonderful. I have been so sick food didn't look good, but I must be well now because everything looks just yummy and I wanted to just reach across the screen and have some of everything. I hope you have a very Blessed New Year. Thanks also for stopping by and you always leave such gracious comments. What a pleasure to have met you this year. Hugs, Marty

Leigh of Tales from Bloggeritaville said...

Oh, Debbie! Its all just beautiful! It looks like a wonderful time, the presentation was certainly so!
Happy New Year
Leigh
Tales from Bloggeritaville
www.lbratina.blogspot.com

The Old Parsonage said...

Oh Debbie

It sounds so wonderful, wish I could've been there to help. I love to cook for a crowd!!

Wishing you all the best with the new phase in your life.

Happy New Year!
Leann

Angie said...

Looks like y'all made some yummy food and I know everyone enjoyed it. Just read about how you are changing your home so your parents can move in with you. I love what you said about honoring your parents. Good luck with all you have going on and Happy New Year!

Colleen/And Baby Makes Five said...

What a lovely, thoughtful, and bountiful feast, Debbie!

And how fortunate your parents are to have such a safe, comfortable, and welcoming place to land...

Happy New Year, my friend!

kanishk said...

everything looks festive and delicious!! Kudos to you for your help and hard work...you are a sweetheart!!
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