Merry Christmas to you too!! And to all the rest of my wonderful chicken friends too!!
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That should be really interesting. Enough for two people. I love deviled eggs. Haven't had any this year. :-(
We had a white Christmas in Duluth. The snow kind of runs out around Hinckley. It is there but more brown than white.
By the time I got to Milaca it is like here pretty much snowless just a little dusting..
BC How much snow do you have?
Rhett How much snow do you have??
I am trying to figure out if I can get into my cabin without a plow.
8 creamette eggs and counting. Order your creamettes now!!!
I just wish I did not have to start them in my old incubators.....Unless I make a trip.........
Edited by duluthralphie - 12/25/15 at 2:03pm
It's been a marathon making a bazillion appetizers for Christmas Eve party. Our washing machine took a crap on us-- so was at laundromat for an hour yesterday.
Party was great and ugly sweaters were in full display. Oh gosh I laughed so hard. We had a great time with it all.
Cluckies that is 2 tsp cinnamon and 2 apples chopped your asking about in the photo.
Ralphie we've got about 5 inches of snow.
Daxigait: Roger is a New Hampshire rooster. And by the looks of it you have a fine looking NH cockerel yourself. Good looking boy.
Ejb DH accidentally tried a bite the first time I made it. The house smells amazing after I make this. The flock loves it! Thanks BR for compliments. It's a nice holiday treat for your birdies. After you bake for 2 hours you just leave it in the oven overnight and let it cool in the oven. Saran Wrap your two flock blocks and store in a cool place.
Edited by Bogtown Chick - 12/25/15 at 5:19pm
Thanks for the recipe, but I have always had trouble reading German Calligraphy. That is German, isn't it?.... That is Calligraphy, isn't it?