I still have photos kicking around from Christmas; might as well get them out there.
For Christmas day, I hosted a brunch at our house for the family. Above, a tropical fruit granola.
Maple Sticky Rolls
Vanilla-Hazelnut Mini French Toast
Oranges with Pomegranates and Ginger
Christmas Eve day, we spent with my mom, step-dad, and youngest sister in North Carolina. My Mom made a lovely vegetarian dish for dinner; acorn squash, filled with a sage-mashed potato and baked, on a bed of wild rice in an amazing wine sauce, which was served on wilted spinach, and served with the best reduction sauce I've ever tasted.
I never bake cut-out cookies, mainly because I hate decorating them. This year, though, I decided to go ahead. I let Matt and Alex decorate half
while I took over the rest.
This should officially put the holidays behind us. Well, except for Valentine's, and Mardi Gras, and St. Patrick's day...
This month, we're keeping things Black & White.
Our canapes, our drinks; everything in Black & White.
The party is Saturday, 20 January; today is the Last day to 'RSVP' with your entries. (thehappysorceress at gmail dot com)
For more information about Blog Party, please visit the 'help' page here.
Hope to see you there!
Tagged with: Food and Drink + Baking + Brunch + Christmas + Potatoes + Cookies + Fruit + Squash