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Final exams are complete. I am very proud of my A and two B’s!!! I want to shout a great big THANK YOU! to everyone that continued visiting my blog, even though I haven’t posted in three weeks.
With the fall semester behind me, it it finally beginning to fee like Christmas. I have been browsing through all recipes all day :)
I love making my Christmas menu choices each year. Not to mention all the cakes, cookies, and candy I want to make this week…or at least attempt to make ;). In the past, candy has proven NOT to be my friend.
Our dog, Teddy, has been served as the doorbell all day. He barks as soon as the UPS truck turns the corner. Several packages have arrived today on our doorstep. Squeal!!!!!! Love it.
Have you finished your shopping? Just a few more for us and we are done! I am going to the grocery store at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. Maybe I will beat the crowd ;)
“In ordinary life we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.”
- Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Happy Monday! Today, I am sharing another recipe for breakfast/brunch/lunch for holiday guests. This recipe is super quick and easy and can be prepared in advance. Shout out to my sister in law, Melissa, for the recipe. Thanks!
servings: 6 (2 sandwiches per person)
1 package dinner rolls
3/4 lb. shaved ham (or turkey, or any meat you choose)
3/4 swiss cheese (again, any cheese that makes you smile)
1 stick of butter (use the real deal, not margarine)
1 tbsp. prepared mustard (optional)
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp. dried onion (optional)
Poppy seeds or sesame seeds (optional)
Melt butter and stir in mustard, Worcestershire, and onions.
Slice through dinner rolls and place in bottom of baking dish. Stack with ham. Place cheese over ham to cover, then place top of dinner rolls over cheese.
Spoon butter mixture over rolls and sprinkle with poppy seeds (or sesame seeds, or nothing at all). Cover and refrigerate overnight. Or at least 4-6 hours.
Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
Hope you enjoy!
During my years teaching, I was given many wonderful gifts from students. Those little guys/gals were bursting with excitement to hand me the gift. I appreciated each gift and did my best to display and use what I could in the classroom. I will have to say my absolute favorite gifts were homemade goodies!!! Candy, small cakes, bread, you name it!
What can I say? I love food. Period.
During my recent down time, I have been browsing online for awesome homemade gifts. Some food, some used to make food. I should be finishing projects, but I have had zero motivation. Maybe it is the change in weather..??? Feel free to take this ideas and run with them.
Make them before another parent in your class beats you to it .
Milk and Doughnuts or Donuts? Ha!
Praline Ice Cream Topping
These are so fun!
Perfect for a baker
Just add ice cream..YUM!
Only if they enjoy Chinese cuisine
Granola..look at the small scooper!
I love bread!
Have a great weekend!
We had a fabulous time on vacation . I will upload photos soon.
Before we left on our trip last week, I received one of my favorite catalogs.
I am a preferred customer .
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