Can I adopt you?:)
Holly you are some baker. I love the marble surface and the up to date tools mixed in with the old world designs and exquisite detail of the molds. I do have some antique ones; the best being a sort of witch lady and gnome following behind her. What I like here is your cookie recipe keeps the design so crisp. A couple of these beside some tea in a 18th century porcelain cup? YES!!
You too Holly and what beautiful Christmas cookies.
Dolores: you are too funny!Donna: Thank you so much!Julie: I'm sure your antique molds are extraordinary! These gingerbread owls have to dry for 8-12 hours before baking and that helps to keep a crisp image. Yes, cookies and tea, though I think tea steeped in a Julie Whitmore teapot would be perfection!
I can smell the owls baking even now! I think those molds are great & I'm glad you've mentioned them here or I wouldn't have known about them. I too love patterns & see them everywhere.
Wow, those checkerboard cookies take time to make! Beautiful!
The detail in the springerle is totally amazing!!!!
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