Well Ho Ho Ho and a Jingle Bells to you!! Don’t you have something better to do today than read my blog? I’m flashing back to last year’s ornament post with a few updates because where else will you find all this fantastic holiday-ness before it goes back in the closet for another year. (That’s pretty much a lie because I really just finished my tree, so it will probably be up for most of the next month). Sigh. I’ll miss my little friends. I didn’t grow up with a Christmas tradition of food ornaments, but I’m pretty sure it’s only because we were separated at birth. We just go together. Like ham & swiss, sushi & wasabi, or bacon & eggs. Dare I say, this is the most extensive collection of food ornaments on this planet. I am nothing if not thorough.
If you haven’t been following my Facebook posts, this is the fourth year of my 25 Days of Christmas (ornaments). Everyone always asks if “this is a new one?” They are all new ones, people. No repeats in the four years!!! However today – one time deal – I am offering up a curated collection for your review – the best of 2013, 14, 15 and 16 – plus if you make it through to the end, a couple of new and never-before-seen specials. Can you spot the new ones? If so, please comment. Let me know you are paying attention!
To kick it off – how about a little breakfast – Eggs B? Waffles? Sunnyside up??
With a side of bacon – extra crispy please!
Still hungry? Would you like fries with that?
Or how about some sushi?
Feeling thirsty?? I know I am. Always! Straight up with olives, please.
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh dinner time. I’m a Hoosier at heart – steak and spuds for me.
Personally I’d like to go back to the “straight up with olives” course, but for those of you with a sweet tooth, here you go.
Feeling snack-ish – Pizza? Pigs? Tacos?
Around here, the ice cream stand doubles as the Christmas tree stand – triple scoop with a side of Fraser fir? No problem!
And before we go, here are my personal favorites…..TV Dinner (who thought of that? Genius!!), Lasagna, and Corn Dog (a salute to Naomi Judd whose corndogs I once prepped for the Letterman show).
And lastly for that late night fridge raid – Santa, I’m talking to you – PB&J and a deviled egg. No accounting for taste!!
Wishing you and yours a very merry. And a big heartfelt thanks for being a loyal reader. I will be right back here in early January. Don’t forget to eat your black eyed peas (Sunday) and wear your red knickers (Saturday night) for the best of luck in the new year.
I’ll be back reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaalll soon! XO
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Nice! Can we get a pic of the full tree! Have a wonderful Christmas and all the best in the New Year!
Doesn’t look like much when I get far enough back to shoot it all, but I did post a full tree photo on Facebook. Have a very happy holiday!
That is truly remarkable!
My chutney turned out delicious–thanks for your help with the substitution of tangerines for kumquats.
Awesome. Thanks for sharing! And happy holidays.
Loved the food ornaments! What a great collection!
Thanks Kelsi & Keri! Happy holidays!!
Excuse me Katy…that whippy dip ornament looks very suspicious …..I hope you had a good Xmas …xo
Bwahahaha – definitely not an ornament. Thanks for keeping me honest!
I love this!! Especially love the pigs in a blanket, but have to wonder where is that fabulous mustard you make that I love so much?
Ian – I do have a pair of mustard and ketchup earrings – might have to lend them to the cause. You raise an excellent point!