Saturday, December 24, 2016

Some Bread For Christmas





These are three projects made on different days, photographed only in their dough state.  We had the St. Lucia buns for breakfast one Sunday close to St. Lucia Day.  Another day I made French bread to give as gifts with small jars of jam.  And finally, on another Sunday morning, we had Midwinter Buns.  Delicious December!  Down below in the freezer is Grandma's Russian Kulich, waiting for Christmas morning and mugs of hot chocolate.  Today I made marshmallows for the first time ever to float in that hot chocolate.

Merry Christmas, dear readers!  May your plates be full of goodies, your mugs bottomless, and your beloved people close to you.  May our plenty and love overflow to those who need it, in honor of Jesus whose birthday started all this feasting!

7 comments:

Tammy said...

It all looks delicious, even in the doughy state. :D

I was going to comment about my grandma's kulich, but I already did that on your other post. ;-)

Merry Christmas!

Sarah Chepkirui said...

Merry Christmas Margo! I rarely comment, but so appreciate your writing!
--Sarah

Lisa said...

And all the same to you, Margo!

sk said...

And what a perfect Christmas salutation.

jenny_o said...

What a lovely wish for Christmas - the same to you and yours, Margo!

Your breads look SO good!

Natalie T. said...

That is the most thoughtful and kind wish I have read so far this holiday season. Merry Christmas to you and yours, Margo!

e said...

Your breads look delicious, even unbaked!
Thank you for the warm wishes, and the same in turn to you and your family.

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