Dec. 11th, 2008

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Ok gang. I'm not sure when I'll have access to Tony's kitchen, but I decided to go ahead and start taking orders for some holiday cookies, just 'cause.  I'll make them in my own kitchen if I need to.  Embark on this crazy adventure with me, while I figure out things like packaging and shipping, and production schedules. 

I can only accept pay pal payments at this time (jparrack at gmail dot com).  Please specify in the comments section what you would like, and if I'm shipping to you or someone else.  Shipment will start sometime in the second half of next week. 

Virtually Homemade

Assorted Tray includes 6 different varieties of cookies.
1 dozen – $5.50   (2 of each)
2 dozen – $10.50 (4 of each)
3 dozen – $15.00 (6 of each)

Cookie Varieties:
Eggnog Tea Cookies with Rum Icing: Redolent with nutmeg, these cookies are just are good as the beverage, and nonalcoholic.
Sugar Cookies: The best you’ve ever tasted. Rich, buttery and sweet with delightful mix of crunchy edges and chewy centers.
Ginger Crinkle Cookies: Chewy cookies coated in raw sugar and bursting with candied ginger. Wonderfully warming without being spicy.
Christmas Crescents: A delightful old time recipe handed down from my grandmother. A shortbread style dough packed with chopped pecans and rolled in powdered sugar. You can’t eat just one, or two, or three . . .
Maraschino Chocolate Thumbprints: Chewy, sweet chocolate cookies with a dollop of melted chocolate cradling a maraschino cherry.
Coconut Almond Macaroons: The best of both words. A sticky, chewy coconut macaroon laced with sweet almond.

Assorted Biscotti
1 dozen - $9, either 4 of each or single variety.

Ginger Fig Biscotti: A dense, hearty biscotti stuffed chock full of candied ginger, dried fig, and pine nuts. A perfect accompaniment to a strong cup of tea.
Apricot Walnut Biscotti: Sweet, crunchy and long lasting, these wonderful, rich biscotti can be a meal in themselves.
Lemon Biscotti with Dried Cherries: A light, citrus crunch speckled with the punch of sweetened dried cherries.

Walnut Christmas Bread
$11 per loaf
Another one of my grandmother’s tried and true holiday recipes. A rich sour cream bread dough stuffed with a homemade, sweet walnut filling. So addictive you’ll eat the whole loaf in one sitting. Don’t believe me? Order a loaf a try it for yourself.

Shipping and handling is a flat $6.50 fee, which can be waived for locals who are willing to come pick them up. 

ETA: Having just found some really good local suppliers in bulk for some essential and usually spendy ingredients, I was able to lower my prices on Walnut Bread and Biscotti.


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