Living part of the time in the mountains of Colorado has so many advantages, especially during the summer. And, when you have a neighbor who loves to fish. A neighbor who has a sweet honey hole for finding brown trout. And, a neighbor who shares his catch with you, then you’re like a pig in slop~~HAPPY! Scott walked over, knocked on the door, and there he was standing there, grinning ear to ear, a plastic bag in hand. I just had a sneakin’ suspicion, there was something in there for me!
The Edmonds Cookery Book has been a New Zealand institution for four generations. My mother, my grandmother and my great grandmother before me all used this recipe book that has remained in New Zealand kitchens as a timeless classic and surely one of the most successful branding exercises in NZ history! (Edmonds, for those who are non-NewZealanders is a baking brand, originally comprising baking powder only but now a large number of baking products.) Gone are the days when a couple announcing their engagement received their free copy, but we still buy this cookbook in droves making it the best selling book ever published in New Zealand.
The time has come to start thinking about what we’ll be eating on Christmas. Since my family has our traditional dinners we make for both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, I decided to put all my festive energy into the appetizers. I’ve created a huge appetizer spread that is full of little treats for everyone to enjoy.