As soon as December hits, I start thinking seriously about Christmas, ergo cookies. Also, Hanukkah. Ergo fried foods.
Like sufganiyot. And latkes.
Since the start of the month, we’ve enjoyed platefuls of cookies and latkes and sufganiyot. So many kinds of cookies, so many ways to top latkes, so many things to fill your sufganiyot with. So many decisions!
The good thing is, it’s really fun deciding. What kind of cookies do I want today? What should I add to my latkes? Should I do jelly-filled or Nutella-filled sufganiyot? All the fun stuff!
What about you, peeps? What are your favorite cookies? Do you prefer latkes or sufganiyot? Isn’t December such a wonderful month?
“These buns look and sound downright magical! Ohemgee… what would I give to be able to taste one of these?! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgoeus!!” — Angie
“After all the rich foods we’ve had recently at Casa Angie, I could use a little break with this wonderfully refreshing salad. I love the tropical flavors in this, so mouth-watering!” — Angie
“I’ve always had a thing for cracker candy. It’s the combination of salty and sweet that makes them so appealing. This one is slated to fill Santa’s cookie plate this year.” — Angie
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Life Diet Health says
Angie what gorgeous looking features this week – and those orange cranberry buns look amazing! I’ve no idea what sufganiyot are (off to check that out), but latkes are great (I might make some for lunch now)! I’ve made florentines for the first time this week – I am amazed how much I love them! Oh, and I could potentially co-host in a couple of weeks time! xxx
Yes, those buns ARE amazing! Be careful, once you get to know sufganiyot, you’ll never go back ? Florentines are to die for! They’re always the ones I try to fish out of the Christmas cookie tray. Let me know for sure when you can cohost, I can use the help!
Rebecca - Glutarama says
Oh my goodness Angie what a fab round up from last week and features, those Orange Cranberry Buns are stunning. Thanks for hosting each week. Your hard work is greatly appreciated
You’re so welcome. Seriously, I do have fun hosting. I get to see so many fabulous ideas and recipes. Like the orange cranberry buns!
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Thanks for hosting this delicious party!! Hope your weekend is fantastic!
You’re welcome, Helen!
Morsels of Life | CJ Huang says
I”m thinking I have to give that Coconut Rice Salad a try! Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Parmesan Roasted Acorn Squash. Hope you enjoy. 🙂
Me, too, CJ. Only problem is…where to get the green mangoes? Might have to drive a distance to an Asian store, I suppose. Roasted squash sounds good, even better with Parmesan!
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
Oh my goodness… It is SO the season of yummy foods… Bring it on!!!
Yeah, that’s the spirit, Kate ! ??
THANK YOU for taking the time to host a GREAT party every week. This week I brought my CHICKEN CORN CHOWDER, CHICKEN FRIED STEAK with PEPPERED GRAVY and PINEAPPLE RAISIN STREUSEL PUMPKIN PIE. Have a WONDERFUL week as we head into the busy Christmas season.
You’re welcome, and thank you. Have a wonderful week!
I can’t believe Christmas is just around the corner already! A friend of mine sent me a cookie recipe so will have to take a day off and will report back!
Gorgeous features as always! 🙂 x
I know, right, time flies. But I’m looking forward to Christmas actually. It’ll give us the opportunity to celebrate when there’s little else to be excited about these days. Oh, looking forward to that report!