Welcome back to Taylor House Thursday! I hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends. Ours included traveling to Iowa to be with our family for a four day weekend. We had some delicious food and lots of time with family that we don’t get to see nearly enough.
This week I have really gotten bit by the Christmas bug and have been busy decorating, shopping, wrapping gifts and planning lots of yummy cookies to share in the upcoming month. Here is a yummy Hot Cocoa recipe that I posted this week.
I am looking for people who would want to share their Christmas recipes here at The Taylor House, if you have a yummy cookie or treat that you would like to have posted please email me at cmaetaylor at yahoo dot com.
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Hi Chrissy. Thanks for finding my blog and following me. I'm your newest follower now This recipe looks fabulous! Might be a fun thing to let the kiddos make for their teacher gifts this year. Thanks for sharing
Stopping by Love your blog design and that hot coca looks amazing! I don't know if you have heard of the Bloggers for Christmas link up on Fridays. It is brand new, but lots of fun. Seems like something right up your alley. I have the button on my sidebar. So good to meet you and I look forward to following along! Dalayna Pointing Up
Hi Chrissy! Thank you for stopping by my blog. Of course, I'm following you back. So great that you spent a wonderful thanksgiving. In France, it's not our traditions but our American neighbours invited us because they can't fly to US ( too expensive ). That was like a UN reunion : I'm French, my hubby is British but there were also some Italians, an Aussi, Germans and a Chilean! It's true that you Americans know give people a warm welcome… and I'm sincere! have a nice day