Tag Archives: christmas

On Pinterest: German Christmas Menu

So, this post is about a week belated... oops. I had it drafted and never posted it in time. I've been on a German food kick over the last few weeks, which I think towards the beginning of December when Steve and I went to New York to see the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. We ventured over to Reichenbach Hall for dinner, a place we found during one of our last trips. If you've never been there, you feel like you're stepping into an Oktoberfest celebration when you enter the restaurant. Blue ... Continue Reading

Recipe: Eggnog French Toast

While flipping through a recent issue of one magazine (maybe Better Homes and Gardens), I saw an idea for how to use up leftover eggnog from the holidays. Well, there just so happened to be a whole quart of it, unopened, in my refrigerator and I didn't want it to go to waste, so I made breakfast. I looked up a recipe for eggnog french toast, since I couldn't find the magazine article. Many of them called for a lot of eggnog, eggs, and bread, but I decided to just wing it since I was only cooking ... Continue Reading

How the Grinch brings family together

Sponsored guest post by Terrance Kirby In my mind there is no better way than to celebrate the Christmas than with 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas'. A wonderful tale of how someone's mind can be changed of the holiday season. We have two young boys; both are 5 years apart in age and after often searching for something that will interest both of them. For the younger one, the animation part is the most entertaining, for the older; he can understand the story and appreciate the message behind ... Continue Reading