It’s the week of Thanksgiving and I am here to talk to you about cookies; specifically chocolate chip cookies because THAT TIME OF YEAR IS COMING. So: a chocolate chip cookie, is a chocolate chip, is a chocolate chip … right? Well. Maybe not. At least we can agree that not all cookies are made the same. Or maybe it’s you can’t make cookies without breaking a few eggs. Or
NOBODY PANIC BUT THANKSGIVING IS NEXT WEEK. No really, it is. I checked. Twice. There’s something that happens every year in November to my calendar skills; I lose a week. Every year. I always think I have ANOTHER WEEK before the best holiday ever. I’m still convinced that Thanksgiving isn’t next week even though I started this post out by telling you, me, and everyone else that it’s next week.
First: hello November, whatever are you doing here? It seems a bit impossible that we’re officially in countdown to the holidays mode. I mean Thanksgiving is almost upon us and I haven’t even figured out what pies I’m going to make. And pies are SERIOUS BUSINESS in my family. Instead of working on my pie game I decided to work on the most epic of brunch / lunch / dinner ideas
Halloween is coming. Halloween is coming. HALLOWEEN IS COMING. I’m not sure you can understand my glee about Halloween unless you are yourself a five year old about the whole holiday. Tradition dictates the watching of Hocus Pocus and The Covenant with some kind of yummy treat and usually a spiked hot drink of some kind (this cider is a fav) … and to anyone who has had to suffer
I don’t know if you know but STRANGER THINGS COMES BACK THIS WEEK AND ZOMG. I may or may not be having a watch party with the same bff that sat on my couch last summer when season one dropped (and we squeed and gasped together through the delightful creepiness). And what else would you serve at a Stranger Things watch party but waffles? But because I’m me I can’t