December 22, 2011

Linky Parties - Come and Have Some Fun & Good Food!

There are so many linky parties going on around and I decided I would break out into my Holiday Spirit and join up with them.  I hope that you come too and don't forget to bring your favorite recipes!  

First on my journey is a trip to visit my partner in crime, Tammy over at Klinger Cafe'.  She is one of the bossiest, sweetest, kindest, loving, people I know.  (I'll post more about her later when she's not checking my blog!)  She is having a Cookie Linky Party which I am finally getting around to linking up to. So here is the recipe I'm sharing.  Ginger Cookies.  Not only are they yummo...but it leaves the house smelling so...well Christmasy!   I would share my secret caramel corn recipe with her...but I know she would never make it...because...well... she ALWAYS demands it of me...and I always almost always do whatever she tells me.   And besides... it's a Cookie Party!!  I'll be waiting for your awesome recipes!

The next recipe linky party is with  Rowdy in First.  She is having a Holiday Recipe Linky Party.    She has an amazing site!    She has created this adorable recipe card that I'm typing my yummy Divinity recipe on.  This is a recipe I make only around Christmas.  Not sure why - because it is absolutely delicious!  Head on over there to add your recipe!

Last, but definitely not least on my list is being hosted by Tamara over at Teaching Blog Addict.  There are some recipes over there that I already have on my list for trying out.  That's it.  That's all I have for you!  So, head on over there and link up! 


  1. I've never made divinity! I'm on it! Thanks girl!

    Rowdy in First Grade

  2. I have to try your ginger cookies. They look so yummy!!!!! :)
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

  3. I wanted caramel corn! not the recipe the REAL stuff!!! I Love ya D/B. you are the bestest friend/teacher partner EVER!!! See ya Saturday!

  4. Oooo, my mom made the BEST Divinity - she called it Seafoam. Sometimes she put green food coloring in it and made it minty somehow. Nice memory!

    The Corner On Character

  5. Oh, I use to make divinity with my grandmother every year for Christmas and I haven't made it in many years. Thanks for reminding me to continue that tradition with my own children.

    Teaching Blog Addict
    ♥Teaching with TLC

  6. Thanks for following my blog! I have returned the favor! Have a super holiday!

  7. Just discovering your blog and these sound delicious!!!! Can't wait to read more! Happy Holidays! :)

    Hope King

  8. Just found your blog! Looks great! Divinity sounds delicious! Anything loaded with sugar. I'm now a follower.

    Kristy Cozart