Since I grew up in the early 60's, strange things crept into some of her baked goods. Example... an unbaked fruit cake made with crushed graham crackers, candied fruit and nuts, all stuck together with melted marshmallows, yeah, not my favorite. Or the cookies made with those dry canned chow mein noodles, and melted chocolate chips. Actually my mother was a great cook and baker, so to be fair, there was only a few of these strange concoctions that she just "had to try".
Then there were the good ones... Spritz, Swedish Tea Cakes, Orange Gumdrop Cookies, Gingerbread Spice Cookies, and best of all FUDGE!!!
Even though mom has not been with us for years, every holiday season I remember us all getting together and spending a whole day baking (back when I lived in California) cookies and making candy. Mom always had a big pot of soup ready for dinner after the baking was all finished.
That was many years ago, now that we just finished our 7th Holiday Market and baked thousands of cookies... 8,095 to be exact, we are ready for a bit of a break.
Happy New Year! Thanks
It's time to turn the page on the calendar and welcome a new
year....hard to believe, isn't it? As we end our baking cycle for this
year, we want to take this opportunity to say thanks forr the great
support we've received from our wonderful (and loyal) customers. We've
had a great year and we hope to repeat it in 2013. We'll be taking a
short break from regular weekly baking, but we're available for special
orders and projects.Got something in mind....call us at 360-720-1937 to
see what we might do for you.
for the Sweet Memories
2012 TTB Xmas Card from Tree-Top Baking on Vimeo.
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