very first is an all-day extravaganza with laura, my only friend. i won’t taunt you with all the pictures, because they’ve all been eaten. all you need is this. a cookie cake. decorated by the very best.
let’s continue with a cooking extravaganza at the larsons’. my camera was not out for the majority but i managed to capture potatoes and candy. so i think all is not lost.
Then of course came the chocolate fudge, the peanut butter chocolate pecan fudge, the oreo truffles, the haystacks, the white chocolate m&m deliciousness, and i can’t remember all that we dipped in chocolate.
I know you wish you were there, because we forced a plate of everything on everyone who was there. INCLUDING me. (merci à dieu) soon thereafter, thanksgiving day came and dorsey and i found ourselves responsible for only one dessert instead of 5. Thankful, we made the best pie that Laura ever made :). Caramel apple pie! Because why have apples without caramel? (This is a question I find myself asking a lot now.)
I think we best leave it at that. It is not all of the pictures, nor all of the food that was so deliciously prepared. However, it is a taste of what you would experience if you were ACTUALLY there. And then you wouldn’t need to check this blog every once in a blue moon. (A phrase which is apparently under debate, when is a blue moon everyone? Inquiring minds want to know.)
And okay, I learned épousseter today. But really it is much too boring of a word to burden you with its meaning.