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Dec 17, 2009



gorgeous grandma and groegeous goodies! Where the heck were you baking? Is that your grandma's home? Wowza!

Karen Larson

I know grandma loved baking with you as much as you did with her. What a special time for both of you. Your Scandinavian treats look perfect!!! Love, mom

jeanette brandal

This is the first time I have looked at your blog. Am I impressed!!! I think you need to write a cookbook. Your photography and writing is outstanding. Love, Auntie Jeanette

Auntie Jeanette helped me find your blog. I have spent the last 1 1/2 hr. looking at it. I am overwhelmed at your creativity and beautiful food presentations. You should start your own food magazine. It would be a best seller. Now I'm hooked but I have to get back on the internet at home. I do not want to miss out on any of your spectacular endeavors. I had the time of my life the day we spent time in my kitchen. I am so glad you found it worthy to put on your blog. Tons of Love, Grandma


happy new year, briana! just saw this posting and had to comment...my mother has made all of these cookies our whole lives at christmas and of course the recipes have been handed down through the generations. now my sisters and i are making them. the production is no small undertaking given the preparation and cooking/pressing/frying and powder-sugaring that are required but the results are well worth the effort. hope your 2010 is bright and sunny (as much as can be squeezed between seattle cloudcover) and full of new adventures! all the best & miss you lots :) alyssa


I love that these delicious treats are gluten free! Yum, Briana! :) Happy New Year to you and yours!

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