Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Christmas Eve Morning


Last Minute Shopping
Woulett's Old World Bakery
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This was the scene at 10:00 a.m. on Christmas Eve morning as shoppers waited at this fantastic Grand Avenue bakery to get ready for the Christmas Day festivities, buying cookies, cakes, stollens, buche de noels, fruitcakes, pies, pastries, rolls, and bread. Num!

We're probably enjoying the cookies and Gingerbread Boys as you are reading this. What! Me bake cookies?! Get serious.  Cooking is my game...not baking!!
Bon Appetit, Chef Kate

Enjoy your day!!

18 comments:

  1. Have pleasant happy day. Merry Christmas Kate.

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  2. That looks very good and so nice wrapped up, worth to wait for in a line.

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  3. Hope you're having a happy Christmas Day wherever you are. And beware of excesses, whether for food or drink.

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  4. How fortunate to have the Old World Bakery for the non-baking Chefs.

    Best wishes and Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  5. Who needs to bake when you've got such a place within reach? Thank you for your greeting. I can believe you have been good and thus Santa will bring your little heart's desire. Me? I tell the old guy I've been good, and he just says, "Good for what?" and leaves my usual lump of coal! That was OK when I lived in Minnesota and could burn it to keep warm. But it ain't worth much in Florida. :-)

    Have a great day!

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  6. Best to you in your cooking endeavors on this merriest of Christamases.

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    1. Ah, yes! Our Christmas dinner theme this year is Southern food: chicken and shrimp gumbo, rice, honeyed carrots, grilled chicken, biscuits, peach cobbler, wine and a little bourbon to kick the festivities in gear. With a tray of Old World cookies, too!

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  7. Pass the cookies!! This looks like a great bakery! Have a very merry Christmas Kate!

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  8. Have a very merry Christmas!

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  9. Merry Christmas, Kate!
    Best wishes from Italy, Karl.

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  10. It all looks so wonderful. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

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  11. Oh, my! It sounds like some serious cooking in your kitchen today! Even if you wanted to, it doesn't sound like there's room for baking on your menu. And it certainly looks as if Woulett's is well equipped to fill in the gaps. Yum! Merry Christmas, Kate! Enjoy!

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  12. Wishing you and yours a Very Merry Christmas!

    The cookies looks delicious!

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  13. I'm overdue for a visit to that bakery, Great Kate! In the meantime, I could certainly raid my mother's Christmas cookie pantry......

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  14. I told my wife that if she finds my hand reaching for another cookie, she should hit it with a hammer -- hard! I will gain ten pounds over the holidays.

    Have a very merry Christmas!

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  15. Hoping you and yours have a wonderful day together to celebrate the meaning of Christmas ~ faith, family and friends.

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  16. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your family. I'm sure your calendars were well loved by all.

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  17. Yum Kate! You sound like moi, I love to cook, but the baker in our house is definitely Aimee, she's a star!

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