Monday, December 01, 2014

Pizzelle Shoppe

I'm not here today. Well, I am here, just not here here. Nopers. If all continues going well, then I'm toggling between 1.2 star Christmas movies and chores.

Do a little, sit a little, do a little, sit a little.

Yesterday, I made almond pizzelles for Tim because today is Goody Day. Here's a shot from my Pizzelle Shoppe, as I added the icing sugar and bagged the buggers to go.

Then after our trip to Barnes, I made Pepperoni, Ham & Cheese Rolls. Today I sent Frankenberry to work with the last two. And that my lovely Boogerbutts, is a wrap.

Have a yummy day and boogie boogie.



45 comments:

  1. Oh My Goodness I adore Pizzelles. I grew up eating the
    anise ones but a love the almond one too.
    Heaven.
    I finally posted a photo of my gingerbread!

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Hey Parsnip. Just got my butt back onto blogger and wow, I love your bread. It looks killer good and I wish I could sit down with you and have some.

      Very glad to hear that Watson is doing better. Good day. Good day, indeed.

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    2. I wish you could too !

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  2. What is a Pizzelle? I don't think I've ever had one.

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    1. Italian Christmas cookies. Or, make them with vanilla, fold them and make homemade ice cream cones and cups.

      Either way, it's a crunchy, crispy, sweet little treat.

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  3. I think that's the first time I've heard of pizzelles.

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    1. If I knew that they wouldn't go stale, I'd seriously mail you a box.

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  4. I never had a pizzelle until I moved to Alberta. Not that Alberta is a hotbed of Italians, but we do have a lovely Italian grocery, bakery and coffee shop here in Edmonton. Hmmm, now I want a box of pizzelles!

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    1. There was at one point, many many Italians where I live now. The pizzelle even held the number one Christmas cookie for this area as well. Not sure what's number one today though.

      CONGRATS on getting back together with your honey bunny. That's wonderful news.

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    2. Thanks! All's well that ends well, eh?

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  5. I want to eat all of them!!

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    1. Welcome back to blogging and Happy Happy Cheese Eating FUN.

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  6. I've never had one, but they look positively delicious. Like everything you make.

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    1. You are kind, thanks for that.

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  7. Do pizzelles come in cinnamon? Or just plain sugar? I don't like anise or almond. Picky, aren't I? But yours do look delicious (unfortunately, looks can be deceiving--as I've learned too many times--haha!).

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    1. Hey Stacy - You can make any kind of pizzelle you like. Cinnamon and brown sugar, cinnamon and no sugar. Lemon, lime, pineapple, chocolate, mocha, peppermint mocha. Really, whatever combo you fancy.

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    2. PS: Congrats on 35 years married. Just read your post, after I answered your question about pizzelles.

      PPS: I am sad to say, I don't really know what going to State means. I had to ask Tim.

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  8. you're such a good cook!

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  9. I too wondered what a pizelle is. Never heard of them either.

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    1. Just a little cookie. Or more so, an Italian Christmas cookie.

      Very popular where I live and once held the number one slot for Christmas cookies in my area. But like I was just telling Debra (above), I don't know if it's still the #1 Christmas cookie, anymore.

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  10. Those are purty! I like cappuccino flavored ones! ;)

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    1. YUM. I enjoy putting coffee in my chocolate pizzelles.

      Just read your blog. Hope you enjoy your blogging break, and we'll see you again in 2015.

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  11. Man, those look delicious.

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    1. Thanks. How goes your pup these days?

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  12. OHMYGOSH...everything looks so delicious! You rock, Wonder Woman! Look at all these goodies. I want to come live in your house :)

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    1. Love your new banner, Martha. Bring on the Christmas fun. It's so nice to see another blogger who is silly with this time of year, as well.

      Muhahahaha, indeed.

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  13. Those look yummilicious!

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  14. Those are beauties! Hope your back is feeling better.

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  15. I've never had these, they look rather fantastic. And by the way, I love 1.2 star Christmas movies LOL

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    1. Yes, it's been fun watching them. Glad to see someone else enjoys those 1.2 star movies, as well.

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  16. Almond pizzelles. Yum!

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    1. Hey Sandra. Hope all is well for you guys.

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  17. those look lovely! You are quite the baker. :)

    Barnes, London? You love near there then? My cousin actually lives in Barnes but he's a lawyer so can afford it. Expensive but lovely!

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    1. Hi Michael and thanks. We hit Barnes & Noble, but we call it Barnes for short. Sorry for the confusion.

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  18. Ooohhhh these are beautiful...I've never made them before but I would love to try!

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    1. They are fun to make and where I live, they are the number one Italian Christmas Cookie. And you can do all kinds of stuff, like put chocolate between them and everything.

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  19. Me ha gustado sobremanera genial para mi fiesta,abrazos y buen año nuevo.

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