Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas Everyone
and happy holidays for anyone else who isn’t celebrating.

I hope every one is sharing these awesome days of happiness with the people you love and the friendships you cherish. I’m so grateful for you all and I hope you have an amazing end of the year and beginning of a new one!

I’ve been a super busy girl lately. Holiday food galore
I just finished cleaning a storm in my kitchen and I’m still cooking its 1.21 in the morning. Ah so worth it.

We had a beautiful Christmas eve dinner held at my brothers condo with his in laws and my family beautiful. I didn’t take pictures but I made stuffing, mashed potatoes, salad, roasted red pepper hummus, fruit salad, and scampi. We also had Prime rib, ham, and Vietnamese spring rolls. Delicious. I threw together most of the things i made in about an hour and a 1/2 cause i was in south gate with my mom sister Bachan to visit my moms mom my grandma Ruth and my great grandma tony who just celebrated her 96th birthday today, saw cousins and aunts and uncles i haven’t seen in a long time. It was awesome. And then we brought over the food to my brothers and all ate so much and sang a little karaoke on wii  Such a wonderful day!

Tomorrow we’ll head to my mom and dads which may be one of the last Christmas mornings there because the family is sadly outgrowing my childhood home but I made it clear nothing was stopping us this year. So i have to be up early and get some stuff together for more family fun for the day.

I made Pozole and Tamales this year about 150 tamales actually and a gigantic amount of Pozole but its almost gone which is great. they both came out amazing and I do have recipes but those will probably be written in about a week but here’s a little preview.

Also I’ve been Baking more…

And tomorrow I’m doing sushi, croquettes,  and wontons

Again Merry Christmas Guys <3

Pozole

I have to say this Pozole is one of the best things I’ve made… and making it takes about 5-6 hours but the end result is something out of this world
Chocolate Peanut butter Marshmallow crunch


Double Dark Chocolate Mint Cookies

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