Sunday, December 14, 2008

Hard to find the motivation,

But I finally made a few Christmas goodies.
The "Andes Creme De Menthe" bar recipe
I discovered last year was a big hit with a few
friends and neighbors. They need to be
kept refrigerated or they turn into chocolate
alcoholic goo at room temperature.


These two bottles of liquor are about 30
years old, now, but no worse for wear.
The bottle on the left is a special edition
and has not been opened at this point.
The regular bottle was opened around
5 years ago just to make goodies and
that is it's sole purpose. Now, to go
find our bonbon molds and form
some non-alcoholic peanut butter balls.

4 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

You mean we are going to go through the peanut butter balls again this year? Could not get us on the pickled salmon this past fall so falling back to the old trick of the contaminated peanut butter! You are bound and determined to reduce the number of relatives that you have. That is o.k., I will tough it out and eat a portion of the peanut butter balls, I will take my chances but only after first testing a few on the wiener dogs. How have managed to hide that bottle of Creme De Menthe from the Bull Buffie all these years?

j, d plumma said...

If the bad fish didn't get ya, the peanut butter is probably safe, too.
The old bottles of liquor have been hidden safely away in my underwear drawer since I was 9...

Tormen Tagain said...

cool, just, cool.

Heidi said...

The only bad peanut butter is in AP... unless they do another recall after the holiday's!

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