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Cheers To Christmas Color Coordination And YOU!

Color Coordinated Christmas

Who styled this photo anyway? And more importantly, who is their interior designer? Rarely if ever have I seen a living room with such an unexpected and original color scheme.

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Here’s To Meatloaf, Santa Claus And The Most
colorful Christmas EVERRR !!!

Santa Claus Meatloaf

As a child I always enjoyed playing with my food but I never dreamt I would grow up to be a food crafter. But that, among other things, is what I am! Among my favorite foods to craft with is Meatloaf. Who, except for vegans, doesn’t love meatloaf?

This holiday season, Christmas Meatloaf of Santa Claus is what’s for dinner. Pass the ketchup!

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Turkey Twister

A joyful trio of well-dressed, well-pressed gents entangle themselves carving a parsley garnished roast tom turkey centered on the Christmas dinner table. Mini Santa's in boxes, an upside down bowl-shaped jellied cranberry sauce mold in a tall green-stemmed glass, and the ladies are all watching.

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FAN GALLERY

Astro-weenie Christmas Tree

I was THRILLED when I found your Astro Weenie Tree idea since I was to attend a Christmas Eve party and was asked to bring something for the pot luck. Little did I know it would take so much time and money?… I didn’t care, it was going to be FABULOUS! and it was…

I added battery operated lights to the foil cone, and added a pole wooden dowel up the middle because mere peanut butter was NOT going to hold this 6 pound masterpiece! I also had to make a foam core star since star fruit was “out of season” according to my grocer.

The tree was a huge success at the party, though hardly anyone wanted to scar it’s beauty by actually eating it! I brought her home and relocated all of the uneaten food to plastic bags. When I got up Christmas morning I found that my dog was not afraid to eat it at all!

Keep it up Charles! I’m toasting some cereal tonight! Keith

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FAN GALLERY

Astroweenie TreeMy first attempt at edible architecture!

I constructed this AWCT (with Olive Orbit) to celebrate the end of four years of interior design school. Building materials included: Lil Smokies, salami slices, tofu cubes, swiss cheese, cheddar cheese, broccoli, baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, green olives and black olives – crowned with a raw beet. I served it with a double-dip selection of French onion dip and dill dip.

It was a savory success!