After all of those cookies, I need a break. I’m going to take a little time to relax, visit some friends and family in Los Angeles and get my kitchen in order for another year of fun here on Lottie + Doof. Thanks to everyone who has been writing to say they are baking cookies, I love hearing that. If anyone is looking for another delicious edible gift to make for their friends or family, I highly recommend the caramel corn recipe over at Orangette. I am kind of obsessed with it. I have made it 3 times in the last week and ate my fair share of the stuff. It is pretty perfect. And if you’re looking for a last minute gift or a way to spend some cash from Grandma, check out the L + D Gift Guide.

I hope everyone is enjoying time with friends and family and looking forward to 2010! Be back in a week or so with some good food. xo


14 comments to “HOLIDAY”

  1. Happy Holidays!

    Thanks for all the amazing inspiration in 2009. I can’t wait to see more in 2010!


  2. Happy/Merry to you too! BTW – already purchased the fennel pollen and the Canal House book – thanks for the great list!

  3. I’ve had my eye on that caramel corn recipe but no time to make it! Hopefully this holiday weekend will change that.
    Happy Holidays!

  4. Happy Holidays!

  5. Love the photos and the recipes. Can’t wait for your arrival in CA. Have a safe and uneventful flight.

  6. best greetings for a joyous 2010 to you & all you hold dear!
    looking forward to your exquisite posts in the new year.

  7. hi, I saw your website from the website of Northwestern University. Next year August i will come to here.
    Love your photos, I also love the food very much, also have a blog for food and art.
    is it a small world, we have the same interest in food.

    Happy Holidays!

  8. Enjoy the holidays! Thanks for all of your inspiring recipes thus far. Cheers!

  9. happy holidays! i just added L&D to the Homies nominations. Thanks for all the wonderful recipes.

  10. Happy holidays, Tim!

  11. I just found your blog in the middle of December and was so inspired by your 12 cookies project that I made a huge batch of edible gifts this year! Dorie Greenspan’s Linzer Sables were enjoyed by all my family & friends!
    Thank you and you are now on my daily reads list.
    Wishing you peace & joy in the year ahead.

  12. Happy New Year! I really enjoyed the 12 days of cookies! :D

  13. Hope your holiday season was full of fun and great food. That first photo is stunning, btw. Wishing you much joy and good fortune for 2010!

  14. Thanks, Dawn! You too!

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