Thursday, March 08, 2007

Fav Holiday Treat?


What is your favorite holiday food treat? Any holiday.

For example: I love Cadbury Bunny Eggs at Easter. I bought one the other day, and it was delish, but I'm going to try to stay away from them for the rest of the Easter season.

Randy loves pumpkin pie during Thanksgiving. I make several for him during October/November and he eats the whole thing by himself.

My sister in law also loves Cadbury Bunny Eggs. She actually freezes them so she can have them all year. She's skinny too...this makes no sense to me.


the_a_team said...

By holiday food treat does it have to be like a dessert, or just something you only eat aroung that certain holiday?

High in Demand said...


the_a_team said...

OK then I would have to say that my favorite holiday thing to eat is a turkey sandwich made with dark meat only on Allsup's white bread with Miracle Whip! I'm getting hungry just thinking about it! Hopefully by Thanksgiving most of my weight will be gone so I can enjoy one these yummy treats!

Pamelotta said...

I am not a fan of the Cadbury eggs. However, I used to laugh my rear end off when I was younger at the Cadbury egg commercials. You know, the bunny that was saying bock bock meow bock bock meow. Not sure exactly why he was saying that.
I am a fan of Peeps. I love 'em. I find that most people either love em or hate em. I love em! And since they started making them for nearly every holiday, I can eat them any time of the year!!!

mccobbey said...

Valentines - Dark chocolate anything

My birthday (it's a holiday for me) - Flan

St. Patrick's Day - Green chips at Chili's

Easter - Dark chocolate anything

4th of July - Grilled chicken using mesquite wood

Halloween - Dark chocolate anything

Thanksgiving - Sweet potato casserole

Christmas - Eggnog

ericaprosser said...

New Years- champagne & strawberries!
Valentines- chocolate anything
St. Patty's- green french toast
Easter- PEEPs! PEEPs! PEEPs!
July 4th- hot dogs & corn-dogs
Halloween- PEEPs cats (they're purple)
Thanksgiving- pumpkin anything & cider
Christmas- eggnog & candy canes as stir-ins for my coffee!

Tangerinetinselbreeze said...

Let me think....
New Years Champagne
Valentine's BIG red heart filled with lindt truffles or dove milk chocolates
St Patty's Green Beer- not really- a fat tire or newcastle is fine without the extra green dye
Easter- Bunny chocolate truffles
Baby showers- melt-away creme mints, danish wedding cookies, pink thumbprints, pineapple sherbert or pomegrante rasperry sherbert punch
Tiramisu a la Chef Joel
Anniversary- Nectarine Galette
Thanksgiving- cornbread dressing, gravy and mashed potatoes, mom's fruit salad
I could actually have a blog dedicated soley to eating, but that would be cyber gluttony- it is still a deadly sin.

Anonymous said...

Ok, one year wedding anniversary: A big piece of my frozen wedding cake...I'll let you know how that turns out!