I feel like this holiday season came up pretty quickly, and I’m sure many of you are still busy shopping or prepping your kitchen with ingredients for your favorite dishes for your holiday dinner.
As I went around running holiday errands, I occasionally snapped photos of the holiday lights and decor at various restaurants and eateries around the Bay Area. There were lots of wreaths, which seem really popular, and just a few Christmas trees. But I’m sure it doesn’t take much to get into the holiday spirits, especially with the cold weather we’ve been having.
So I hope you all have a relaxing, food-filling holiday season!
You can see the full photo essay in my Exhibits section.
This is also the time for wishes, and it’s always nice to have a Fairy Hobmother to grant your holiday wishes. What’s a Fairy Hobmother, you say? Well, I learned about it from reading a post in my friend Foodhoe’s food blog. The Fairy Hobmother apparently is some British appliance site and “she” grants wishes to food bloggers who posts comments. You never know which comment (and wish) will be granted. In fact, it took awhile after I commented on Foodhoe’s post before I got a visit from the Fairy Hobmother.
If you have a food blog and would like to have your wish granted (keep in mind these are usually gift certificates to an online shopping site and not like you would get a free dishwasher from here), then just post a comment below and maybe you might get a visit from the Fairy Hobmother. I mean, this is the season for miracles right?
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