Show and Tell: Mishloach Manot

March 5, 2010

Show and TellOh what a happy girl I was to win the Stirrup Queen’s mishloach manot contest. I stuffed the ballot box — er, maximized my chances — by entering dozens of times.

Every day I’d keep looking out the window to see if the postman would turn into the driveway with a package instead of just stopping at the mailbox with letters.

It was everything I dreamed.

I have one thing left to eat, but everything has been delicious. Mel is such a skilled baker! Thanks soooooo much!

Next year, you should try to win the mishloach manot. Seriously. It is so awesome.

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8 Responses to “Show and Tell: Mishloach Manot”

  1. jill Says:

    Mmmm… Very jealous! 🙂

  2. Lavender Luz Says:

    How yummy!

    Both you you make me think of sweet things.

  3. Suzy Says:

    That’s awesome! Thanks for showing those delicious goodies!

  4. Dora Says:

    Mmmmmm! I won mine in the drawing on Cali’s blog. You showed more restraint than I did in taking a picture before diving in. Mine arrived just before I got snowed in last week. Perfect excuse to indulge. You’re right, Mel is an awesome baker. Everything was SOOOOO delicious!

  5. strongblonde Says:

    super jealous! i love getting treats in the mail! 🙂

  6. Kristin Says:

    OMGosh that looks yummy.

  7. Sarah Says:

    Wow they look wonderful makes me want to do some Sunday night baking!

  8. Mel Says:

    One day, when a flip camera comes into my life, I am going to create an online baking school 🙂 With samples mailed out ahead of time or at the end of class. That’s my project for my next down time.

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