Friday, January 01, 2010

Happy New Year!


New Year's Eve 2009

I made our traditional New Year's Eve pizzas yesterday. Click here for the recipe from last year's post.

6 comments:

rhymeswithplague said...

A very happy New Year to you and yours, Loren! And while we're talking about recipes, you should know that Mrs. RWP made your Grandma LaCapria's Biscotti for Christmas and people raved about it. We even gave some away as a gift to old friends. Our version used dried cherries and chopped almonds. Scrumptious! Thank you!

Loren Christie said...

Thank you Mr. Brague. I will try dried cherries, that sounds yummy. Grandma LaCapria is smiling in heaven.

Putz said...

ALL ITALIANS SMILE WHEN THEY GET TO HEAVEN, ALL OF THEM

Loren Christie said...

Because God is Italian and when you get to heaven's gate and apologize for bad behavior on Earth He pats you on the back and says- "HEY- Whats-a-matta-you? Fugedaboutit!" Mr. Putz, can you really confirm this hunch of mine? ;)

rhymeswithplague said...

LOL!!!!! What a picture! God as Cousin Vinnie!

Just for the record, I don't think so....but it does sound like an episode from Joan of Arcadia, doesn't it?

Loren Christie said...

Yes, Mr. Brague. :) That was a good show!

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