Definitely try the Cook's Country recipe! It uses ground-up white chocolate chips and nonfat dry milk along with the cocoa powder, and it's seriously delicious. I agree that melting real chocolate into milk is ultimately the best method, but I swear this powdered mix gives it a run for its money. I make a huge batch at Christmas and give out jars of it as gifts!
Any Tips For Making Better Hot Cocoa? Good Questions
|11/29/12 11:06 AM|
My grandfather started a political button collection many years ago, and we still have it in the family. It has been added to in recent years but it also includes historical campaign buttons going all the way back to Lincoln. The buttons are pinned all over every square inch of a small stuffed elephant (Grandpa's party of choice) handmade out of simple gray canvas, and the elephant sits on a bookcase now. I've always thought it would be fun to extend the collection to a stuffed donkey on the left side of the bookcase... ;) Done this way, the buttons don't feel "collection-y" or obnoxiously political. But it makes for a very personal and funky piece of decor.
Ideas for Displaying a Political Button Collection in Non-Cheesy Way? Good Questions
|11/9/12 10:47 AM|