Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Moda Bake Shop Sweet Celebrations Blog Hop

{Giveaway now closed!}

Welcome Everybody!!

I'm bringing the bunny to the Sweet Celebrations Blog Hop.  I'm excited to represent my favorite holiday of all...Easter!

In our house we don't have many rigid traditions with holidays.  We usually find that memories get made anyway...like the dog who ate all my sisters' Easter eggs before she could find them...or the dog that ate most of a 2.5lb chocolate bunny when we were at church (and lived to bark the tale).  Hmmm...I think I'm going to be keeping a close eye on our new puppy next Easter.


Oda May has sent me some questions to answer for y'all...

Q)  What is your favorite holiday memory???  


A)  My mom always made "Ham & Green Stuff" for Easter.  It is a regional delicacy where she grew up in St. Mary's County, Maryland.  Through the magic of the internet we've discovered it's called Stuffed Ham or St. Mary's County Ham and she took quite a few liberties with the recipe.   We never had kale...we used celery and onions.  It is delicious served with biscuits on Easter Sunday.  We also made it for either Thanksgiving or Christmas but it's expensive and labor intensive so definitely not something to add to the weekly menu.   Now we try to have it when we can all be together to enjoy it...preferably during the winter months so we can cool it outside.  I was what my mom called "the whopper-chopper" which meant I was in charge of making the cabbage just the right size in the food processor.


Q) Do you prefer to celebrate with cupcakes, cake pops, or just plain ol' cake?
A) BROWNIES!!


Q) Are you holding on to a particular fabric that you can't bring yourself to use?
A) I have finally started cutting my beloved American Jane Building Blocks Stash.  It's my all-time favorite and I'm using it (and my other American Jane stuff) to make a king size great granny square quilt for my bed...on point!



Q) Do your kids/pet/spouses help or hinder your creative process?
A)I'm pretty sure I'd have more time to do stuff without them in my life but then who would I do it for??? 

Q)If you and your best friend were going to dress up as a horse, would you be the rear end so that she could be the front?  Tell us how you became friends.

A)I'm pretty sure my BFF Amie would not be involved in shenanigans that involved a horse costume.  If we did, though, I'm pretty sure I'd get relegated to the back (don't tell her I said this but she is a bossy butt.).  We met in a college English class.  At first she thought I was weird and her suspicions were confirmed upon getting to know me better.

Q)What sewing accomplishment are you most proud of?
A) Being part of the bake shop and being in a book has been very very fun, but I have to say the thing that gives me the most lasting satisfaction is seeing my quilts become forts, superhero capes, and snuggling necessities.  I can still cozy up in a quilt my mother made from me even though she is long gone.  I like to say quilters are the only people who can give a warm hug after they are gone.  What a superpower!  I am happy to continue my mother's tradition of giving handmade things to my family. 

To celebrate, I'm sharing a recipe that I think would be just perfect for Easter.  This is a recipe we served at my sister's wedding...they really do melt in your mouth!  They also hold shape like a sugar cookie so you can cut them out in to shapes...just refrigerate after cutting and before baking to firm up the dough.   


To celebrate with me, Moda will be giving away 1 copy of Sweet Celebrations and a Jelly Roll to a lucky reader.  To enter to win, leave a comment on this post telling me what you'd drink to wash down these buttery cookies.  



Mary

294 comments:

  1. A hot, dark cup of french press coffee! Makes me want to go brew one now, can you send the cookies please.

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  2. Mmmmm, they look divine! I'd have a cup of Dilmah's English Breakfast Tea, with sugar (oops!) and milk. Yummo!

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  3. A hot chocolate using the Trade Aid HC cos it's so much nicer than the other brands!

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  4. I love shortbread cookies---they have always been one of my favorites. To me, they seem to go best with a cup of hot tea. Thanks for the chance to win the book and jelly roll!

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  5. I would get a glass of milk because then a grandbaby would climb into my lap to share.

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  6. Green tea, definitely! Especially the one with cranberry. Those cookies would be gone in no time!

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  7. Shortbread is absolutely my favorite cookie!! I wouldn't mind trying your Mom's Ham and Green Stuff too and will have to do a search!! I'd have to have a very hot cup of black coffee to go with the shortbread. I love fresh, ground whole bean coffee.

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  8. Yummy! I would definitely enjoy those cookies with a cup of hot, milky tea. Now, maybe...

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  9. Yummm.... I'd have a cup of hot apple cider with the cookies.

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  10. A cup of Raspberry Tea!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. A cup of Irish breakfast tea would be perfect with these cookies. Thanks.

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  12. A cuo of hot chocolate, yummy! Thanks and greetings from germany, Hildy
    hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

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  13. I LUV LUV LUV your comments about how a quilter can give a warm hug even after we're gone. And I'd wash down your yummy cookies with a cold glass of milk.

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  14. Skim milk. Something about sweets always makes me want milk afterward. Must be a family thing because my sisters are the same way.

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  15. Coffee of course!! Strong and hot! The recipe sounds delish and I would love to be entered in the giveaway!

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  16. I'd have some tea! It's my favorite and perfect for shortbread cookies. Thanks for the recipe!

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  17. I'd like a BIG glass of cold milk with ice in it. My Precious g'daughter taught me to drink milk with ice... it stays cold and doesn't dilute it ... and your cookies sound YUMMY! I'll be trying those delights! :)

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  18. LOVE your answer on kids/spouse/etc hindering the creative process! To date I haven't made anything for myself, but can't seem to stop sewing for them! To answer your question: Probably coffee! I've been drinking a new caramel cream blend from my Kuerig and it will complement these perfectly! Thanks for the recipe and giveaway!!

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  19. I have never seen this recipe!! Where have I been? I think coffe would be great with these... Double yum!!!

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  20. the recipe looks really great and to wash them down it would have to be Twinnings English Breakfast tea, milk no sugar and left to draw to make it slightly stronger.

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  21. Shortbread cookies are my absolute favorite! They are wonderful with a good cup of coffee. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the giveaway. I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of the book.

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  22. Hot tea with cream and sugar. Thanks for the recipe and giveaway!

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  23. Oh, I'd have them the Italian way, for breakfast with a foaming bowl of capuccino. Thanks for the chance to win; I haven't quilted for a long, long time, but the photos from your book has really inspired me!

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  24. Oh, definitely milk. Thanks for the recipe and the very interesting post and also for the chance to win this great book! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  25. I'm a diet coke junkie so it would have to be that. Your cookies look delicious. Thank you for the recipe. Can't wait to see the book. Yum yum...
    Congrats to you...

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  26. Coffee for me please! a dash of milk and no sugar!

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  27. How about some chocolate milk!

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  28. Your puppy is so cute. I always like a good cup of tea to go with sweets.

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  29. I'd be drinking tall glass of ice water with fresh lemon slices floating in it!

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  30. Iced tea please.

    Just met Amie.....she says you are right.

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  31. Oh, hot, unsweetened tea, the best way to enjoy that sweet buttery goodness. I've been using that same recipe all my life. It's amazing!

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  32. I'm not into tea, so it would have to be hot cocoa or chocolate milk.
    The recipe sounds delicious, thanks for sharing.

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  33. I would be drinking a cup of Harney & Sons Tippy Yunan tea. Thanks for the yummy recipe!

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  34. Remember Ovaltine! Well, I'd have to have a cold glass of mile with Chocolate Ovaltine. Thanks for the chance to win this great book. I look forward to owning my own copy even if I have to buy it. I love it.

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  35. I think I would have a nice cup of tea with your yummy ccookies. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  36. I think a cup of tea would go very nicely with the cookies. I love shortbread cookies, especially dipped in chocolate.

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  37. First of all - A SCOTTIE!!!! YAY!!! Scotties and quilters are a great match. Our Maggie sends her greetings. I would first put on my Scottie flannels and Scottie bathrobe, make a nice cup of tea, get a plate of those delicious cookies and....aaaahhhhhhh! Heaven!

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  38. I'd drink a big glass of milk with these cookies!

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  39. Those cookies looked delicious with a big glass of cold milke

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  40. Thanks so much for the yummy recipe ... I will eat them with coffee after my husband bakes them (lol)!

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  41. a 4 ingredient recipe - my kind of cooking!

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  42. Definitely a lovely cup of coffee. I have to tell you all off though, i'm supposed to be dieting and all this Sweet Treat blog hopping is making me hungry for sugary treats!!

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  43. It would depend on the time of day....a big glass of milk before noon...afternoon maybe with the holidays approaching, a rum and eggnog ;)
    Thanks for the chance!!!
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    mummyquilts@gmail.com

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  44. No matter what time of day I ate those cookies I would wash it down with a Diet Coke! Yum!

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  45. hmm, have to try those & I believe I would drink some English Breakfast tea with them! love your first Easter outfit/picture, you were sure happy!

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  46. Hands down Earl Grey Tea! It is my favorite. I am so jealous! I love your new Scottie dog. I had them when I was growing up but now live where I can't have pets. Thank you for sharing such a cute picture!

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  47. I love coffee with cookies. Thanks!

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  48. Got to go with milk with shortbread!

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  49. I think the cookies would pair nicely with some mint tea.

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  50. Yum! I would have these with a cup of hot Earl Grey tea, for sure!!

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  51. I LOVE shortbread. It can be a bit persnickety to make though. I've seen flavoured ones in recipe books, but never tried them. I think the butter flavour should shine through. I like to drink chai.

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  52. I was thinking lapsang souchong, but the other comments mentioning Earl Grey are making me rethink this. Either way, the cookies look scrumptious.

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  53. Well, the cookies sound YUMMY! If not havin' cold glass of milk...definitely will be serving with hot cups of tea!! Nice Moment to share with my own "Bestie"! (Who does KNOW I am the Crazy one! LOL LOL)

    Thanks sooo much for chance to be in your drawing! :)

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  54. Yum, shortbread cookies, my favorite at Christmas. I would and do eat them with a nice cup of Lipton's tea.

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  55. Yummm...a hot cup of lemon ginger tea. :)

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  56. I always have to have milk with my cookies-yum!

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  57. It has to be milk! I love to dunk cookies.

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  58. Yummy! All cookies must be washed down with milk. We love milk at our house. That's why none of us have ever broken a bone - we get lots and lots of calcium! :)

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  59. HELLO! COOKIES SOUND SO YUMMY!
    I THINK I'D HAVE A CUP OF HOT TEA-THANK YOU!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  60. This is an easy question - chai tea! It's wonderful on its own but will be even better with these cookies.

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  61. Those cookies sound delicious - I love shortbread. I would enjoy them with a nice cup of herbal tea.

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  62. I always just drink water. Not overly exciting.

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  63. If it was a chilly day, I would have the cookies with a hot cup of mint tea. On a warmer day, they would be wonderful with a cold glass of milk. They sound delicious.

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  64. Mmmm . . . french vanilla coffee.

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  65. Yummy, I'd be dunking your cookies in a glass of milk with 3 not 4 ice cubes floating on top. :)

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  66. Because I don't do a lot of baking near Easter and would make this awesome looking cookie recipe near Christmas, I'd drink some cinnamon hot chocolate with them. I might even share one or two of the cookies with my family. lol

    Thank you for the wonderful recipe.

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  67. I enjoy a nice cup of chamomile tea with my baked goods :)

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  68. It would have to be hot chocolate with the cookies. I've saved the recipe. Thanks.

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  69. Oh, these sound so good!!! I would like a big tall glass of iced milk to have with my plate of cookies, thank you!! ;-)

    Thank you for taking part in this hop, for sharing your delicious recipe and for the chance to win some wonderful fabric!! I'm so enjoying reading everyone's responses and am gathering up some yummy sounding recipes along the way! :-)

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  70. YUM! I'd drink a tall glass of milk, with the cookies fresh from the oven. If the cookies were not hot anymore, then a nice pot of hot tea would do the trick. Yum either way!

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  71. Definitely a steeping hot cup of Bridger Mountain Brew, a tea flavored with chocolate, caramel, and pecans and served at the tearoom The Dusty Rose, located next door to my shop.

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  72. Milk for sure!!!!!! Recipe sounds delicious!

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  73. Oh, I love shortbread. I would have a cup of hot something. Coffee before noon; herbal tea after noon. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  74. Delicious cookies!!! i'd say Coke Zero is my favorite....but maybe hot apple cider would go better!

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  75. A cookie that is rich like this one deserves a good tea--I'd choose Constant Comment to brew for the occasion.

    Thanks for the responses to the questions. Those little boys sure have cute grins!! Thanks also for your opportunity to win a copy of Sweet Celebrations.

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  76. A steamy dark chocolate with chai .. and maybe a dollop of cream. I LOVE SHORTBREAD!

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  77. A pumpkin latte might be nice!

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  78. I would have these yummy cookies with a nice hot cup of tea! PS I am keeping this recipe for Christmas!!!

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  79. Sounds like a yummy recipe! I think tea would be perfect.

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  80. Thank you so much for the recipe. My husband would say Milk goes with cookies. Got milk? Thank you for the chance to win that fantastic book from Moda as well as that awsesome Jelly Roll. You gotta love Jelly Rolls. Not too fattening and so easy to work with.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  81. Those sound really good - I'm going to have to try those. I'm sure most people say milk but I love my French Vanilla Cappacino or Hot Chocolate. Thanks for the chance.

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  82. Milk!! Or hot chocolate. I love cookies and brownies, and milk goes so well with them.

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  83. Well, I'm sure most people would say milk, but I'm such a Coke drinker, pretty sure that's what I would drink. Also a little ice cream with them would be so yummy. Thanks for the giveaway and your story.

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  84. WEll, i would drink milk with those cookies, need it to offset the sweetness. they look delicious! thanks.

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  85. Most likely a glass of ice cold milk! They look yummy!

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  86. The cookies sound wonderful! I would definitely wash them down with a cup of hot tea. Thanks for sharing your recipe, and for the giveaway!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  87. It would have to be good old Tea (preferably Yorkshire Tea) :)

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  88. It would probably be a glass of ice cold fat free milk ( so I could eat more cookies!). :-) Congratulations on being part of the book.

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  89. I would either eat these with a cup of black coffee, or green tea. Depends on the time of day. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  90. A milkshake as the vehicle in which crumbled cookies go! :-)

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  91. A lovely cup of Irish Breakfast Tea...of course!

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  92. A cup of coffee with pumpkin spice creamer!

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  94. My aunt used to make these...I even had them at my wedding ! I'd eat that plate with a big glass of cold raw milk !

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  95. Probably a glass of skim milk or a cup of peppermint tea. They sound very yummy!!!

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  96. Oh, definitely a hot cup of tea!
    Thank you for the chance at the give-away.
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  97. A good cup of coffee with a little bit of vanilla cream. These cookies look yummy!!!!

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

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  98. I will have a good cup of coffee with these delicious cookies!! I'm hooked on coffee now :) Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  99. Oh, those cookies sound dangerous! I would enjoy a nice cold glass of milk with them! Congrats on being a chef in the new book!

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  100. I would have to have an ice cold glass of Skim Milk. Thank you for sharing more about yourself!

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  101. Starbucks mocha, soy, no whip. I bet those cookies would be delicious with a quick dunk! Thanks for a great looking recipe! Your puppy is soooo cute!

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  102. Definitely a cold glass of milk. I prefer skim but since everyone else in my family wants 2%, I'll settle for that.

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  103. My drink of choice would be Sweet Tea- guess you know where I'm from.

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  104. What else? Milk does a body good and is delicious with cookies! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  105. Sweet tea would be nice, or lemonade. I'm going to try this recipe for one of my Christmas cookies.

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  106. Depending on the weather as it would either be hot cocoa,diet mountain dew or water. Your recipe sounds delicious!!

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  107. For shortbread it has to be milk!!!

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  108. A nice tall glass of milk, for sure! soparkaveataoldotcom

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  109. White tea with one sugar please.

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  110. I like to dip my shortbread cookies in milk.

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  111. Coconut green tea. :) And I agree with you about brownies being the best!

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  112. A big glass of cold, chocolate milk, of course!!

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  113. I love cookies with any hot beverage!!! coffee or hot chocolate, they do look delicious!!! thanks for the chance to win.

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  114. I would have a hot cup of coffee with the cookies - they look delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  115. I would have coffee with them. I usually drink 2 pots a day and cookies are always welcome.

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  116. I would have these yummy cookies with a nice cup of frreshly brewed coffee.

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  117. I would definitely be having some nice hot tea with these yummy cookies!

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  118. I think Citrus tea would be my choice :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  119. A nice cup of hot chocolate with a bit of Baileys in it.

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  120. I love a nice cup of tea, some sweets and a good book or quilting magazine!

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  121. Hot tea or deaf coffee is my favorite way to wash down sweets. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  122. I think a big glass of milk with those cookies would be a good pairing :)

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  123. Those cookies look delicious, and I've always wanted to try the melting moments recipe. Thanks for sharing! I think the new Iced Coffee by International Delight would be great with this cookie...especially Caramel Macchiato flavor!

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  124. No problem here, a cup of hot, black 100% Kona coffee.

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  125. Lifeboat Tea....hard to find in the US...but the best black English tea EVUH!!!!

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  126. Great post, loved hearing about you. Thanks for your receipe, those cookies sound yummy, yummy! What I'd have to drink with the cookies I guess would depend on when I'm eating them. If for a night time snack, then some cold milk. If I was having cookies for breakfast then some great coffee would be perfect!

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll@gmail.com

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  127. Mmmm brownies.... I think I'd just wash those cookies down with a big glass of milk. :)

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  128. Coffee of course and maybe milk also

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  129. I think a nice hot cup of Chai tea would do the trick (or an icy cold Coke!) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  130. Milk, or a cup of hot tea now that the weather is cooling off here!

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  131. That would have to be a nice cup of tea with a little honey and lemon.

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  132. I think a Starbucks Mocha Frappacino would complement these yummy looking cookies nicely!
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  133. I would have a nice hot cup of my favorite chai tea.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  134. I love milk with cookies and it doesn't matter what kind of cookie it is! I love milk!!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  135. I would go with Coffee, maybe iced coffee. :) Thanks!

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  136. Nothing better to wash it down with than a cup of cold milk :) thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. Oh, they look delicious. I would have them with a nice hot cup of tea!

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  138. Hot cocoa of course thanks for the chance to win.

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  139. I big glass of cold MILK! YUMMM!

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  140. Probably lemonade if it's summer, or hot cocoa with a little bit of Bailey's if it's winter!

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  141. I would love to have some Twinings Prince of Wales tea with them!

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  142. A glass of cold milk for me! These sound delicious. Thanks for sharing and for a chance at your giveaway.

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  143. These cookies sound so good! Thanks.

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  144. Warm Spiced Chai Latte (Chai tea made in Milk - no Coffee, got that once when I ordered a Chai Latte and it was not right).

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  145. A cup of hot Chocolate. Yummy!

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  146. Ice Cold Milk! The recipe looks delicious!

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  147. I'd love to say milk but I don't like milk. I am a dedicated Coke drinker...so COCA COLA - very very cold.

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  148. I LOVE all things MODA - this is so fun! And I would wash down the cookies with ice cold milk, of course!!

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  149. I would have a cup of hot tea to wash down yummy cookies. They do look like very yummy cookies.

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  150. Oh that is such an easy answer...a good cup of Community Coffee...thanks for being so generous.

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  151. A big glass of milk. Now, I just love that little dog! What is he?

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  152. Probably a tall glass of Diet Dr. Pepper!

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  153. chocolate milk for sure. yumm.

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  154. Milk of course... I love shortbread cookies - can't wait to try your recipe!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  155. I must be old-fashioned. A big glass of milk always goes well with cookies.

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  156. Coca Cola...................thanks for the opportunity to win and for the recipe!

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  157. A cup of Lady Grey tea; perfect for a fall afternoon.

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  158. Diet Dr. Pepper :) Excited for the book & chance to win.

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  159. Chai tea!! Those look yummy!!

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  160. I love these biscuits I would ave a chai latte with them.

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  161. I'd wash it down with a cup of Twinnings' Earl Grey in my favourite Cath Kidston mug!

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  162. Oh my gosh they look and sound delicious! Buttery and sweet would go great with a cold glass of milk.

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  163. Sweet mocha coffee would be my drink of choice, thank you! Thank you for the chance to win this great book, for your recipe and for a chance to win a Jelly Roll!!!

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  164. I have made that cookie recipe and it is so good it just melts in your mouth. I would eat them while drinking a strong hot cup of coffee with no cream or sugar.

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  165. Either a hot cup of tea or if I'm hot a cold glass of lemon aid. This looks like a wonderful book. ;-> Toni Anne

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  166. Ifit weren't for the calories, I would choose a creamy hot chocolate sprinkled with cinammon! But I'd probably actually have a skinny latte.

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  167. COFFEEEEE is the answer ^^ nothing else

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  168. Oohh i would love to try those cookies with the lemon zest added! Milk or coffee for me. If it's Christmas time, then egg nog ; )

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  169. Shortbread is one of my family's favorite cookies! YUM! I would definitely choose English tea.

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  170. Ohhh most definetely a cup of hot tea, like a Coconut chai tea from Celestial Seasonings.

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  171. A nice cup of vanilla tea - or maybe a glass of red wine - depending on the time of day, of course.

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  172. YUM! I love shortbread. And I would probably want some tea or ice cold milk to go with it!

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  173. Strong black coffee would be my drink of choice with these yummy goodies, or maybe a Mocha coffee if I was celebrating!
    Congrats on the book and thanks for the giveaway :)

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  174. It would have to be a big glass of cold milk!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  175. Champagne is ALWAYS an appropriate dessert drink .... :)

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  176. Earl grey tea would be my drink of choice. Thanks for the opportunity on the draw.
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  177. I would drink a diet Pepsi. LOL! thanks for the chance to win!

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  178. Some black spicy tea with a dash of milk... mmm, delicious!

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  179. I would drink Chai tea with those delicious looking shortbread cookies- they are one of my favorite cookies. Thanks for the chance to win such a fun looking book.
    Regards from western Canada,
    Anna

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  180. Chai tea, of course! It would be a perfect match! Thanks for the recipe and the chance to win such a great book!

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  181. Those cookies would be lovely washed down with a real lemonade

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  182. Green tea, no sugar no milk. That's what I drink every day for the last 20 years.

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  183. They sound delicious. Ice cold milk would be my choice; the only time I like to drink milk is with cookies.

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  184. Yummo! I'd have some hot Chamomile tea with these beauties.

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  185. I would have a nice cup of Bavarian wildberry tea, my favorite!

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  186. A tall glass of cold milk would be perfect with these. Yum. Can't wait to try them.

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  187. Hot chocolate with marshmallows would be nice - the cookies look yummy! Thanks for the give away!

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  188. A cup of tea would be wonderful.Thanks for the giveaway, and the chance to get to know a little about you!

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  189. I am a milk drinker so that would be my first choice. They sound so yummy...I am going to have to make this recipe! Thanks for all you share!

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