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really lovely blog. keep up the good work!


I make spiced pecans and almonds to give as gifts every year, but I hadn't been able to find a good recipe for walnuts. This is it! Thank you!


BTW, what is the sea salt in the recipe for? I see it in the ingredient list but not in the directions.

jen a

oh my gosh! i can't believe i for got to write to sprinkle the candy with the sea salt - off to correct now - thank you so much for the heads up cinnamon!


Oh. My. Goodness. I just made these with the intention of taking them to my in-laws to share tomorrow and I don't think there will be any left! These are soooooo good. Thank you for the recipe!!!
Happy Holidays. :)

jen a

ha! i love that! ours didn't last long either ;)


Oh, I know of the feeling you speak of regarding the nutcracker! My daughter also performed for 4 years on the Nutcracker with world reknowned dancers/directors...she's 24 now and travelling cross the country in a vintage Scamp. Their dreams change but, your heart is always full for them! Your words are lovely...

jen a

i love that linden - thank you - watching them pursue those dreams, regardless of how fleeting - is such joy. xo

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