Thursday, December 22, 2011

Yummy Yogurt

Today, many times when I walked past our decorated Christmas Tree and admired the ornaments, memories floated ... There are so many treasured pieces that grace our tree.  Christmas' past - even from my childhood - are represented. Rudolph still has a "nose so bright" even though he is a tad faded after a few decades. It cannot be that long, can it? Ah, yes it is!  :) 

The nostalgia did not last long.  There was Yummy Yogurt to prep.  With all of the hubbub of getting ready for the holidays, the healthy staple foods that we enjoy daily need to be located quickly when the fridge door is opened for the next few days. 

Yogurt is a food my fam has always devoured.  Need that calcium!  Today my two Donvier Yogurt Makers quietly did their thing.  The 16 six ounce containers will last a few days.  :)  The 16th container will be saved as the culture, so the next new batch can be made - next week. 

I will be settling in to finish one last project using my Janome (sewing machine).

This weekend will be filled with FUN!  

Peace to all! 
Merry Christmas!



Rita said...

You learn something new every day with you blogger pals; this sure sounds great.

Anonymous said...

I love your little ornament! Your tree sounds a lot like mine. I love how every time the tree goes up memories flood our hearts. I have never tried to make my own yogurt. I am always so inspired when I come here. Many blessings to you and your family this Christmas and always ♥

Pam said...

Ummm, amazing! It sounds really good. I too love the memories with all the old ornaments. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

JG said...

Rita, Carol & Pam- I wish you & your families the same -
Merry Christmas!


Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

I love the sentimental ornaments!
Homemade yogurt, that is great. Must be so much tastier than from the store.