Inspiration struck while at Michael’s the other day, aren’t these little patriotic decorations cute? Cute enough to replicate into a cookie? We thought so!
Happy 4th of July from the Yenta Mamas!
As our blogging event concludes, we travel today to the Holy Land and visit Meir at http://www.bisstyle.net/ who has dedicated the blog to group we would call in the States: “foodies”! The blog is so fun and captivating, his photographs of the food he both creates and captures from local restaurants are a treat in and of themselves – everything looks so good and delicious – one of our favorite posts was entitled (translated), “Time to Learn Chocolate” … enough said, so we clicked through and found a delightful post with photographs surrounding a visit he made to the French chocolatier, Valrhona, like we said, delicious!
Thanks for stopping by to visit us for “A Very Jewish Summer”. We hope you will continue to stop by all of the blogs we’ve shared this week. Here is a wrap up of the summer fun!
Day 1: Evoking Childhood Shabbat Memories…Prehistoric Style from Yenta Mamas
Day 2: Shabbat Style: Alfresco Orange from Chai and Home
Day 3: Camp Care Packages With Love from Made by Mamaleh
Day 4: Portobello Burgers with Sundried Tomato Aioli from Busy in Brooklyn
Day 5: Ceviche and Champagne from BisStyle
For those following our blogging party, do yourself a favor and click though to Chanie’s blog, Busy in Brooklyn, http://www.busyinbrooklyn.com/ … trust us, you won’t be sorry, you’ll enjoy her recipes, step-by-step instructions and beyond beautiful photographs of her creations. Each recipe looks better than the next (3-Cheese Broccoli Pull-Apart Buns, Speculoos Pancakes and Blueberry Frozen Yogurt Bites, and those were just the first three), needless to say, we already have plenty “bookmarked” to try in the Yenta Mamas kitchen!
A Very Jewish Summer
Yenta Mamas is proud to participate in the first inaugural A Very Jewish Summer! Five bloggers from the United States and Israel are getting together to present stylish and clever ideas to inspire your summer. Each day from Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 21 a new post will be published by one of the bloggers on the topic of summertime, Jewish crafts, kosher food, and entertaining style. The blog roster features the leading emerging Jewish blogs today.
This year’s roster includes:
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The school bell will be ringing for the last time this year and many kids will be promoting to the next grade level whether it be Elementary, Middle, or High School. We made these fun cookies because everyone still enjoys the signature symbols of graduation. We took a stab at a fun stick figure graduate. The other confetti and scroll design tutorials can be seen on Sweet Sugar Belle’s blog. MAZEL TOV to all friends and their children!
About a month ago we were contacted by Mollie Makes Magazine, a U.K. “lifestyle and craft magazine for those who live and love handmade” (http://www.molliemakes.com/). The magazine was interested in including our Downton Abbey cookies (or “biscuits”) in their Spring/Summer Wedding Bookazine for pages dedicated to Themed Weddings.
We are so excited to be included in this wonderful publication dedicated to taking a look inside the “homes of the world’s most creative crafters”!
We have taken a couple of photos of the magazine cover and the inside photo of our cookies and byline. See our original Downton Abbey post here: http://yentamamas.com/the-dowager-countess-of-grantham-returns-downton-abbey-cookies/
Enjoy and let us know what you think about this really special inclusion, thank you, Mollie Makes!