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December 23 2008 Cooking for Kids Newsletter

Warm Holiday Greetings to all of the Cooking for Kids Newsletter subscribers!

Thank you so much to each of you for reading my newsletter, visiting the Cooking for Kids site, and participating on the Cooking for Kids forum!

I have appreciated your support, advice, and encouragement the past year, and look forward to taking the Cooking for Kids site to a whole new level in 2009!

This week’s article, along with last week’s newsletter are arriving to you a bit late, due to my computer taking a long winter’s nap--and deciding not to wake up, ever again, lol!

I’ve got my new computer up and running and we’ll be returning to your regularly scheduled Cooking for Kids programming starting now!

On to the latest articles from Cooking for Kids:

Easy Holiday Appetizer Recipes

Holiday appetizers for kids couldn’t be easier with this cheesy bread bowl, served alongside fruit and veggie sticks!

Santa and Reindeer Recipes

While cooking for kids can be filled with fun and laughter, nothing beats cooking for Santa Claus and his Reindeer!

If you need a little ‘downtime’ during the holidays, come on by our Cooking for Kids forum. I’ll be a click away to talk about last minute recipe ideas, surviving holiday travel, or just to say hello and unwind from all of the festivities!

Also, there is a fun thread talking about holiday traditions. What are some of your favorite holiday traditions? To read what others have posted or to post your own holiday traditions, click below:

I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!

Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Brandii Lacey, Cooking for Kids Editor

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