Friday, October 24, 2008

henrybella's Visits Holly Hill

I meant to say but then forgot. I meant to tell everyone local to Freeman House that I'll be at Holly Hill Homestead's Christmas in October on Saturday with a cart full of henrybella's goodies. (Pumpkin Pecan Bread, Brown Sugar Oatmeal Cookies, Organic Oat and Molasses Brittle Bars, Southern Banana Bread, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, Double Chocolate Brownies, Cheddar-Chive Cornbread Sticks and Sour Cream Apple Pies will be there, too.) If you're in the area, please stop by and say hello!

13 comments:

Kim said...

Hello! I need to book a flight to Texas. It all sounds very delicious.

Sue said...

Yummy- wish I were closer.

Linda Z said...

Too bad I can't hop a plane... sounds soooo delicious. Hope you are having a better day today. May God comfort your heart as he continues to refine you in this life... so that you may shine His glory as brighly as the sun!! You are His radiant bride!

Kristie said...
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Kristie said...

Sorry about the previous comment being deleted...that was me. I'm dingy sometimes!

Your goodies look so yummy...I'm sure they'll sell!! Have fun!

Beverly said...

Yes, that breathtaking picture deserves to be your header for awhile ...

kali said...

How far from Wichita?? I wish I could be there!!!! How would one place a long distance order from HenryBella's? :o)
Hmmmm...Banana Bread. Maybe with some farm girl honey butter...makes my heart sing!!!

serenitymeadow said...

My goodness, what a picture of pure yumminess....enjoy your day at Holly Hill!

Patsy said...

Gosh Brin, everything looks just wonderful. Sure wish I was there. Give Millie some scratches behind the ears from me.

Rosa said...

I love brown sugar oatmeal cookies! Everything else sounds delicious as well. To bad I can't be there. :(
I've been praying for you.

fairmaiden said...

I just love your names for your sweet treats...I have a puppy named Bella and a daughter named Holly. Love those names:O)

I don't think I've had a chuckwagon bowl of real beef stew since my teens when I road on an oregon trail wagon in my grandparents(and 10doz.other relatives)hometown in NE. We sat around a fire and ate that good cowboy food while the cowboys played guitars and sang to us. There ain't nothin like it!

Kathi~Lavender, Lace and Thyme said...

Your picture is amazing, I could eat the computer screen :)

Hugs,
MN Kathi :)

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

I'm so glad to hear more about your bakery, any news on it? The cookbook too? Everything looks so yummy!