Gardening, Cooking and Decorating on the Prairie of Kansas

Welcome to Linderhof, our 1920's home on the prairie, where there's usually something in the oven, flowers in the garden for tabletops and herbs in the garden for cooking. Where, when company comes, the teapot is always on and there are cookies and cakes to share in the larder.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Up to My Knees In Bunnies and Chickies

What has become a Holy Week tradition
the making of hundreds and hundreds  of cutout cookies
As a fundraiser for PEO
This year's count -- 600

Trays and trays of cookies
Some baked and uniced
Some iced and undecorated
Some decorated and ready to bag

It's a long process for the icing has to dry
before the cookies can be decorated 
And the decorations need to dry before the cookies can be bagged

The dining room was the cookie factory

A tray of bunnies ready to be bagged

 But I still take time for tea . . . 
It's restorative
My tea time treat?
The culls -- I'm also in charge of Quality Control!

Bunnies all sacked and ready to be delivered

A pan of chicks ready for their new owners!

The dining room table full of pans of chicks and bunnies!

This is the second year
It's now a tradition!

I'm joining Michael at Rattlebridge Farm for Foodie Friday.


Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

That many cookies is a big undertaking, and they're all cute little bunnies and chicks.
Happy Easter.

Unknown said...

The cookies are just so cute! What an undertaking. I love the blog and the pics.

Southerncook said...

WOW, you amaze me with your tireless evergy. The bunnies and chicks are so cute.


Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Martha, how delightful to hear fron you! It made my day!!!!
If I lived close to you I'd buy lots of bags!!!! YUMMY!
Being in charge of quality control certainly has it's benefits.
Happy and blessed Easter to you and your family!

Sarah said...

Martha, I'd be buying lots of bags of cookies if I lived near by. What a great idea, but an amazing amount of work. 600 bags of cookies ~ wow!
Happy Easter!

On Crooked Creek said...

Sorting out the culls is a hard job, indeed! BUT who better to do that thanthe cook! Ha!!! Enjoy your spoils, dear friend!!!