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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Guess what just arrived?

Yummmmy!! We have been waiting all year and I had ordered last week, (prior to all the news) so it was a nice surprise today! I cannot wait to brew the Mardi Gras coffee (included in the package) and cut a piece!
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Paige said...

ok - now you have to tell.... Where is the King Cake from???? :-) Looks SO yummy!

jennifer said...

We may not do much celebrating of Mardi Gras around here but I think we are going to HAVE to do a King Cake. My inlaws are coming this weekend. That'll probably be a good time!

Leigh said...

Woo HOO! (I so did not do anything to make anyone throw beads just then...I am just excited abotu the cake.

Join me for thrifty Thursday this week is you can!

LauraBeth said...

Randazzo's right? Yummmmmm!

Paige said...

Ok 'Nawlins lady... I need to know the PROPER southern way of eating a King Cake. Believe it or not, I have lived in Mobile for about 10 years and only had King Cake 2 times. (I can see you gasping & clutching your pearls in shock!!) :) I think I am getting the wrong kind, since I think they are awfully dry! Cream cheese or plain? Filling or plain???

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

I love the Mardi Gras theme. It's so colorful and festive. Thanks for sharing.

Linda/ "Mom..."/ "MOAGS" said...

What a fun table, and a lovely couple you are! Blessings, Linda/ "Mom..."

CC said...

Love the cake! So yummy and festive against all the MardiGras fun stuff!

Carolyn (1st time with TT)

Fifi Flowers said...

You are READY for a GREAT Mardi Gras party!

Linda said...

Looks like party time to me, great table.
Linda Q

lvroftiques said...

Oooohhh can I have the little crown with my piece? And could it be extra large? *winks* It all looks so yummy I wish I could reach right through my puter screen....Vanna

Karen said...

Your King's Cake looks scrumptious. It reminds me of the one that is served on January 6th in Mexico. It is called King's Cake also, but it is really more of a yeast bread... and also baked with a plastic baby (Jesus) inside. Whoever gets the baby must give a party later in the month. It's fun! I wish we had some sort of Mardi Gras tradition here in deep south Texas but we just don't seem to. Glad to see you posting and have to figure out why I don't get your update notices. Take care. Hope all is well with y'all!!
Ladybug Creek