Every year for many years my gorgeous friend Karen who is the mother of our lovely God daughter Sheridan makes our family one of her scrumptious Plum Puddings. They are just so delicious. She takes pity on my poor family who wouldn't get a lovely homemade pudding if left up to my culinary skills. She never fails to make the 'pudding' run on her way south to her Family for Christmas.
Karen decorates the pudding so beautifully and I know it's a gift she gives with all her heart and it is very precious to our family. So thank you my wonderful friend.....we shall enjoy it.
|Isn't it 'pretty'|
I hope you are all enjoying your Monday. I am off to have lunch with Ann for a Christmas catch up. We decided no pressies just a little ornament for our tree.
Blessings Michelle xx
lovely post Michelle and that pudding looks so pretty.xxReplyDelete
Great post Michelle... thanks so much for sharing. The pudding looks amazing and it is definitely made with love... what a true GIFT you've been given.. Enjoy... and enjoy your day out today too xxReplyDelete
G'day Michelle. That pudding looks so lovely wrapped up like that. What a wonderful friend you have to make you a Christmas pudding. I hope you enjoy it.Take care. Liz...ReplyDelete
What an awesome gift.... and it looks so pretty too... EnjoyReplyDelete
Hi Michelle, that pudding looks so pretty, and I'm sure it will taste delicious as well. Have a very Happy Christmas and Best wishes for 2012.Hugs from Rosalie.ReplyDelete
Such a beautifully presented pudding. What a fabulous gift.ReplyDelete
Lovely post, lucky you getting such a beautiful pudding. A gift from the heart!ReplyDelete
Good luck to your friend on her retirement. More 'friend' time means win win for your both.
That sure is one big pud,enjoy.Hope your day out was a whole heap of fun.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Michelle.
Oh I love plum pudding ,haven't had it for year .i love how she decorated it. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Someday I'll taste one of these concoctions, lol...it sure looks festive!ReplyDelete
What a lovely friend to think of you... And so beautifully decorated...ReplyDelete