Sunday, December 18, 2016

BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE


Freezing at noon and "feels like" 24 degrees.  


Mexican hot chocolate and pan dulce 
(Mexican pastries).  

Nice way to warm up the insides.  What is your favorite "stay warm" treat?

17 comments:

FionaG said...

Perhaps not a treat, as my chair is right beside it, but I love it every single time.....sitting beside the combustion stove (with a fire going inside of course). It's a guaranteed winner.

Tomato Thymes said...

I love Mexican hot chocolate.

Anonymous said...

Oh how I LOVE Mexican hot choco!!!

anne marie in philly said...

campbell's tomato soup with pasta - just like my grandmother made it.

Elephant's Child said...

Snuggling into bed with a book.

Texas Rose said...

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup - nothing more comforting on a cold winter day.

Colleen said...

Got up and went to the grocery store early; was around 15 deg. at that time. Hey, at least the grocery store wasn't crowed at that time. Got in and out real quick
Had hamburger pasta soup later in the day.
Just think; the first day of winter is Wed. the 21st. I have a feeling that it will be a loooooong and cold winter.

Katie C. said...

I made some lemony orzo soup with leeks and tons of dill!

1st Man said...

Now THAT is thinking outside the box. Love it!

1st Man said...

Isn't it good? YUM!

1st Man said...

Love it too. Just wonderful and spicy!

1st Man said...

What a neat memory!! And a great comfort food~

1st Man said...

I like the way you think there. Covers and pillows and a good book! Nothing wrong with that!

1st Man said...

Yes! Love soups of all types but something about chicken soup.yum.

1st Man said...

More soup! Yay! And sounds good! Yep, first day of winter coming, feels different this year to me too.

1st Man said...

And even more soup! Love it! Lemony orzo? Wow, sounds delish!

Sandy said...

1st Man,

I know this is strange however, when it's very cold outside and we go fishing at 5AM we bring a heavy duty thermos full of steaming hot Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup. It tastes amazing at 5AM out in temperatures in the low 20's.