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  1. #11
    I make a cinnamon spiced almond that is much in demand from my co-workers...if they don't get them from me at Christmas, a small riot ensues! I can share the recipe if you are interested.

    As far as ordering food, here are some places that I use:

    www.earlysgifts.com Southern ham, sausage, country bacon, breakfast baskets, etc.

    www.brownies.com (need I say more!?!)

    www.boudinbakery.com (for those who have a hard time getting good sour dough bread in their area)

    For cheeses:

    http://store.tillamookcheese.com/

    http://www.cypressgrovechevre.com/ (home of Humboldt Fog cheese)

    (KLD)

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    Thank you everyone for the responses and great ideas! Cheese has won out I think - I can't believe how many different types there are once you start looking for it !

    Linda a friend of mine makes pepper jelly - OMG - it's so good. She'd bring some to work for a treat - crackers a little smidge of cream cheese and the jelly on top - yummers !!

    Food is the best part of xmas for me !!

    Obie
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  3. #13
    Every year my wife smokes a dozen or so 1-pound squares of Tillamook cheddar to give as gifts. They're always appreciated. She makes a couple extras for ourselves, too.
    We make up food packs of things produced in our vicinity - marionberry jam, Pinot Noir, cheese, etc. - for gifts, unless there's a special "normal" gift for the person.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by rfbdorf View Post
    Every year my wife smokes a dozen or so 1-pound squares of Tillamook cheddar to give as gifts. They're always appreciated. She makes a couple extras for ourselves, too.
    We make up food packs of things produced in our vicinity - marionberry jam, Pinot Noir, cheese, etc. - for gifts, unless there's a special "normal" gift for the person.
    That would work for me....Oregon makes some of the finest Pinot Noir available.

    All the best,
    GJ

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