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Christmas in Malaysia during the pandemic requires us to stay at home due to the Movement Control Order (MCO) but that won’t stop us from celebrating this festive season Malaysian-style, with kampung houses made of gingerbread and also, local desserts like kuih-muih. These are Malaysia’s holiday sweets!
This Pavlova is a traditional New Zealand Christmas dessert, and it is also my favourite! It was named in honour of the Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova. And one hotel Chef in 1929 in Wellington, New Zealand who was inspired by the touring ballerina and created a dish with clouds of meringue to mimic her tutu and kiwifruit slices were copying the green roses that were into her costume. I hope you like it!
I have always loved Easter eggs with dioramas. My Christmas equivalent is vintage ornaments with a depressed starburst. You just know that something fun is happening in there! The same is true for a cream puff! This panel is a combination of an Aunt’s love for and my fond memories of Hawaii, Grandma’s use of botanicals for holiday and everyday decorating (now taken over by my sister), and the whole family’s taste for pineapple.
Mom would start baking Christmas cookies right after Thanksgiving. She would make a new treat each day, putting them in colorful tins & “ hiding” them in the cellar cupboard. We, of course, would always go sneak a few. She, of course, knew it! We continued this throughout adulthood. ❤️Cookies are my very, very most deliciously favorite part of the Holidays❣️💚❣️
When I arrived in Germany, I was surprised by the cookie tradition in December. Grandmothers and mothers enjoy making cookies with their children and grandchildren. It's a special occasion to gather the family together and prepare for Christmas.
Cookies of all shapes, with chocolate, jam, nines, chocolate chips or just plain sugar. Delicious!