And the food! Oh My! . . .It's an experience in itself. . . .One of the reasons I didn't mind working Christmas Day was the food. . . .Christmas Dinner was banquet tables--yes, tables--of culinary favorites from the Colonial Williamsburg chefs. . . .Recipes from the taverns, Colonial Williamsburg Inn and Lodge, and the bakery. . . .Makes my mouth water to think about it. . . .
Every Christmas I send my friends Christmas Card Recipes. . . .A small token I share for them to enjoy at Christmas or to tuck away until later. . . .
This year I chose the King's Arms Tavern Pecan Pie. . . .It's very easy. . . .and always delicious. . . .It includes a pastry crust recipe that is wonderful also. . . .although I admit that I often use the frozen pastry when in a hurry. . . .
Since you, my blogging friends, are so special to me, I thought I'd share a Card and Recipe with you!
A Southern Classic. . . .Hope you enjoy it. . . .
Oh! and Feel free to print out the recipe to share with your friends. . . .
. . . from my farmhouse to yours. . .