Tuesday, December 14 - time undetermined: Focaccia runs out.
Friday, December 17 - 10 pm: Last of four dozen gingerbread cookies leave the oven.
Saturday, December 18 - 7:30 am: The gingerbread army starts receiving their royal icing.
Saturday, December 18 - 2:40 pm: Tupperware full of gingerbread plumets from the car dash onto the seat. Casualties are reported.
Sunday, December 19 - 9:45 am: The first of almost 150 pizzelles comes off the pizzelle iron.
Sunday, December 19 - 1:10 pm: The last of nearly 150 pizzelles comes off the pizzelle iron. Celebratory quiche is consumed.
Tuesday, December 21 - 6:50 pm: Almond bark goes into the fridge to cool.
Tuesday, December 21 - 10:25 pm: Candy thermometer stops working while I'm melting the white chocolate for peppermint bark.
Tuesday, December 21 - 10:26 pm Meat thermometer pressed into service for emergency candy duty.
Tuesday, December 22 - 10:38 pmCandy cane dust encrusts hands, counters, rolling pin.
Tuesday, December 22 - 11:28pm Exhaustion wins.
What does it look like in your kitchen these days? Mayhem? A Merry Martha Christmas? Moderately Messy? Something else entirely devoid of "M"s?