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As stressed as I get during the holidays, I truly do love them. Sure, I’m always running around like a chicken without a head, trying to get everything done before family gets in from out of town or the night before the actual holiday but I love every second of it! While I do love decorating the house, planning out menus around things my family lives for every year and picking out awesome gifts, my favorite part about the holidays is the amount of baking I do. Since I was small its been a tradition in my family to start our baking around the first of November and now that I have my own little family, I keep the tradition alive.
I have a list I work from every year. I do tend to stick with my family’s favorites and old family recipes that have been around since before my Grandmothers time but I also like to try out new recipes that I come across on Pinterest as well. Occasionally I’ll even ask friends for a recipe if I try one of theirs and just have to learn how to make it in my own kitchen. This year I made a little of everything but tried a few new things thanks to a partnership opportunity with Nielsen Massey, a supplier of fine Vanilla and other flavor extracts.
Nielsen Massey has been crafting the worlds finest vanillas and flavors since 1907. A business who has been around for that long must really know what they’re doing! To this day the company is still owned by Nielsen’s, the 3rd generation, and the family (including its CEO Craig Nielsen, COO Matt Nielsen and Chief Culinary Officer, Beth Nielsen) has spent their whole lives studying, learning and researching the best methods to produce pure flavors as well as how to achieve the best results in recipe and application.
To find out more about Nielsen Massey and their wonderful Vanilla & other flavor extracts you can visit them online or become a follower on their social media sites like Facebook|Twitter|Pinterest|Instagram|Youtube.
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