Christmas is a tradition and time of celebration of love and happiness with our friends and loved ones. Baking and decorating Christmas cookies is just as big of a tradition in many families. We have found many deliciously decorated cookies and would like to share them with you: Continue reading
Cookies by Design offers a variety of opportunities for giving cookies as sweet gifts! One of the great services is our Corporate Gift Program. The program is designed to make corporate gifting easy and unique. This is great for clients who need to place multiple orders that are delivered to different addresses and need custom design orders repeatedly over time. So what does this program have to offer? Continue reading
Our Christmas cookies today can be traced back to Medieval European recipes. From the Lebkuchen in Germany, Krumkake in Norway, to the Papparkakor in Sweden, traditional Christmas cookies have many flavors. It wasn’t until the early 16th century that the Dutch brought Christmas cookies to America. The original flavors of Christmas cookies are still celebrated today during the holidays. Continue reading
Shopping for gifts can be stressful, especially if you have loved ones and friends that are hard to buy for. Why not give a gift that is sure to put a smile on their face? Our cookie bouquets, baskets and boutrays come in colorful and festive designs for this holiday season. From snowmen and reindeer to elves and Santa, there is a design for every person on your holiday gift list! Continue reading
From the first “Thanksgiving” feast in 1621 between the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians, Thanksgiving has grown today, into a holiday that is nationally recognized. Even though it wasn’t until 1863 during the Civil War, that President Lincoln had made Thanksgiving Day a national holiday.
The first feast didn’t feature pies or any other desserts that are today, found on every table on Thanksgiving. The colonists and Indians enjoyed a meal of fowl, deer, and other staples that the Wampanoag Indians ate. Our entrees today differ very much from the meal in 1621, but our traditions have stayed the same. Continue reading