Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Tomorrow / Demain

Busy bee in the kitchen, hoping from a cookie to another.

Busy bee in the kitchen, rolling in sugar, cinnamon and honey.

The bee baked and ate, and baked again. She added flour, nuts, rose water and sugar a million times. She ate and baked, and ate again.

Baking sheets are sore. Oven is blazing hot. She will bake more. Not today. Not tomorrow. Tomorrow she will dress up. Her daughter will wear a beautiful cream dress with Cross-Stitch embroidery. Her better half will wear a suit and a sky blue tie.

Laughter, prayers, photos, family, cookies, hugs and kisses will wrap this joyful day.


Happy Eid al-Fitr!

Thank you, for everything.


Anonymous said...

Wishing you Selamat Hari Raya Puasa

Anonymous said...

Très bonne fête de l'Aid ma chère Warda :)

LizNoVeggieGirl said...

Very clever, fun writing style!! Love it :0)

Liz T. said...

Best Wishes!

The cookies look wonderful. Is the recipe available? Apologies if you've already posted it -- I haven't found it yet.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

Lovely post!

Anonymous said...

Eid Mubarak dearest Warda, Mo & little L....may you be wrapped in the joyful warmth of love and enjoy many many rich blessings in the year ahead. Your attire and feastings sound wonderful
Love this post as per usual...busy busy bee :) love and hugs xxx

Warda said...

- SooooooUP, thank you very much!

- Marion, merci beaucoup ma cherie,

- VeggieGirl, thank you!

- Liz C, I'll be posting the recipe shortly. Thank you for yur wishes.

- Lydia, thank you, dear!

- My Browniegirl, you are the sweetest! Thank you for your heartful wishes and your friendship! We have a blessed day with too many cookies ;)

Anonymous said...

A beautiful & blessed Eid to you & yours!


Anrosh said...

Eid Mubarak.
i have read your blog cover to cover over a long time and have enjoyed your lucid writing and amazing recipes... i am writing here for the first time

Maggie said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful afternoon! I looked but couldn't find your date cookie recipe. I can't gush enough about how much I liked them.

Warda said...

- Rickshawdiaries, thank you very much! To you as well!

- Anrosh, Thank you for this sweet message and your thoughful words!

- Maggie, And Thank you for the lovely cards and wondeful foodie gift. I LOVE dark chocolate! I haven't posted the recipe of "Makroud" (the dates cookies) yet. I'm so happy you liked them!

Andrea said...

Your family is so lucky! And what beautiful cookies that little bee put together!

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

Darling Warda,
Hoping your journey and Eid were extra wonderful. I STILL need to write you about something. You don't have an email link on your blog!

Anonymous said...

Have a wonderful celebration!!


Anonymous said...

Such cute and beautiful biscuits- I don't think I would be able to emulate them for my kitchen, though!