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‘Holiday’ Category

  1. One Hungry Mama Makes a Pie


    November 23, 2013 by PO.P Press

    By Stacie Billis, One Hungry Mama Baking with kids is a holiday tradition for many families—but, sometimes, the reality isn’t as much fun as the idea of it. The mess and stress of baking with kids can take away the fun, so being prepared is a must. Depending on your child’s age, prepping just a few things ahead of time can make all the difference and bring joy back to a family tradition. One of my favorite things to make ahead is pie dough. When it’s time to get in the kitchen to make Thanksgiving pies with my kids, I pull out one or two rounds for “serious” pie making, and another one that my littlest can play with. My older son and I get …
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  2. Natural Easter Eggs


    March 29, 2013 by PO.P Press

    IMG_7735 YY LO50 OS 700Today we dyed Easter eggs using Glob’s Natural Easter Egg Coloring Kit. The kit comes with 3 colors (yellow, purple and blue), 3 compostable mixing cups and 3 small bamboo brushes. The dyes are made from herbs and plants, in this case, annatto, radish and cabbage.

  3. Where’s The Bunny?


    March 25, 2013 by PO.P Press

    bunny_taxiOur Stripey Bunnies can show up in the most unexpected places. All this week we hope you’ll help find where our Bunny is located. Every day, we will post a photo of our PO.P Bunny in a different location near one of our stores. Each day, we’ll pick a new winner for a $50 gift certificate.

  4. St. Patrick’s Party


    March 16, 2013 by PO.P Press

    IMG_4162 OS LO25 A couple of years ago, we had a play date on St. Patrick’s Day with my cousin and her children. They came bearing St. Patrick’s Day decor and Irish potato candy. The “potatoes” were delicious and were wrinkled and dimpled just like real potatoes! We had a little lunch, dessert, play time and craft time–all in all, a splendid little afternoon!

  5. Påskris: Easter Trees


    March 11, 2013 by PO.P Press

    paskrisAround this time of year, the markets in Sweden are filled with birch branches topped with feathers. Since there is very little blooming anywhere near Sweden, Påskris (Swedish Easter Trees), provide some color in the streets and in homes.