If I counted correctly, this is my 210th (and final) post of 2012. I share here the most commented-on posts on the Art Biz Blog from the past year, along with the number of comments. Many of these are my Deep Thought posts, which always attract lots of comments. Just in case you missed the previously . . . [...]
I hope your day is filled with peace, love, and joy. Thank you for your gifts and for being here. Merry Christmas! [...]
Cheers to those who look forward my recipe for Bert’s Eggnog each year! I’m a little like Susan Stamberg who annually recites her cranberry relish recipe on NPR and, despite its ghastly Pepto-Bismol coloring, swears it’s delicious. (I’ve had it and beg to differ!) Anyhoo . . . I PROMISE my eggnog recipe is the nectar of the gods and goddesses. [...]
Did you ever know in advance what your Christmas presents were? Confession: I knew every year of my youth. And it didn’t happen honestly. I figured out where Mom hid all of our gifts before they had bows on them. As soon as she discovered I knew of her hiding place, she found another hiding place and then another. [...]
The holiday book and gift sale is November 26 through December 18, 2011. Shop now to guarantee Christmas delivery. [...]
In case you missed any posts during the last 12 months, I’ve selected one from each month to call your attention to. Here they are: The Greatest Hits from the Art Biz Blog from 2009. [...]
Just a quick note and picture to wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas. [...]
Every year about this time I contribute to the delinquency of my readers by posting the annual Bert’s Eggnog Recipe. Why would this year be any different? I’ve already responded to a number of frantic emails: Where’s the eggnog recipe?! I can’t force you to make it or drink it, but I strongly encourage you to do both.
People who have professed to strongly dislike eggnog have been amazed by its deliciousness and, frankly, its power. This is a knock-your-socks-off elixir.
Making the recipe isn’t easy. It requires at least three bowls (one for the yolks, one for the whites, and a third for whipping the cream). I recommend grabbing an elf because you’re going to want four steady hands.
One last piece of advice. Make this the night before you want to serve it. We have it every Christmas MORNING. Yep, morning. The bourbon provides for a nice Christmas-Day nap. Just don’t say [...]
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