A few days ago, I received the following email from our church administrator, Tim. (I think he meant to send it to the North Pole.)
I have been a pretty good boy this year. I know you’ve been watching, so you know how hard I’ve been trying. There’s really just one thing I want this year and then I promise I’ll be even better next year. Could you get Nicole Whitacre to bring those killer-to-die-for crab crackers to the Pastors’ Christmas Party again this year? You could deliver a couple of cases of the crab meat to her so she could bring a lot and so I won’t feel so guilty eating hundreds of them. Do you have her address? She lives in Virginia, which is just outside Washington DC. If you’re coming by sleigh, just turn left at Great Falls and head west. Well Santa, I guess I’ll go now. Thanks for listening. Please check your list because I’m pretty sure I’ve been good.
P.S. Please let me know what jobs I can do for you.
The “killer-to-die-for crab crackers” recipe is from my friend (and fabulous cook), Jessica.
1 stick butter
1 jar Kraft Old English Cheese Spread
1 T. Mayonnaise
1 tsp. garlic salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 T. onion flakes
6 oz. crab meat (fresh or canned)
6 English muffins
Separate English muffins into halves. Mix all other ingredients together. Spread the mixture on muffin halves. Broil until browned and bubbly. Cut into quarters (if so desired) and serve immediately. If frozen, bake at 375 degrees for fifteen minutes and broil one minute at end. Freezes well.
See you back here again on Monday,
Nicole for the girltalkers