This picture has nothing to do with anything, really, but they look delicious, don’t they? (They are for sale, if you want some. Chocolate Snickerdoodles. You can find them in my Etsy store.)

I’ve been buried deep stocking up my Etsy store along with getting the 2017 workshop schedule set up WAY ahead of time. I’ve got the schedule on my website here, and as a change this year, you can also purchase workshop reservations through my Etsy farm store, too. This will make it possible for people to use credit/debit cards easily, and also use Paypal. You can find the workshops at my Etsy store here. Workshops for 2017 include more of the popular Taste of Sassafras Farm and Goats workshops along with bringing back Preserving and Candlemaking, plus more Hard Cheese workshops and a new Artisan Soft Cheese workshop. Chickens are on the schedule again, as well as all day Soapmaking including hot process, cold process, and liquid soapmaking. I’m really excited about the 2017 schedule.

Meanwhile, whew, glad to be back in the land of the living. I’ve got two more workshops to finish up this year’s workshop season, and I’m happy to be shipping orders from my Etsy store and back to more time for writing. By the way! Use coupon code THANKSGIVING10 to get 10% off in my Etsy store between now and November 19!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 15, 2016  

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  1. 11-15

    Glad you’re back, you have been missed! Your Etsy shop looks great, and I hope to place an order soon. I have special people that I know would love some fudge and pepperoni rolls! :snoopy:

  2. 11-16

    These looks delicious! I always make snickerdoodles for the holidays, I will add some dark cocoa and see how that works.:

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