I love food that comes in shapes — makes eating all that much more fun, you know? Yes, I know that marks me as holding on to my inner toddler. That’s why I’m so glad I’ve got Captain Adorable, my 18-month-old grandson, around now so I’ve got an excuse to appreciate goodies such as these ghost-shaped marshmallow/graham cracker cookies and these heart-shaped peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches. Actually, the cookies are from the dessert and bread chef at Crocodile Ed’s, a newly opened restaurant in Florence, Alabama, http://www.crocodileeds.com. She makes delicious breads, cakes, pies — and handmade marshmallow/graham cracker cookies — that she sells from the restaurant and at the Jack O’Lantern Farms market on Thursdays and Saturdays, http://www.jackolanternfarm.com/. Her Apple Ring (what I call an apple tart) is beyond marvelous, believe me. And the peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches? My daughter, Capt. Adorable’s mother, made them for lunch for me and the Captain one day. I did share!
How lucky you are to have a daughter that makes food for Capt. Adorable and you!
Look at the little hand grabbing the sandwich. That is the Capt’s right? LOL!
Cute, cute cute!
I love that little hand reaching for the sandwich. It doesn’t get much cuter than that.
Aw, thanks so much! That is the Captain’s hand, and he was moving much too fast to grab a sandwich to let me get a good focused shot.