Countdown to Thanksgiving: Bread Recipes

To say that Miss Bee loves bread is an understatement.  She has been known to ask my Sister Bee to bring several pans of rolls for Thanksgivings — one pan for her, and one for everyone else.

She’s been helping put together our menu for next week and we have a few recipes to consider.  We have had good luck with this recipe Easy Garlic Butter Hawaiian Rolls.  I like them because they are also perfect for making turkey sandwiches later that evening or the next day.

Twist:  For recipes where butter is the star, I only bake with European-style butter. Plugra is one brand and Land O Lakes also has a great product. European-style butter has higher milk fat and a richer taste and creamier texture than regular butter.


1  package of King’s Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

1/2 cup (1 stick) salted butter, divided in half.

1 TBL garlic, minced

Sea salt flakes, coarse sea salt or Kosher salt


Preheat over to 350.

Heat 1/4 cup of butter (4 TBL) in small skillet over medium-low heat until it bubbles.  Add garlic and reduce heat to low.  Cook 30 seconds.  Remove from heat and set aside.

Place the remaining 1/4 cup butter in the bottom of 8×11 baking sheet.

Place baking sheet in the oven until butter is melted.  Remove baking sheet from the oven and place rolls in the pan.

Using kitchen shears or a sharp knife, cut a deep “X” into the top middle of each roll.

Brush the rolls with garlic butter and sprinkle with sea salt flakes.

Bake 12-15 minutes or until rolls are golden brown.

Remove from oven and serve immediately.

Rolls can be cooled and reheated.

Garlic Parmesan Rolls

A recipe we want to try is for Garlic Parmesan Butterflake Rolls.

4 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold,
    or 12 Texas-Size Rolls
2 Tbl. unsalted butter, melted
2 Tbl. Mayonnaise
1/2 – 3/4 tsp. garlic powder
1 1/2 tsp. dried parsley
3 Tbl. grated Parmesan cheese  

Place 24 frozen rolls in a 9×13-inch baking dish, cover with plastic wrap and thaw in the refrigerator overnight.  In the morning, combine two thawed rolls and roll into a ball.  Using clean kitchen scissors, cut four or five deep cuts, almost to the bottom of the roll.  Place in a greased muffin tin.  Repeat with remaining rolls.

Combine melted butter, Mayonnaise, garlic powder, dried parsley and grated Parmesan cheese.  Generously brush all over the rolls, covering every last bit and getting into all the slits.  Spray plastic wrap with cooking spray and cover rolls.  Allow to rise until doubled.

When rolls have risen, remove plastic wrap and bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 15 minutes.  Serve.  Makes 12 rolls.

One Hour Dinner Rolls

And click on this link for One Hour Dinner Rolls using yeast.  They sound delicious.

I’ve got lots more recipes on my Breads and Muffins Pinterest Board.

Mrs. Twist’s Guide to Thanksgiving: Breakfast Recipes

Since we eat later in the day on Thanksgiving, I like to prepare a breakfast we can enjoy while finishing up the last minute cooking and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade on television.  Today I am sharing four tasty, Twist-Lab tested recipes that are wonderful!

Cranberry Christmas Cake

The taste-testers in the Twist Laboratory love this recipe for Cranberry Christmas Cake which you can find here on my Pinterest board.


It’s starts with a 12 oz bag of these ruby jewels.  During the fall and winter season I stock up on fresh cranberries because they freeze really well.  Tip:  If you freeze them don’t wash them first or they will get soggy.  Just keep the bag intact and tuck inside a ziplock bag and throw into the freezer.   You can add a handful of cranberries to your muffin recipes and throw a palm full into your oatmeal while it cooks on the stove.

Cranberry Christmas Cake

3 eggs
2 cups sugar
3/4 cup butter, softened
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups all-purpose flour *
12 oz fresh cranberries

* Gluten Free Substitution:
1 1/4 cup brown rice flour
1/2 cup potato starch
1/4 cup tapioca starch
1 teaspoon xanthan gum

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. With a mixer, beat the eggs with the sugar until slightly thickened and light in color, about 5-7 minutes. The mixture should almost double in size. The eggs work as your leavening agent in this recipe, so do not skip this step. This mixture should form a ribbon when you lift the beaters out of the bowl. Add the butter and vanilla; mix two more minutes. Stir in the flour until just combined. Add the cranberries and stir to mix throughout.

Spread in a buttered 9×13 pan. Bake for 40-50 minutes, or until very lightly browned and a toothpick inserted near the center of the cake comes out clean. (I baked mine for 43 minutes.) Let cool completely before cutting.


It wasn’t even cooled when the Twist Lab assistants converged onto the cake.  They both ate two slices and said this was a winner!  And, for a twist, I made a smidge of powdered sugar and cream icing and drizzled a little on a slice.


This cake is a MUST for your holidays.  I could easily see this cake divided into two 8×8 square disposable pans, tied with ribbon — perfect as homemade gifts!

The next recipe I just tried when Sister Bee was here for a visit is this recipe for Egg, Potato and Sausage Skillet from Six Sisters’ Stuff.

It was easy and delicious and a nice change from the traditional breakfast casserole.  What I liked about it is you put everything into the skillet and let it cook while you finish up the rest of breakfast.  It makes alot, too.  There were six of us and we had a few servings left over.

You can’t go wrong with the Pioneer Woman’s recipe for cinnamon rolls.  I found this recipe several years ago and make them all the time.  Even if you have never made cinnamon rolls, you can duplicate this recipe with ease and be so proud of yourself! And, as you can see, it makes about 6 pans of rolls you can freeze for company or as gifts.

Pioneer Cinnamon Rolls

And last this retro dish that I just love — Hot Curried Fruit.  I mean what says retro more than pears and maraschino cherries!  This is a recipe similar to one Mother used to make for her famous brunches.  Look at the bubbly, buttery brown sugar sauce!

Hot Curried Fruit


1 29-oz can cling peaches

1 15-oz can pineapple slices (I used chunks)

1 29-oz can pear halves

5 maraschino cherries without stems, halved

1/3 cup butter

3/4 cup light brown sugar

4 tsp. curry powder (I only used 3 tsp.)

Preheat oven to 350.  Drain fruit.  Pat individual pieces of fruit, with paper towels, until thoroughly dry.  Arrange fruit in a 1 1/2 quart baking dish.  Melt butter.  Add brown sugar and curry.  Spoon over fruit and bake 25 minutes.

This can be made a day ahead, refrigerated and then baked.  It serves 10-12.

If you missed previous posts in my “Mrs. Twist’s Guide to Thanksgiving” click here for Part One and here for Part Two.  I’ve got more to share so be sure to sign up for my newsletter on the right-hand side of my webpage.  My posts will be delivered right to you email in box each morning!

Mrs. Twist’s Guide to Thanksgiving: Recipe Week

This week I will be sharing some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes.  Sweet Potato Delight is a dish Mother and Sister Bee have served for many years at our Thanksgiving table.  I love it and the meal wouldn’t be the same without it.  In fact, Miss Bee always has it at the top of her “wish list” too.  It’s almost like dessert with the buttery, crumbly topping.

Sweet Potato Delight

1 large can of sweet potatoes (I usually double the recipe)

Heat potatoes and juice and mash thoroughly.  If you want to bake sweet potatoes ones you can, but this tastes just as good.

Mix together:

One stick of melted butter

1 tsp vanilla

3/4 cup of sugar

1/3 cup of evaporated milk

2 beaten eggs

Combine all of the ingredients and pour into a buttered 9×13 dish.

Top with the following mixture:

1 cup of brown sugar

1/3 cup of flour

1/3 stick of melted butter

1/2 cup of chopped pecans

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until set.

Apparently I don’t mind my food touching.

Mrs. Twist’s Guide to Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday. Period.  I love the food and the focus on family.  I’ve got lots of experience hosting Thanksgiving meals from watching Mother do it with ease, grace, and in heels, both at home and on our farm back in the day.

This guide includes several links to a series of posts I have written — including gathering your recipes, creating shopping lists, recipes, breakfast ideas and wine pairing.  Click on each link to find the topic.

Gather all your Recipes:

Prepare a recipe booklet with all the recipes you plan to prepare.  This idea, which is brilliant, came to me from bestie.  She has a packet with all the dishes she prepares every Thanksgiving and a timeline for prep.

Now, this might require more effort this year, but think how easy it will be to pull this out next year and take the guesswork out of wondering what you will make and where you stuck that recipe.  For today, just pull all the recipes together — stack cookbooks with sticky notes on the pages, find loose pages with all the recipes, whatever your filing method.  If you have a photocopier, copy every piece of paper or put everything into a tote bag and go to the office supply store.


Beverages — including non-alcoholic and cocktails

Appetizers — Do you need these — because the entree and sides speak for themselves?  But, if this is tradition for you, then by all means include them.

Entree – Where are you going to order your turkey and/or ham

Sides – something new or tradition

Rolls – A holiday doesn’t exist for Miss Bee if there is no bread represented at the table.

Desserts — I have a few standards I like, but I also love chocolate cream pie and I order this from a local bakery.

In my family, Mr. Bee always makes the turkey, I enjoy trying to make a few sides and the desserts. If this is your method, make note who is bringing what.

And, I know there are people that prefer to cater their meals.  If this option makes the holidays less stressful, then go for it!  Start thinking about who you want to order from and place your order this weekend.

Time Saver:  Here’s another time saving trick inspired by bestie — chopped vegetables she needs for cooking!  This way she gets all the chopping and prep done, then can store the veggies in the freezer until they are ready to be used for the recipes.  Mr. Bee is my Ninja chopper which is good because this is my least favorite thing to do when cooking.

Prepare Your Shopping List:

Go through each recipe and start recording what you need.  Work on this list for a few days so you can add extra things you always forget.  If you do the bulk of your shopping now you will miss the crazy crowds. Here are a few resources I found to help prepare your shopping list:

From Southern Living – The Ultimate Thanksgiving Grocery Shopping List here.

From Martha Stewart — The Classic Thanksgiving Shopping List here.

From Parents Magazine — Grocery List for the Easiest Thanksgiving Dinner here

Bon Appetit magazine — The 36 Hour Thanksgiving Grocery List here with a downloadable printable you can use.

Want a great recipe for Sweet Potato Delight — then visit this post for the recipe.

Want breakfast ideas for Thanksgiving morning?  Then go here for part three of the Mrs. Twist’s Guide to Thanksgiving.

Want ideas for picking the perfect wine for your Thanksgiving meal?  Then click here.

Everything I have mentioned in this post can be found on Pinterest where I have started a Mrs. Twist’s Guide to Thanksgiving so you can save these ideas.

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It’s Finally Fall — Create Your Bucket List!

I love everything about fall — the cooler weather, decorating the house with autumnal colors, the smell of cinnamon, pumpkin spice lattes and the list goes on.  Which makes me think of Mother.  Every season, especially in the summer, she would have me write a “bucket” list of things I wanted to see, do, or accomplish.  It was a lot of fun for us to draw a line through the things we did.  What are your “musts” for the season?  Here’s my list for fall…

  • Buy a cart full of pumpkin spice foods at Trader Joe’s.
  • Wear boots.
  • Have a fire in the fireplace.
  • Watch TV outside by the fire.
  • Sleep under a pile of blankets.
  • Lounge in sweatpants.
  • Brew pumpkin spice coffee.
  • Bake and eat pumpkin bread (Trader Joe’s sells the best box mix).
  • Burn fall-scented candles.
  • Decorate the house and porch for fall.
  • Start putting together my Thanksgiving menu.
  • Shop for Halloween candy.
  • Open windows in the house to bring in the cool breeze (done a few weeks ago)
  • Change out bed linens to fall blankets and pillows.
  • Visit a pumpkin farm (did this last weekend in Granbury.  Picked fresh from the vine at Arison Farm)
  • Go on a hayride (ditto)
  • Carve a pumpkin.
  • Eat pumpkin seeds (Trader Joe’s is supposed to have whatelse — pumpkin spice pumpkin seeds).
  • Make pumpkin pie (or any kind of pie for that matter).
  • Watch countdown to Christmas on the Hallmark Channel.
  • Start listening to Christmas music on November 1.  Don’t be shocked.  I have done this for about 20 years and it makes me happy.
  • Use my crock pot more to make soups.
  • Bake cookies — of all kinds.  I am an equal opportunity cookie maker and eater.
  • Wear my houseshoes.
  • Make breakfast for dinner while the fireplace is going (reminds me of my childhood for some reason).
  • Watch the movie Halloween.
Lily and Val

That’s it for now.  But, we’re not done!  You have to comment what your “must” is for fall.  It’s not fair if I told you and you don’t share.  I love to read your comments!  And it might inspire me to try something new. Happy fall y’all!

Whimsical Appetizers for Easter

My little Easter bunny niece is coming for the weekend and I’m picking out fun appetizers for the adults to enjoy during her egg hunt.  Now that Miss Bee is a teenager, I’m looking forward to pulling together ideas for a little one.

First are these cute, devilish chicks.  They are a twist on a deviled egg. The eyes are capers and the beaks are nibs of carrots.  How cute!  If you are needing to take a dish to an Easter gathering, you will long be remembered for these peeps.

Next, how delightful a platter of Tomato Tulips would be.  Just quarter grape tomatoes almost all the way through, then use a toothpick to attach each to a trimmed whole green onion. Fill a plastic bag with garlic-herb cheese; snip a corner and pipe into buds.




And, I think Miss Amelia would love to wake up on Saturday morning to a plate of Easter Bunny pancakes.  Only 3-ingredients go into these hotcakes — a banana, self-rising flour, and eggs.

All of these recipes were inspired from the latest issue of Good Houskeeping and are pinned to my Appetizer Pinterest board.

14 Gift Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Fellas, if you happen to read my blog (hopefully on your own or because your gal says “oh, this? Mrs. Twist told me about it.”) I am sharing some deliciousness to make you look like a King gifting the Queen on Valentine’s Day.  Fourteen ideas…

One:  Sur la Table Cooking Class. She can pick her own class — maybe for a GNO, or baking, or perhaps she will book a couple’s night out class with you!


Two:  A limited edition Le Creuset pink heart shaped Dutch oven.  A splurge, but what a way to show her you love her not only on Valentine’s Day, but also when she makes Aunt Helen’s pot roast!

Three:  This is an easy one — Trader Joe’s Chocolate heart-shaped cookies.  They are a shortbread cookie dipped in chocolate and covered in sprinkles.  I took one of my Ikea jars (from this post) and filled it with a box of these cookies.  Such a pretty, inexpensive gift.  Add a gift card to Starbucks and it will be a perfect girlfriend gift.


Four:  Hurley House Cupid Corn. Katherine posted this beautiful pic on Instagram today and I knew it would be perfect for my list.  “Candy covered popcorn with sprinkles, packaged in a sweet single-served box.”  Call (817) 349-8934 to place an order for everyone in your office!


Five:  Mix Tape.  Kickin’ it old school.  If you have no clue what a “mix tape” is you are probably too young to be interested in Mrs. Twist.  Popular in the 80s and 90s before you could easily download music, you’d make a mix tape (i.e. the dinosaur cassette tape — or as Mother used to refer as Kay-sette) to give to someone you were crushing on.  But, now you could put it on a thumb drive.  Load it with classic love songs and you are good as gold.

Six:  Fizzing Bath Bombs from Whole Foods.  I love to go to their beauty aisle, it smells amazing. Lidded jars full of bath bombs and salts.  They come in six amazing scents — my favorites are Rose Petal and Muscle Soak. And you can package them in cute brown paper sacks.

Seven:  Microwave Popcorn Maker from Uncommon Goods. This little teapot shaped popcorn maker has a port in the top for a pat of butter to melt right onto your corn!  Combine with a good bottle of wine and a Redbox movie and you have a fun date night.



Eight:  Bird Feeder.  It’s that time of year when birds will need access to food because winter has arrived and soon springtime will mean nesting. This adorable birdfeeder how-to video would be a fun project to do with the kids.  Don’t want to make one, Wild Bird Center has a wide variety of feeders and seed to get her started with bird watching.

Nine:  Diffuser with Essential Oils.  I have practically one diffuser for every room in the house and I take one with me when I travel.  There are all sorts of oils available out there.   I prefer Young Living Essential Oils.  They are a bit more expensive, but they are pharmaceutical grade and the company really does set the highest standard possible with their Seed to Seal promise.

My favorite relaxing scents are lavender and jasmine.  I love Purification and Thieves, but that doesn’t really say “Happy Valentine’s Day” to me.

Ten: Sees Candy.  This “BigAss Elegant Heart.”  I mean I would fly to the moon if Mr. Bee gave me this.

Hello, lover.  I can do serious damage to my hips on this one, but I don’t care.

Eleven:  Professional Organizer Services.  I know this isn’t really romantic, but maybe after you present her with the BigASS Elegant Heart candy box you could say something heartfelt like “I thought it would be nice for you to have someone help you organize the pantry like you’ve been talking about doing.”  Men don’t get how organizing makes a woman’s heart sing.   My friend, Elizabeth, gets it done.  She’s helped me transform most every room in my nest.

Twelve:  Fun house slippers with a pedicure gift card tucked inside. If I could click around the house in these, I might never leave.  I mean one can never have too many mink, turquoise lucite slippers.


Thirteen:  Farmgirl Flowers.  They ship nationwide and only use locally sourced farms, not greenhouses, to create a unique bouquet.  Their signature burlap, hand-tied wrapped posies look hand-picked from the garden. Use code SWEETS for 10% off your order.

Fourteen:  Jesus Calling.  I saved the best for last.  Mother had a copy of this book in her room when I was going through her things after she died.  Mother attended church all her life, but I honestly didn’t know she was as faithful to God until after her death.  It’s something I regret not sharing with her.

This beautiful daily devotional lays out words and scripture that Jesus laid on Sarah Young’s heart. It’s no accident when you read your daily passage, that you will say to yourself, “How did He know I was feeling this way today?”  Ask someone who owns a copy of Jesus Calling and they will tell you the same thing.  Since Valentine’s Day is a day of love — why not give her a gift that she can use every single day from the person who loves her the most (behind you, of course).

So, there you are.  Now, go forth and get it done.  You have two weeks and no excuses.  Mrs. Twist saves the day.

Christmas Morning Pancakes

It’s time to start thinking about what to have for Christmas morning.  I came across a recipe for Vanilla Cinnamon Buttermilk Pancakes on Pinterest.   Hands-down these were the best tasting pancakes I think I have ever had.  They tasted very similar to the Cracker Barrel version.  Fluffy, with just enough sweetness added from the vanilla.  I love a pancake that cooks up with a slightly crispy edge.

Here’s a quick tip:  The recipe calls for buttermilk.  If you don’t have any on hand you can “sour” your regular milk by adding lemon juice – either fresh or concentrate.  This recipe calls for 2 cups of buttermilk.  I poured 2 cups of 2% milk in a measuring cup and added 2 tablespoons of lemon juice.  Stir and let it sit on the counter for about 10 minutes before use.

The recipe is from my Pinterest “What’s for Breakfast” board.  The original source is The Chunky Chef.

Vanilla Cinnamon Buttermilk Pancakes

2 cups of flour
3 TBL of white sugar
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
2 cups buttermilk
1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 egg
1/4 cup melted butter

Melt the butter and set aside to cool down slightly.

To a mixing bowl, add the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.  Use a whisk to combine all dry ingredients well.

In a separate bowl, combine buttermilk, vanilla, ground cinnamon and egg.  Whisk to combine.  Add melted butter and whisk again.

Slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, whisking and stirring to mix it all together.  Once it’s combined, stop mixing.  If you over-mix, your pancakes won’t be light and fluffy.

Set the pancake batter aside and heat up a large skillet or griddle over medium low heat.  Add a bit of butter to the preheated griddle and spread it out.

Use a 1/4 or 1/3 cup measuring cup to scoop the pancake batter onto the griddle or skillet.  Slowly pour it onto the surface, circling outwards to make a nice circle.

Let the pancakes cook for about 2-3 minutes.  You’ll notice bubbles popping up on the surface of the pancake, if the edges look set, carefully flip the pancake over.  Cook another 2 minutes on the other side.

Remove to a plate and cover with a kitchen towel.  Alternatively, you can place the pancakes on a baking sheet and keep it in a low heat oven, until you’re ready to serve.

Food always tastes better served on Christmas dishes.

What’s on my Holiday Play List — and What’s Not

I start listening to Christmas music on November 1 each year. I just like the way it makes me all happy inside.  Growing up I played tunes on our HiFi stereo console.  It looked like a table, but you lifted the lid to access all the equipment and the slot for the albums.  I cranked that baby up, especially on Christmas morning.

I’m sharing some classics and new tunes that I like to listen to…

Christmas wouldn’t be without:

Anything from Johnny Mathis or Andy Williams like…It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year and Marshmallow World.

Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas and Breath of Heaven

Nat King Cole’s The Christmas Song

Brenda Lee Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

Vince Guaraldi — Famous for Charlie Brown Christmas Time is Here (if you’ve never googled Vince he was a pretty cool cat).

The Carpenters Merry Christmas Darling.  I used to think this was about romantic love.  But, now when I am missing my parents it could easily be a song about anyone you are longing for at Christmas.

Stevie Wonder Someday at Christmas.

Pink Martini — all of their stuff is awesome if you want a jazzy track for background music at your Christmas cocktail party.

Michael Buble — His Christmas album is fab (well, hello, Mr. Buble).  I love his rendition of Santa Baby from a guy’s perspective.

Mary Did you Know?  I prefer the version by Kenny and Wynona, but Pentatonix will do.

Sarah McLachlin her Christmas album is stunning.

Sleigh Ride — Barbra Streisand.  Although this could border on one’s nerves if you are really stressed (see the first song on the “Oh, no you Don’t” list).

George Winston December.  Beautiful piano music for a night by the fire.

Paul and Paula – Holiday for Teens circa 1963.  LOVED playing this when I was little.  And, I loved it that my Sister Bee was also named Paula.  If you don’t know what I am talking about listen to their holiday hootenanny here.

This photo makes me LOL.  Hostess Barbie looks ticked at the fellow on the sofa.  He’s either being too chatty with Midge and Skipper’s cousin from Atlanta, Skeeter, or he’s had one too many Corona and ate the garnish off the crudite tray.   Nevertheless, I thought it was the perfect pic for what my face looks like when the following songs are played.

“Oh, no you Don’t” songs that make me crazy.  I hope we can still be friends if you see one of your faves on here.  If you wrote the score or lyrics, first, thank you for reading my blog.  Second, I apologize.  It’s not you, it’s me.

Mannheim Steamroller  Carol of the Bells— DRIVES ME TO THE BRINK. Seriously, if you need more stress added to the 10-foot long to-do list for the next nine days — listen to this.

Any version of Carol of the Bells — it starts out nice, but the over and over RING, RING, RING, RING, RING makes me want to RING my hands then someone’s neck.

Madonna and Britney Spears — Santa Baby.  Ick.  I cannot stand it when singers make their voices sound like babies or Jennifer Tilly from The Bride of Chuckie.

Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.  No words.  Just don’t play it.  This was probably written by the same person that invented the talking bass fish on the wall as seen on TV.  Oh, and add a side order of I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas.  Peace out.

Little Drummer Boy.  I’m sorry.  I know this is a classic and the boy even had his own animated Christmas show in the 60’s, but I cannot stand Pa, Rum pum pum pum.  Over and over again.  I heard Jennifer Nettle sing it recently and it sealed the deal.  Done.

Christmas Shoes.  I know this is supposed to elicit feelings of appreciation for what you have, but it only makes me depressed.  After the first chorus, just give the kid the darn shoes and a candy cane, open another lane, and move the shopping line along would ya.’

Dominick the Italian Christmas Donkey.  I don’t understand why he has to be Italian.  But, nevertheless, it’s terrible.  As well as Nuttin’ for Christmas. I’m giving you nuttin’ for Christmas because this song is awful.

And I’m finishing the 2016 list with 8 Days of Christmas from Destiny’s Child.  OMG. “You know Christmas was made for chi’ren.  My baby gave to me a pair of Chloe sandals, a belly ring, a cropped jacket and dirty denim jeans (escusze me?), quality T-I-M-E, he make me feel so in la-la-la-la-la love, then finish with about 90 choruses of repeating “doesn’t it feel like Christmas.”  No. It does na na na na na not.  Because you just ruined it.

And to all a good night.