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Getting to Know Arthur & Associates

December 17th, 2014 | Filed under: Holiday Events Holiday traditions | Posted by Elf jennifer

Cheer

The family that runs and operates Arthur & Associates truly love what they do. Hillard, the owner and father of three boys, remembers as a small child experiencing the magic of photography and how memories are made. Hillard’s favorite part of the holiday season is watching others receive joy, knowing that they are making lasting memories of happy moments. Other tokens of joy throughout the holiday season for Hillard are the Christmas treats always around and the heartwarming music. Hillard’s favorite tune is “I’ll be Home for Christmas”, a song with lyrics that really state what Christmas means for him.

Now we all know how Hillard will be spending this holiday season; palin’ around with Santa, eating lots of goodies, and taking a moment to reflect every time he hears “I’ll be Home for Christmas”. What are your favorite aspects of the holiday season?

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Holiday Treats: Christmas Crunchies

December 21st, 2013 | Filed under: cookie recipies helpful hints Holiday traditions seasonal recipes | Posted by Elf jennifer

These Christmas Crunchies are such a delectable treat! Everyone always seems apprehensive of these at first because they are a little odd looking, but they are so delicious! Sweet, salty, and crunchy!

Ingredients:

1 (12 oz) package of butterscotch chips

2 heaping tablespoons of peanut butter

1 small package (12 oz) of fried chow mien noodles

Tasty Holiday Treats

(The golden treats)

Directions:

Place chips and peanut butter in a saucepan and melt over very low heat, stirring constantly so not to burn.

Once it is melted through, take it off the heat and add the fried chow mien noodles.

Gently fold to coat all the noodles in the butterscotch mixture.

Place wax paper over your counter and begin spooning the mixture onto the wax paper. Make small balls, the size of small cookies. Allow to cool for 1 hour.

Enjoy!

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