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Felted Trees, Snowballs, and Jenny’s Artisan Crisps

IMG_3764Oh boy, you just never know what you’re going to find at a church bazaar in Connecticut. I saw some darling handmade Christmas trees made from repurposed wool made by my friend Kara. I bought three of them immediately to put in my Annie Mame Boutique in Madison. I snatched up the last four giant coconut snowballs made by Meriano’s Bake Shoppe in Madison, and drumroll here, please…I discovered Jenny’s Artisan Crisps made in Essex. Wow these are wonderful. These are so good I don’t even know where to start. Olive Oil and Sea Salt, Parmesan Rosemary, and Apple Pie. Jenny was serving the more savory crisps with hummus. I couldn’t stop eating these things. The Apple Pie crisps are made with locally grown apples and they have lemon rinds in them too, they really do taste like an Apple Pie without all the guilt. I don’t know where Jenny learned to make these, but the world needs to know about them, and she’s working on that. Jenny’s crisps should be in every Connecticut winery in the state and that’s just for starters.