It’s no wonder why Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday of so many. The scent of the food alone fills hearts and homes with cherished memories of years gone by. Not to mention the combination of traditional flavors such as stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, sweet potatoes and turkey is nothing short of masterful. Many of you have chosen to make DeLuscious a part of your Thanksgiving tradition, and for that we are so grateful. So much love and care goes into each and every one of our cookies, it is a privilege to learn that our passion for cookies has become a part of your holiday experience.
Remember those paper fans you used to make as a kid? Pretty simple, right? Just fold the paper back and forth back and forth, pinch at one end and you have a fan! This little technique has been refashioned into the fan wheel, and has been making the rounds at weddings, showers, birthday parties, you name it. It’s an easy way to add a touch of color and retro modernism to any event.
Each Friday we like to share things with you that made us smile, laugh and cry as well as some pictures of our week. Enjoy!
Be the star of your Thanksgiving celebration by making this super-simple homemade pie, made possible with a little help from DeLuscious. No, DeLuscious has not gotten in the pie-making business, but nothing makes a more perfect pie crust than our oatmeal raisin cookies.
It was the coastline, soil, minerals and impeccable weather that attracted a number of Japanese immigrants to Southern California in 1912 where they began growing flowers. This entrepreneurial spirit inspired a number of people from diverse ethnic backgrounds to come together in 1919 to create the American Florists’ Exchange (now the Original Los Angeles Flower Market) on Winston and Fifth in Downtown Los Angeles. In 1923 that market was moved to a garage on 7th and Wall where it remains to this day.