I love that song from the “The Fiddler on the Roof! I can just hear Teyve belting it out – especially this time of year when we are surrounded by traditions.
It was playing in my head on Saturday as we moved the boxes of Christmas decorations from the attic and started to decorate.
The first of many Christmas traditions were about to begin – decorating the Christmas tree – followed, of course, by Chocolate Fondue.
But this year, I have departed somewhat from the usual “after- the -party” traditions. Normally, I would put the left-over fondue in a small container and hide it in the back of the refrigerator. Then I would slowly enjoy it one bite at a time in the days to follow.
But this year – you might want to sit down for this – this year I shared.
I know it’s shocking, but really I did!
Actually, Angel girl and I took the left-over fondue and whipped it up with 3 ounces of cream cheese and one tub of Cool Whip.
Then Angel Girl put them in pretty dishes and we called them Chocolate Mousse.
We served them as dessert that night after our evening meal of Broccoli-Cheese soup – which was a good thing because we all knew that a spoonful of chocolate helps the green vegetables go down!
So has a new tradition been born? Time will tell!