There is no doubt that last night’s game was a heart breaker, but a good fan knows that it pays to be optimistic. There is a silver lining to all of this: hockey players are hella hot, and Habs players are the hottest of them all. Either we are in for one heck of a comeback, or else the boys are coming home for the summer. And more hot men roaming the streets of Montreal is never a bad thing.**
Here are our picks for Top Ten Hottest Habs!
Have you started to read Longbourn by Jo Baker yet? If not, you should, because it’s the official pick for the next meeting of The Comedy Wives Bookclub. (The unofficial pick is Dr. Sleep by Stephen King, which is also pretty good, but makes for a less adorable cookie).
Longbourn is a reimagining of Jane Austen’s beloved classic, Pride & Prejudice, from the perspective of the household servants. Having just reread P&P, and nearly halfway through this month’s selection, I was inspired to create these tasty cameo sugar cookies to serve over tea at the next meeting. Continue reading
I may be a Montrealer, but my mother is actually from Boston. I love my mom like crazy, so I thought it only fair to follow up my DIY: Stuffed Habs Boyfriend tutorial with a DIY: Stuffed Bruins Boyfriend tutorial.
The process is essentially the same but with a few key differences. Hit the jump to get started.
Need a last minute gift for the hockey fan in your life? Or maybe you’re just learning to sew and need a simple project? Why not try your hand at this Habs Doll/Pillow Thing tutorial?
I’m not really sure what to call these things. They’re like dolls in the sense that they have a face, but without any of the hard work involved in making and attaching limbs. Whatever you want to call them, my kids love theirs and they look super cute sitting around on the sofa. Continue reading
Truffles are SO Christmas 2012.
If you want to impress this holiday season, brigadeiros are the way to go. These Brazilian sweets are made by reducing sweetened condensed milk and blending it with chocolate, coconut milk or ground pistachios. And they taste… well, they taste like something that’s been made by reducing sweetened condensed milk and blending it with chocolate, coconut milk or ground pistachios (read: delicious). Continue reading