Honey Cookies Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of delicious honey cookies. The tasty cookies have a pattern like a honeycomb.

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dbnc2
Jul 5, 2017
Looks good
pixipixil
Sep 13, 2015
I have had the most wonderful day. The rock show was small but what they had was really interesting and there were lots of good pieces at very reasonable prices. I don't know how many of you know rocks but they had polished carbochons about 1 1/2" on the long side of labradorite...really good samples in deep blues and peacock greens for $5 each. I bought 4 and plan to use them as centerpieces for brooches. And I won a door prize of sterling silver and smoky quartz earrings. I only got one ticket which came with buying an entry but they pullled me. I couldn't believe it!
aussiesapphire
Sep 14, 2015
Well done pixi, we had our annual gem show over the weekend as well. I am a bit of a rockhound too. Hugs.
pixipixil
Sep 14, 2015
Are you part of a club? Have you studied geology. I just pick up stuff that looks interesting wherever I go. It's probably all just junky rocks but it makes me feel like I still have a piece of the places I went with me. I do buy samples at shows but nothing fantastic. I don't have the room to show them off. I use some of the rocks I collected when I build my Christmas village. It has a cliff and water fall and stream.
aknan
Sep 14, 2015
Pixi, for years, I collected rocks and polished them. Have a couple of bracelets I made still, with silver wire wrapped around some lovely polished stones. Up here, we also have a special rock we find when prospecting for gold - leaveright, as I "Leave 'er right there! "
aussiesapphire
Sep 14, 2015
Hahahaha good one aknan. giggling hugs.
pixipixil
Sep 14, 2015
My parents had a rock polisher. I buy the rocks polished alreadu if I want to use them for jewelry but I mostly enjoy them in their raw state. For years I thought it a pity that crystals were all cookie cut into round or square shapes when the crystal itself was so beautiful and now jewelry with crystal in its natural form is being made and sold.
Many rocks need shaping and polishing to bring out their beauty but also many are much more fascinating straight from the ground.
Your leaveright is iron pyrite I guess. Those get sold at gem shows as mineral samples. Only a disappointment if you wanted gold. I'm no prospector--just a hobby collector, aknan. I'd enjoy having a rock tumbler but my house is overcrowded with stuff already so I desist.
aknan
Sep 15, 2015
Actually, leaveright is any rock you don't want. Iron pyrite "fool's gold" can fool you until you see the real thing in your pan. There's no mistaking real gold, regardless of its form - flour, fine, flake or nugget - and we have plenty of each. Keep enjoying your rocks, pixi; I find them fascinating, too.
aussiesapphire
Sep 15, 2015
Aknan and pixi this puzzle was just for you. I collect them too, but not in such a big way as you do. A day closer to getting my new computer. woohoo - hugs.
mamag15
Sep 13, 2015
Ingredients:
2 eggs
1 cup honey
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
3 cups flour

Directions

Preheat oven to 350F.
Mix flour, soda, & cinnamon.
Add honey, eggs, & sugar & mix well.
Drop by teaspoonful on ungreased cookie sheet.
Bake 10 minutes.

Taken from Food.com.
aknan
Sep 14, 2015
Thanks, mamg15! I think I'll make some of these for my Dearly Beloved this weekend - it's been almost forever since I've baked cookies for him.
malko
Sep 13, 2015
My dearest Aussie, please forgive me for forgetting your special day? I have so much going on in life right now that its taking all of my time! May God bless and keep you always my dear. Love you across the miles! Happy Birthday!
aussiesapphire
Sep 14, 2015
Dear Malko, nothing to forgive and appreciate the greetings today - it is just making my birthday last longer wheeeeeeeee :) Hugs.
debbie8327
Sep 13, 2015
My grandson would love these
jas6415
Sep 13, 2015
Those look so good and crunchy I love crunchy cookies Can't eat too many of them anymore BUT I do sneak one now and then
ilovebridges
Sep 13, 2015
Never saw these before...bet they're good! My uncle worked in a bakery when I was small and he used to bring us a honey cake on Sundays....it was my favorite cake for a long time!
micki
Sep 13, 2015
Never had honey cookies before, but pour the coffee and I'm up for any dessert!
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