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by in View All Posts, February 17th, 2009

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‘Tis the season to put away your Christmas decorations. However, a select group of Food network employees are either gearing up for the 2009 holiday season, or they just can’t seem to part with the Christmas spirit of ’08. Honestly, I think it’s charming that (inadvertently or not) these guys have chosen to keep the festivities going year-round here at the Food Network offices. Come to think of it….why does society tell us that we’re allowed to eat Christmas cookies only around the holidays?… Eureka!

CALL TO ARMS: Let’s find inventive ways to use those holiday cookie cutters all year. I think we just have to shift our perspective a bit. Here’s a few ideas…

Share your own clever ideas for recycling holiday cookie cutters year round in the comments section!

And good news! The cookie cutter set above is on sale for $12.95 — get it here and beat your neighbors in bringing the kissing lightning bolts to the next block party.

Rachael
Associate Producer, The FN Dish

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  1. Robin Koury says:

    I’m a pretty creative person but for some crazy reason when I look at holiday decorations I have trouble finding double duty uses for them. Although, the star cookie cutter could be used for an Oscar or Red Carpet party decorated with a shimmering icing. Or…What about Christmas in July! When the temperatures are sweltering what could be more fun than thinking of cold snowy night hanging around the fireplace with hot cocoa and a handful of holiday cookies.

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