Deck the Halls with Food Lights

by in Food Network Magazine, Holidays, December 17th, 2013

Deck the Halls with Food LightsTrade your traditional holiday lights for a fun food-themed strand. Go for a sweet look with gumdrop string lights ($30 for 25 feet; holidayprojectors.com) or peppermint candy lights ($20 for 11 feet; lightsforalloccasions.com). Or if your family hides a pickle ornament in the tree every year (a quirky tradition in which the kid who finds the pickle gets an extra present), change the game with a strand of pickle string lights ($8 for 11 feet; thewirelesscatalog.com).

(Photograph by Kang Kim)

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  1. Djd of Minneapolis says:

    I am watching Paula Dean make gingerbread cookies.. It is so nice to see her again. I thought "firing " her was a little hasty. Hopefully the network is re-thinking their decision.

    I may be a little more tolerant than some..someone fooled with the calander this year..I turned 70.

    Djd. Minneapolis

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