Happy Winter Solstice! By Karina 21.12.09 Wishing you and your family the warmest of winter greetings for a safe, healthy and beautiful holiday season. xox Karina Share Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Share Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments Juanita said… Happy Winter Solstice from Summery South Africa! 12:13 Anonymous said… Thank you! And the same to you and your family.What a magical photo!Many Blessings,Lili 12:54 Thomas Dzomba said… Happy Holidays to you and yours too Karina!Thomas 13:02 Iris said… Wow, gorgeous photo! Happy holidays! 19:32 Ali said… Happy Solstice Karina! And thanks for making the scary new gluten-free world less scary for me this year.Your photos are amazing! 21:46 Kim said… Love the greeting, love the photo. It looks magical! The solstice has such transformative power; a literal turning point for our planet that signifies the opportunity for change in our own lives. I hope you have a warm, safe, and happy holiday season, and greet the New Year with joy. Best- Kim 22:28 VeggieGirl said… And to you as well, dear Karina! 04:28 Rach said… Happy Winter Solstice to you too. 04:40 moonwatcher said… Happy Winter Solstice back to you an your loved ones, Karina! 08:31 Amy Sherman said… Gorgeous photo! Let's hear it for longer days! 08:33 Anonymous said… May you and your family have an enjoyable and peaceful holiday. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, recipes and thoughts. You have been my guiding light through the scary process of learning to cook and eat in a whole new way due to many food allergies. I look forward to each new recipe posting and the beautiful photos that go with them. Your offerings are valued beyond words. 10:01 magicwoman said… Happy Holidays!Lovely picture...Also, I want to share a comment from one of my co-workers who made the Two Artists Chili for an event and was a huge success. (you might remember I won 3rd place with the recipe this past September at a chili cook off!!!). She's made it again with great success. She said she's also made an apple cake recipe from your site and it was DELICIOUS! She's hooked on your site!!Yeah for more fans!! 10:04 Anonymous said… Thank You for your helpful website... Jackson WyomingMerry Christmas to you and your family! My daughter accepted to two Culinary Colleges: History of medical bouts finally discovered our conditions due to gluten intolerance! She is going to pursue this avenue of research during her college studies. Thank you for being an inspiration to an unimaginable number of people who benefit from your creativity talent and wit! 13:02 Lesley Carol said… Happy Winter Solstice to you Karina and your family. I too love the unusual and beautiful photo - it has a spiritual appeal. Thank you too for the wonderful recipes and your personal blogspot. I feel as if I know you as a friend. We are enjoying the Dark Chocolate Brownies - they are a luscious confection and each deserves its golden foil container. I was so happy that my ill friend who is a chocoholic could enjoy one. She's unable to eat almost anything but she was able to eat and enjoy one of these gems. May 2010 be another gluten-free year of discovery and fine food. 16:28 Kalyn said… Finally!! I love it when the days finally start to get longer again. So odd that it happens when the actual season of winter starts! Stunning photo! 17:11 Paz said… What a lovely photo! Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!Best wishes to you from New York,Paz 08:27 thesensitivediet said… New Year. New Look. I like the new images. Happy holidays! 22:50 CONEFLOWER said… Going back and reviewing some of your delightful posts I see this one. My first thought with this photo was, "It's a painting". Lovely shot!!Belated Happy Solstice to you as well. I have my own Solstice tradition too. 08:53 Pam said… What a cool looking pic!Happy 2010!Enjoy! 08:17 micheal said… excellent image. 00:52 New comments are not allowed.