Wednesday, December 15

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Nibbling on Cedar Trees

Eating Cedar Trees
It's a Holiday Tradition!

©, the tippytoed foodie farm blog where some people decorate trees for Christmas and others prefer to eat them. (Joe refers to all the animals as people—but don't tell him I told you.)


  1. EngineerChic12/15/2010 9:20 PM

    So cute, glad she's getting her greens even when the ground is covered in snow :)

  2. Why not do both? Some of you people can decorate the trees with apples and other colorful edible-decorations and the people of the more woolly persuasion can nibble at the decorations.

    Happy holidays to you all and thanks for the blog - I really enjoy reading it!

  3. That's a great photo. Yes, animals are people..I thought you knew that!

    Merry Christmas! Thanks for a wonderful year of photos.

  4. I always appreciate a picture of the sheeples, but the idea of munching on a cedar tree gives me the willies! :)

  5. I recently started following your blog - and really enjoy it! Thanks for sharing your lovely farm - and all it's "furry family" with us!

    Some like to decorate, and some like to eat the tree - tooooo cute! Hope you all have a Merry Christmas - whatever you prefer to do with the tree!

  6. Cedar, probably taste like it smells.....


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