The Ascension of Bunnies

Almost as good as my dream of skydiving with Tilbert: I dreamt last night that the Vatican has been suppressing evidence that the Ascension of Christ was based on myth of rabbits ascending into heaven, and that their “tuffets” or “tutus” or “dust ruffles” is a symbol of the cloud of exhaust. And the Bayeux Tapestry has been edited to remove the rabbit priests that made up the early Vatican, but to this day, the Papal Mitre still shows, or alludes to, two upright bunny ears. Dan Brown, eat your heart out. [update: after receiving numerous responses to watch South Park Hare Club for Men, we rest our case for Peter Rabbit.]

Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti–making

Each batch of our handcrafted Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti begins with over 3 quarts of dried flowers, including roses, calendula, chamomile, and lavender. With just a bit of fresh apple, they are perhaps the least sweet of the Bunny Biscotti line, but they are the most fragrant. The entire line of Bunny Biscotti is now available at BunnyBytes. Be sure to tell them  Violet sent you! Click here to learn more about Bunny Biscotti.

Dry ingredients for Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti

Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti

Introducing Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti. Bunfectionary’s latest flavor features calendula, rose petals, chamomile, lavender and rose water to create this pretty, and delicious treat that has all the natural goodness of Bunny Biscotti. Ingredients: Timothy hay, pumpkin, apple, romaine, rose petals, calendula, chamomile, lavender, rose water, and xanthan gum (a natural binder). Each measures about 2″ across.

Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti features rose petals, calendula, chamomile, and lavender.