Whether you just celebrate Christmas day or all twelve days, you might want to know about more about this most popular holiday.
The Legend of the Christmas spider. How to make.
Heirloom recipes with pure ingredients are sometimes the most delicious. They are also fun to rediscover and introduce to your guests. The hint of apple cider vinegar in our Vinegar Pie is wonderful as it mixes with other flavors. Or how about Kentucky “Transparent Pie”?
Many of the traditions and customs that are part of our current Christmas festivities have been with us since long before the birth of Christ. Christmas, as we know it today, evolved from year end and new year holy days that were celebrated in the...
It was only through my fascination of mythology and horror that I stumbled across the story of Krampus. Before I go on, I would like you to know that this tradition has been resurrected in Austria recently. The Catholic Church had a very definite opinion of Krampus and had done their very best to...
A photo gallery about the origin and history of the Christmas colors, red, green and gold.
Linking Jesus Christ to pagan, even satanic, holy days has done a great disservice to both him, and humanity who so desperately needs him. His name is routinely used as a curse while the life he lived is ignored or mocked. Christmas contributes to the problem. I'll tell you how in this article.
Crackers were invented in 1847 by London confectionary Tom Smith. Inspired by the French sweet 'Bon Bon' Tom went on to create one of the most popular Christmas traditions in English history.
The Mince Pie is an intrinsic part of the British Christmas. Where did it come from and why does it not have any meat?
Not sure if Ol' Kris attended that Ivy League institution on the banks of the Charles River, but he might well have.