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Season's Eatings podcast

Welcome to the Season's Eatings Podcast page.  Each month we'll explore the origins and history of your favourite Christmas foods. 

Sep 10, 2021

Apart from the Christmas tree itself, this single item of vegetation dominates the British Christmas. These tiny green balls of misery/delight are the single most controversial course on any Christmas dinner table. You can even find chocolates wrapped in green foil in case you didn’t want to dole them out during...

Aug 25, 2021

The meat pie served in Quebec, Canada’s predominately French speaking population, is a dish rich with history, cultural pride, and some word play. In this episode, we’re exploring the history and origins of this flaky, savoury pastry: the tourtiere.

Weird Christmas Foods with Craig Kringle

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Jul 25, 2021

This shepherd’s hook can be found everywhere during the holiday season. In fact, according to the National Confectioners Association, they are the No. 1-selling non-chocolate candy during the month of December. 

But just when and how these sweet treats got their start is a bit more uncertain than their popularity. ...

Jun 25, 2021

Venezuelan Christmas doesn’t smell like cinnamon, nor does it smell like spruce, peppermint or firewood. It smells, predominantly, like plantain leaves. It’s a dish that combines three different cultures, a Catholic bishop and political unrest.  So, let’s explore the exciting and interesting history and origins of...

May 20, 2021

It's our one year anniversary!  We have some special guests from other Christmas podcasts with an awesome surprise.  

Scotland has a rich and amazing history.  We've found a dish that has largely fallen out of favour, but is a treat on Christmas eve.  It's full of probiotics, or could be use to paint your house.  Let's...