Dec 25, 2020
Merry Christmas everyone! I wanted to share with you on this Christmas day some of the history from my home province of Newfoundland, Canada. Enjoy as we explore some of the origins of some Christmas traditions done during the holiday season.
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Dec 23, 2020
It's a the dish that's on everyone's lips for the holidays. For most, it wouldn't be Christmas without this holiday staple. It can be roasted, boiled, or fried. It can be enjoyed stuffed and many wishes are made playing with the bones. For this month's main dish, we're talking turkey!
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Nov 25, 2020
They’re the harbinger of the festive season. When done right, they’re buttery little pastry parcels bulging with sweet, juicy, plump fruits drenched in booze, spice and citrusy flavour – done wrong, they can be limp, claggy and cloying. But one thing’s for sure – mince pies are the poster boy for Christmas in...
Nov 10, 2020
The combination of egg, milk, and sugar are the basis of many great dishes. Add some alcohol and you've got the beginnings of a wonderful creamy holiday beverage. Join host, Glen Warren, as he explores 13th century monks, Shakespeare's Hamlet, and the rich American history of eggnog.