Sugar cookies at Christmas, and black eyed peas for New Years Eve. What's the origin of all these food customs? I asked a roundtable of friends about their favorite food traditions for this special holiday episode. Some of the rituals you've likely heard of, but there's one that will surprise you!
In this episode:
The foods that symbolize Christmas Christmas popcorn trio; love it or leave it? Eggnog, which is simply not for me Sugar cookies so good they elicit burglary The history of the Raclette - a "cheesy" holiday tale Why black eyed peas came to signify good luck What's you're supposed to do with cabbage to ensure wealth in the new year and so much more! Links from the show:
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