Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Holiday Question of the Day:

This Christmas dessert was illegal to make in Puritan England.

Answer to Yesterday’s Question: Wassail, which contains: ale, Sherry, spices (such as cinnamon and nutmeg), sugar, roasted apples, and bread crumbs to thicken it. It is traditionally served warm in the large communal bowl, although when wassailing carolers would take cups with them to carry individual servings as they sung.

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