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    In the spirit of the season, red (tomato) & green (spinach) Ziti pasta...
    "Maybe Christmas," he thought, "doesn't come from a store. Maybe Christmas perhaps, means a little bit more!"

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    and once again...

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    Anoush Abour (Armenian Christmas pudding)

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    Interesting. How about Bread Pudding brought to us from across the pond...

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    Christmas Cake

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    Diples - Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples or thiples get their name from the Greek word for “fold” and are a traditional Greek honey pastry dessert that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishop1954 View Post
    Diples - Christmas on a platter, drizzled with honey syrup and topped with chopped walnuts! Diples or thiples get their name from the Greek word for “fold” and are a traditional Greek honey pastry dessert that is very popular around Christmas time throughout Greece.

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    I wonder if Olga has it at Christmas.

    I realize this is a stretch, but Edible Ornaments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistletoe View Post
    I wonder if Olga has it at Christmas.

    I realize this is a stretch, but Edible Ornaments

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    I very cool stretch indeed...
    I'm certain this has been posted many times, but of course... fruitcake.

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    Grandma's Candy, courtesy of snowbell1 in Vintage-Gramas Recipes Of Christmas thread.

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    Holiday Hors d'oeuvres...

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