Bûche De Noël means “Christmas log” in French; the chocolate and yellow cake looks like a long jelly roll with a chocolate coating.
Ham, pheasant and turkey are commonly found on Christmas dinner tables.
During the Great Depression, parents taught their children to show gratitude for Christmas gifts with a tasty snack.
The Barnum’s Animal Crackers packet turns into a circus wagon ornament with a string attached for hanging; they were originally sold for 5 cents.
Japanese have flocked to the fast food chain for Christmas due to the lasting impacts of its "Kentucky for Christmas" marketing campaign 40 years ago.
Traditional ingredients include milk, cream, sugar, whipped egg whites, and egg yolks; some adventurous party-goers add rum, brandy or bourbon.
Whoever finds the Christmas pickle either receives an extra present from Santa Claus or is promised a year of good luck.
The tradition involves crushing the gingerbread in your palm: if it breaks in three, a wish is granted.
The 'Sprout Surprise Whopper' was a limited-time offering that also featured Emmental cheese.
Mulled wine is made with red wine and mulling spices—and sometimes raisins.
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