Holiday A-Z, Part 2
Yesterday, I sang to you my ABCs, holiday style. We got through the first half of the alphabet; today, I tackle the rest and some of the peskier letters. (Go on; you try and come up with a food association that begins with an "X."). Now, let's recite...
N Nuts that are sugar and spice and everything nice, navels of the orange variety, nutmeg from Grenada
Q Quince, and now I'm stuck. (All of a sudden, this feels like a Scrabble game.)
T Tangerines, tea service and sandwiches in the afternoon, tawny port
X Xanthan gum -- very unsexy, but a magic ingredient for gluten-free bakers
Y Yule log, aka buche de Noel, yoga in between meals and party invitations, yearly review of new foods to love and those to throw out with the recycling
Z Zester, (red) Zinfandel
And now it's your turn; please add your personal word in the comments area below!
FYI: I'll be catching up on sleep and my tan for a few days, so I can be refreshed and back in action for you Monday, Dec. 18. Type to you then.
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