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Only 3 weeks until Christmas

This is the season to start thinking about the holidays, gift-giving, making new clothes and repair old ones. It is time to fatten the pigs and plan for the feasts and revels to come. 

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This offer is good Dec 5, until Tuesday, Dec 20, 2016.

 

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Yule History and Origins
By Gael Stirler
Yule comes from the old Norse jól and Old English géohol which was a season of hunting after the harvest was done. This fell in what we now call December so it eventually became associated with the Christmas Holiday. The first recorded use of the noun Yuletide, according to Wikipedia, was in 1475. The Yuletide season lasted from the end of November to the beginning weeks of January but the feast of Yule lasted three days over the Winter Solstice and marked the beginning of the new year.
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Don't Wait till it's to Late!
 There is plenty of time now for orders to arrive before Christmas but as we get closer to the holidays, the more difficult it becomes to get everything you desire on time. So plan ahead and order early. Orders placed on Tuesday Dec 22, 2016 before 12 noon MST WITH NO BACK ORDERED ITEMS with UPS Next-Day Service will be delivered on Friday, December 23, 2016 while those shipped 2-day, 3-day Ground, or Priority Mail will probably be delivered too late for Christmas. Orders placed after Oct. 15 should be marked "Needed by Christmas" in the comments and include a valid phone number.
 
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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry
 
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HOLIDAY FEASTING IN CHAUCER'S TIME

by Darla Goodroad
(December, 2007)

A more envied man was nowhere. His house was never without baked meat, with fish and flesh so plentiful that it snowed food and rained drink, and all the dainties you could think of. For the various seasons of the year he changed his meat and his supper. Many a fat partridge had he in the coop, and many a breem and many a pike in the pond. Woe to his cook, unless his sauce was poignant and sharp, and his utensils always ready. His table in the hall always stayed set all the long day.

 
 
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