Yule log

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large log traditionally burned at Christmas

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Last Christmas, Animal Planet aired a repeat of the original special and this year, it appears there are no plans to broadcast the animal-themed yule log program at all.
In First and Business Class, young travellers can enjoy turkey breast slices with roast potatoes, pan fried smoked chicken sausage, green peas and cranberry jus lie with a chocolate Yule log garnished with meringue drops, chocolate stars and Gingerbread Man for dessert.
The 'Yule Log' began as an annual holiday TV program by the WPIX network in New York back in the 1960s.
Bask in traditional festive dishes from starters to desserts including green apple with fennel soup, roasted butternut squash salad, roast turkey with cranberry sauce, Christmas pudding, and Yule log cake.
Have it included in Yule Log, The Register-Guard's annual list of holiday happenings, which will be published Nov.
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Christmastime wouldn't be complete without the Yule Log's HD fire crackling in surround sound.
Portland, ME, December 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Ever had a yule log for Christmas dessert?
THE longest Yule Log in the Middle East, measuring more than 40 metres, will be unveiled today by the Elite Hospitality Group.
Extra Special Hand Rolled Triple Chocolate Yule Log, serves 8, PS5.
Take parchment, tightly rolling up Yule log to form spiral shape.
YULE LOG: Luke Browning with one of the creations that helped raise pounds 120 for charity
CHRISTMAS LOG Yuletide is a term derived from the yule log, a huge log used as the foundation of the holiday fires.
Linger with delightful characters from The Nutcracker Ballet before the warmth of a yule log and sip apple cider and munch on roasted chestnuts and gingerbread cookies.
Green has looked into the history of many of the elements of the traditional Christmas--holly and ivy, mistletoe, Santa's red coat, the three kings, reindeer, the Yule log, brussels sprouts, and why we shorten the word to Xmas, among others--and relates his findings, with many quotes and songs from original sources, in this charming book.