Merry Christmas — Happy Hanukkah — Peace on Earth — Good Will to All!
For us, the Christmas Day script used to look like this:
First, allow me to start with congratulating state Rep. Michael Driscoll on his re-election.
Liberals angry, immature
U.S. butter consumption is the highest during the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Those weeks account for at least 40 percent of yearly usage. Somebody’s baking cookies.
What do you want for Christmas?
“Seventy-five years later, most of the witnesses are no longer with us but the legacy of the men and women who defended Pearl Harbor on the day of infamy will always remain. It was a day that defined America and changed the world.” — Charles E. Schmidt
Best of luck to Solomon
Awarding Hollywood haters
It’s the time of the year for sharing readers’ recipes. Apparently, there’s a lot of cooking taking place, judging from the recipes sent into the NE Times food column. The following recipes are some of the submissions not randomly drawn in the ongoing gift card contest. So many of the submitted recipes really are winners, culinarily speaking, and I plan to share them with you in future columns. If you entered a recipe, it could be published, so please check back.