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Christmas season, take it easy season #030
December 24, 2006

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Christmas Celebrations 2006

Yes, it is that time of the year again. The season to be jolly and revel in folly if care to do so. Of course, I will urge you to add at least a little Jamaican food to your celebration and do share, with someone, the tasty recipes that I have given you this year. And don’t forget to add some

sorrel or rum punch to the lineup. How ‘bout your making the Jamaican Christmas cake? Did you make it the way I told you to do it? On the other hand, did you change things a little? Please let me know what happened.

You know, the eight days between Christmas and New Years’ Day can sometimes be a little dull if you do not take care to plan everything carefully. So, I implore you to pick a recipe for each day between the two major holidays just to make sure everything is on the up and up. If you have any difficulties deciding, remember you can always go to the Web site and search for your favorite Jamaican recipes.

I know, if nothing else, you will have to cook the Gungo Peas Soup with the ham bone on New Years’ Day,…right? You may even go further than that and make Curry Shrimp or Stew Fish… just to change things a little, you know?

Regardless what you do this festive season, enjoy it to the fullest with your loved ones and those who are special to you.

My wife and I would like to wish you and your family a very a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR …YAH MON!!!!




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