December 23, is National Pfeffernuesse Day, Festivus Day & National Roots Day

December 23, is National Pfeffernuesse Day, Festivus Day & National Roots Day

Quote of the Day
“Now Christmas comes, ’tis fit that we should feast and sing, and merry be: Keep open house, let fidlers play. A fig for cold, sing care away; And may they who thereat repine, On brown bread and on small beer dine.”
from the 1766 ‘Virginia Almanack’

Here we are on a Friday “TGIF” Are you prepare for Christmas? Looks like everyone taking the day off to do last mintune shopping! 🎅🎁 

Lets get started with these baking Pfeffernüsse recipes. Enjoy! ☺

Holiday Baking Extravaganza : Pfeffernüsse : Funny Side Up
Hungry Nation

PFEFFERNÜSSE – HauptsacheLecker


Rezept Pfeffernüsse – essen & trinken

Pfeffernusse German Cookies – Simply Sara Kitchen


Roots Day

Songs of the Day🎵
Pez – The Festival Song (feat. 360 & Hailey Cramer) SoulmateRecords’s channel

Justin Bieber – Santa Claus🎅 Is Coming To Town (Arthur Christmas Version)

Imagine Dragons – Roots

Closing Quote
“When other Sin’s grow old by Time, Then Avarice is in its prime, Yet feed the Poor at Christmas time.”
‘Poor Richard’s Almanack’, December 1757

Happy Holidays, remember to drive safe and don’t speed to rush your last mintune shopping, just head over to a gas station or drug store and pick up gift cards and your shopping will be all done without the stress of rushing and worrying what to get for people! 😫

All the best!

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Season’s Greetings 

Phil Lim 

Food and Music Blogger 


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