TIP OF THE DAY: Celebrate The Winter Solstice

Today, take some time out of your busy day by celebrating the winter solstice. For those living north of the Equator, the winter solstice is the shortest day of the year—it has the fewest hours of sunlight. (The vernal [summer] equinox, the longest of the year, has the most hours of sunlight.) Using the Gregorian*…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: Scottish Fare On January 25, Burns Night

Haggis in its “cook-in-bag” (the sheep’s stomach) can be found online.   In Scotland, January 25th is a national holiday that celebrates the birthday of the great romantic poet, Robert Burns, in 1759. On Burns Night, family and friends gather for an evening of good food and company—much like our Thanksgiving. A traditional Burns’ Supper…
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