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What’s your favorite holiday tradition? • Singing • Presents opened on Christmas Eve • Purchasing a new Hallmark ornament each year • We are a household of 2-3 and guests of family/friends. I bring Pumpkin Pie and Shrimp Cocktail. We are practicing safety this year and Thanksgiving dinner is courtesy of Goose Creek Diner. — Susan Allen • On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, my stepson, daughter-in-law, and two granddaughters decorate for the holidays. We done goofy Christmas apparel and go out to dinner after we’re done. — Cathy Zion • For many years, we gathered at my aunt’s farm on the day after Thanksgiving. Some of the aunts and cousins would get up early to shop on Black Friday, but we’d all gather in the afternoon for a huge meal. Everyone brought something … dressing balls, jello salads, and so many desserts! My uncle would carve one or two turkeys to feed us all (usually 20-30 people). More recently, my more immediate family has gone to Churchill Downs and enjoyed the buffet at the Turf Club. This year, it will just be the four of us at home and we’ll call everyone to wish them a Happy Thanksgiving. — Scheri Stewart Mullins • Normally for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, I host. This year, of course, is different. Something my son and I started many years ago, was going to PF Changs on the Wednesday prior to Thanksgiving for food that is far removed from what we will all be eating the next day. This year it will be take-out from there, but nonetheless, it will be a variation of that same tradition. — Teri Hickerson
Sweet and salty, Dark Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels are the perfect holiday treat! #Repost @RACHELSHEALTHYPLATE
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December 2020 / TodaysWomanNow.com
• Hot Chocolate – voted most popular drink by our Instagram viewers! • Peppermint Mocha • Eggnog Latte • White Chocolate Mocha