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Noel

Noel

Noel has been in English since the 13th century as a forename and family name (e.g., Nuwel, Nuuel) for those born or baptized on Christmas or during the Christmas season. In the late 14th century, Nowel is used as an exclamation of joy in The Canterbury Tales (this usage remains only in Christmas carols). In […]

Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies That Are Almost Too Pretty To Eat “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2018 All Rights Reserved

Share Time With Loved Ones

Share Time With Loved Ones

As family members return home, the time has come to gather to share precious time together. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2018 All Rights Reserved

FRUITCAKE POUND CAKE

FRUITCAKE POUND CAKE

Fruitcake Pound Cake Is A Delicious And Easy Holiday Favorite

Cookie Essentials

Cookie Essentials

If you’re looking for some useful tips on making and baking the best cookies you and your family has ever tasted then these basics will get you on the right path for cookie success. Butter It’s true that nothing is better for the flavor, richness, texture, and color of cookies than butter. If you have […]

Merry Christmas 2017

Merry Christmas 2017

Tiny New York Kitchen Wishes You & Your Family A Very Merry Christmas

How To Roast Beef

How To Roast Beef

Standing Beef Rib Roast How Much To Buy: A 54 to 5 Pound Roast Serves 8 to 10 Keep meat at room temperature for an hour or so. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Rub roast with lots of olive oil, cracked peppercorns, minced garlic, kosher salt, and 2 tablespoons of an herb or spice rub, […]

Christmas Cards

Christmas Cards

Although religiously themed prints made by wood carvers date back to the Middle Ages, the Christmas card is a relatively recent tradition. The widespread exchange of homemade Christmas cards began in Britain in 1840, with the introduction of the first postal service, the Penny Post. The man who played a key role in setting up […]

Yule Log

Yule Log

The origins of the Yule log can be traced back to the Norsemen of northern Europe. Jol or Jule (pronounced “Yule”) was a festival celebrated on the Winter Solstice in honor of Joinir, also known as Odin, the god of ecstasy and death. Feasting and drinking would take place around bonfires, and fires would be […]

Christmas Stockings

Christmas Stockings

The practice of hanging up stockings can be traced back to pre-Christian times. Germanic folklore tells of the god Odin’s annual Yuletime hunting party. Children would leave out their shoes filled with straw or sugar for Odin’s flying horse, and Odin would reward them by leaving small gifts in exchange. Later on, the practice was […]