By Ellen Stimson
Have fun the wonder and beauty of the vacations with recipes for standard foods and drinks, adorning rules, and heartwarming storiesWith its trademark snow, piney forests, sleigh rides and woodsmoke curling out of village chimneys, New England used to be essentially invented for the Christmas postcard. It's bought your Christmas goose and the maple syrup with which to glaze it. It's many of the cause writer Ellen Stimson made Vermont her domestic. the following she stocks recipes which have been in her relatives for generations, mixes up a cocktail or , and invitations readers to make their very own traditions.
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