This is a wonderful, classic holiday treat. Looks beautiful on the table and has a distinct and delightful flavor. Much of what makes the holidays a special time has to do with tradition. This traditional favorite has been enjoyed since before the days of Dickens Be sure to let it mature for a few days in the refrigerator before serving. But once you’re ready to serve it, put the container on display for a while. It will add to your holiday decor.
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