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Christmas 2019 Source Guide
Reclaiming the Magic of A Colonial Christmasa Family Christmas
Creating a festive and welcoming atmosphere during the holidays comes naturally for Peggy Bay, a tradition she continues in the 1840 home she shares with husband Joel and their three sons near New York’s Canandaigua Lake.
A Colonial Christmas
During the winter of 1778-79, the family of General Henry Knox put aside the worries of war as they prepared to celebrate Christmas at the home of patriot Jacobus Vanderveer. Now a historic museum, the house reflects the lifestyles of the Knox and Vanderveer families.
Designed for Christmas
The new home of Gary and Judi Vaillancourt, built next door to son Luke and family, marries two Williamsburg-style colonial homes and a shop to give plenty of space for their Christmas celebrations as well as their holiday-centered business.
The Art of Molded Cookies
The Illinois Hickory
America’s native nut, the pecan, came later to the holiday table, initially dismissed by our predominantly English ancestors until botanists ventured west and discovered them—in Illinois. Now cultivated primarily in the South, the pecan stars in breads, cookies, and pies, appreciated for its sweet, buttery flavor.
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