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Discussion in 'Religious Issues' started by Kingarthurhk, Dec 17, 2011.
I sincerely want to wish you a Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.
Thank you, and to you and yours as well.
Merry Christmas to you too and if you want to know where many of the Christmas Traditions come from give this link a look.
I never did understand why Christians would celebrate the birthday of a Jewish guy by eating pork until I studied Asatru for a year. Then finding about about the Germanic/Norse tradition of eating Frey's Boar made it all clear.
Also where we get the 12 Days of Christmas from and the Tree and wreaths and the list goes on.
I don't eat pork. But, Merry Christmas, to you and yours. This year's Christmas fare, as requested, is going to have Salmon as the main entre.
Merry Christmas to each and every one of you.
Regardless of which holiday you observe, and why, I wish you all a happy one!
UUmmm, Salmon. My wife and I love Salmon. I bake it with a little lemon juice and some dill. I probably should eat as much pork as I do but being Southern it's hard to get away from it.
I really think that Lamb would be a more proper meat for Christmas if one was going to celebrate it as the Birth of Christ, since he was the Lamb of God. Anyway, regardless of what Holy Day or Holiday you celebrate have a happy one.
Okay, I am totally confused. The Salmon request came from my folks who are comming down for Christmas. I am old fashioned Fith Commandment kind of guy, so if they want Salmon sobeit. I like Salmon, its good. Actually, I was hoping to go with a follow up meal the next day, which the Catholic folks call The Feast of Steven, with Gyros. But, one thing doesn't have anything to do with the other, I just like gyro meat.
Merry Christmas Kingarthurk ! Loved the video.
Thanks, I am glad you enjoyed it. Merry, Christmas to you and yours.