Traditional Christmas Foods – Live Stream Replay
This video is a replay of my live stream on Thursday, December 17, 2020. Among the topics during the live stream, we chatted about traditional Christmas foods and memorable cookbooks, including two from my homeschooling years.
This live stream replay is available to Kitchen Pioneers who have joined my YouTube membership community—The Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy.
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Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy Live Stream
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In addition to links to the latest Kitchen Academy vodcasts, this blog post lists some of the public videos that I talk about in my live stream.
Behind the Scenes with Turmeric Tea
In my live stream, I talk about the video that I recently filmed on Turmeric Tea. I talk about filming my recipe video and why I like this immune-boosting beverage. Since the recording of my live stream, I published my public recipe video on Turmeric Tea. Make some of this beverage today to help boost your immune system during this cold and flu season.
Traditional Christmas Foods
One of the Christmas foods that I grew up enjoying (and still do) is Panettone. Celebrating my mom’s Italian heritage, we ate hearty slices of this sweet Christmas bread with citron.
At this time of year, I look for a Panettone in my grocery store that has the fewest ingredients, and I certainly avoid any brands that use high fructose corn syrup. I haven’t baked a homemade Panettone yet, but I will one day, especially since I have a citron recipe in my repertoire.
Notes About This Live Stream
When you watch the replay, you’ll see that I restarted the live stream to try to get the live chat working. Alas, it was down that evening, and I wasn’t able to see your chats. I look forward to being able to chat with you live at our next live stream together.
I also talk about two of the living cookbooks that I used when homeschooling my son. To learn more about our homeschooling experience, watch the following Charlotte Mason Taught Me About Traditional Foods and Homeschooling video.
More Christmas Foods Videos and Recipes
Here are more Christmas videos and recipes that are perfect for our holiday season
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