Dinner, no but what a wonderful idea! I'm hosting our Yule Circle this year and people will bring snack-type foods - veggies & dip, cheeses and whatever they feel that night. CT has a very active Pagan-Wiccan organization (C.W.P.N.) where I've met most of the people coming to celebrate. Being solitary was good but meeting other Pagansand circling with them - the energy is just incredible and it's always great to be around like-minded people (like here!).
I'm making a wassail in my crock pot with apple cider, cinnamon, cloves & orange slices, A Yule log cake is a great idea!!
Edited by: KOZI2005 at: 12/22/2011 (14:46)
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OOOOOO my goodness I love yule logs! I'm skipping it this year (the yule log). Kin, I am also very solitary but my husband has always been very supportive. I'm doing a tomato soup, turkey (I have never liked mutton) and roast potatoes. I love red so I have my red candles ready. You know I have to say I actually love so much dark, it's very cozy!
I haven't been in a coven for over a decade, but I am a member of a large, diverse spiritual Family. Some members of my Family are hosting a Yule Dinner at their house, there should be 10-20 of us there. Fortunately, I don't have to plan it, just have to bring something (and my girlfriend).
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