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Yule Wassail

Wassail - A traditional Christmas and New Year toast, derived from the Anglo-Saxon words for “to your health” – “waes hael”.
Wassail - Traditionally, the drink was made with a base of cider and topped with pieces of toast. In more modern times the drink, has become a spiced and very alcoholic hot beverage that was offered to visitors throughout the festive period, or in some cases taken around the community in a large wooden bowl
Wassailing - or singing carols door to door wishing good health…
Traditionally, the wassail is celebrated on the Twelfth Night (variously on either January 5 or 6). In the middle ages, the wassail was a reciprocal exchange between the feudal lords and their peasants as a form of recipient-initiated charitable giving.

Sister acknowledges the use of various informational sources including the InterWeb.

This is a recipe was shared by Novice Sister Catheter of the Sacred Immaculate Ejaculate

  1. Core and heat apples with brown sugar and some of the ale or cider in an oven for 30 minutes.
  2. Place in a large saucepan and add rest of the spices and lemon peel, simmer on stove top of 5 minutes.
  3. Add most of the alcohol at the last minute so it heats up but does not evaporate.

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