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How to build a goat

In Sweden, a common Christmas decoration is the Julbukk, a small figurine of a goat. Of what material is it usually made?


The Nutcracker’s enemy

In Tchaikovsky’s ballet “The Nutcracker”, who is the nutcracker’s main enemy?

The which of endor

At lavish Christmas feasts in the Middle Ages, swans and peacocks were sometimes served “endored”. What does that mean?

Christmas shear

All through the Christmas season in old England, “lambswool” could be found in the houses of the well-to-do. What was it?


Snip, snap, dragon!

The ancient game of Snapdragon has been part of English Christmases for over 300 years. What is “the dragon” in this game?

The mystery of the smoking bishop

After Scrooge has reformed his life at the end of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, he invites Bob Cratchit to join him for some “smoking bishop”. What did he mean?


Traveling turkeys

In Victorian London, turkeys were popular for Christmas dinners. Some of the birds were raised in Norfolk. To get them to London, the turkeys:

Cratchit if you can

Dozens of film versions of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol have been made over the years, but which of the following has NOT yet been made?

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