A German tradition from my childhood
by Karen Fenick
My Oma every Christmas would give each child a
buntatella. Filled with homemade cookies, candy,oranges and pomegranates. It was always a gift to look forward to.
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I'm American but lived several years in Germany. I love the German Christmas traditions! For instance celebrating a 1st and 2nd Christmas day and celebrating
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These German Christmas Traditions have been around for generations. Some ornamental, some musical and some just simply YUMMY!
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Words to the Wise
"When people do not accept divine guidance, they run wild. But whoever obeys the law is joyful."
Proverbs 29:18 (NLT)