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December 23, 2001

Warm and fuzzy for your tummy Christmas comes in many flavors, but the tiniest taste of whatever food you associate with the celebration can flood every sense with the spirit of Christmases past.

[Times art: Teresanne Cossetta] Story.

Little bites pack big flavor
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