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Rocking Around the Food Table

Everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe help to make…holiday season the hardest time to eat well. If the plethora of food at holiday parties weren’t enough to disregard a diet at all, there are all those tempting holiday songs. From decking the halls and rockin’ around the tree, it’s a safe bet that whatever you do this holiday season, there will be plenty of food and drink involved. So toss on a Santa hat and dive into the spirit of the season with these food-mentioning classics. Just click the food in the lyrics to get the recipe if you want to make some holiday foods!

The Christmas Song – “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire”

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Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree – “Later we’ll have some pumpkin pie and we’ll do some caroling”

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Sleigh Ride – “There’s a happy feeling nothing in the world can buy when they pass around the coffee and the.. pumpkin pie

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Let It Snow – “It doesn’t show signs of stopping, and I’ve brought some corn for popping”
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We Wish You a Merry Christmas – “Now bring us some figgy pudding and a cup of good cheer”

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You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch – “You’re a bad banana with a greasy black peel”

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There’s no recipe for this one unless you want a gross banana…but it mentioned food!


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Favorite Holiday Foods

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…. to eat! Each year during the holiday time you plan what gifts you are getting others and of course the holiday foods that make the season truly bright. Families arrive from all around, inevitable conversations about college and how you don’t have a future planned out yet, and a lot of gift-giving happens during this time. This season is either peaceful and exciting, or hectic and full of anxiety. What a better way to top it all off with a holiday dinner?

We surveyed college students asking which holiday foods are their favorite and we listed the top 10 foods to get you into the holiday spirit:

(87%) Potatoes (Sweet, Mashed, etc.)

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(82%) Christmas Cookies

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(82%) Hot Chocolate

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(72%) Bread (Any kind)

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(57%) Fruit

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(57%) Vegetables

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(55%) Corn

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(54%) Stuffing

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(53%) Turkey

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(45%) Ham

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Trick or Treats

One of the reasons why Halloween is such an enjoyable holiday is because it gives us some opportunities to get creative. Whether it’s turning your place into a haunted house, designing the perfect costume, or creating creepy and terrifying treats for your guests, Halloween gets our brain-goo flowing. Here are a few impressive Halloween food ideas for revolting, yet delicious, treats and meals you can serve to guests or just make it to scare yourself.

What’s cool about these foods is that they are all delicious AND they look absolutely disgusting/terrifying. Whether it’s a murdered meatloaf, some crunchy slithery snakes, or oozing skeletons, these recipes are sure to wreak delicious havoc.

Scary Snake Bites

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Dead Man Meatloaf

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Freaky Hot Dog Fingers

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Pizza Skulls

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Bloody Good Cheesecake

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Slimy Jell-O-Snacks

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