This week we're celebrating Yule on The How to Be Awesome Podcast. We'll share some background on this winter solstice holiday and chat about how you can celebrate Yule in the most awesome way possible.
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This week, Louise is celebrating her Scottish roots and making Chicken Balmoral stuffed with haggis. Renee is using leftover mash to make Spicy Potato Cakes and making maybe the best bread ever, Gorgonzola Focaccia.
Then they're talking all about celebrating Yule. From the Sun King to the Yule Boar, they're chatting about all the Pagan stuff we thought was Christmasy but actually has much more ancient roots. Christmas trees, anyone? They'll share all the fun and festive ways you can celebrate the winter solstice.
Louise is letting go of trying to seek a slightly better situation that doesn't necessarily align with her true purpose, and Renee is ready to release annoying transportation issues. Then Louise is grateful for a bit of certainty and security in her life while Renee is grateful to finally find some clothes that make her feel good from Stitch Fix.
Links from Celebrating Yule
- Spicy Potato Cakes
- Maple Bacon Pancake Syrup
- Gorgonzola Focaccia Bread
- Buche de Noel aka Yule Log Cake
- Stitch Fix (we'll both get £15 off if you use this link)
- Moon Magic Mastermind
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