The Traditional New York Yule Log

It’s a time-honored tradition for fireplace-deprived New York City dwellers to have free and constant (at least for three hours) access to a crackling, roaring fireplace blaze (that actually was filmed at Gracie Mansion in time for its debut on December 25, 1966) on Christmas. And so, directly from Boca, where the palm trees smell vaguely of pastrami on rye and where for many, Chinese food is the only sign that it’s even Christmas at all, I give you: The Yule Log.

Happy Holidays to all, and to all a good night.

YC

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5 Responses to The Traditional New York Yule Log

  1. DebPC says:

    Stop whining so hard about being in Boca, YC. It’s warm and beautiful and by the beach. Here in Colorado it is beautiful as always but cold and snowy and I ate too much tonight. Which isn’t your fault but I thought I’d throw it in, while I’m doing some whining of my own.

  2. laksmi says:

    i thought there was supposed to be a blog war around here somewhere, and all there is is this damned log. fuck.

  3. laksmi says:

    i thought there was supposed to be a blog war around here somewhere, and all there is is this damned log. fuck.

  4. samasthiti says:

    Yeah, let’s get back to that blog war…Lauren’s resting easy on her laurels.
    Did you retire permanently to Del Boca Vista or what?

  5. laksmi says:

    blog WAR! BLOG WAR!

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