Celebrating the happiest time of year
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“Christmas Time Again” by Smalltown Poets from “Christmastime Again”
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“Deck the Halls B” by Kevin McLeod (from Incompetech)
Saratoga Sweets’ website has a lot of information on the peppermint pigs tradition, how they’re made, and of course you can order directly from them online.
The New York Daily News covered them in 2012.
Who was that who introduced the show? W.E.L.F.–An Elf Run Podcast