Candies ...
Awesome Rocky Road Fudge
Perfect combination of white chunks of soft and spongy marshmallow with crunchy peanuts, all enrobed in silky dark chocolate. Smooth gooey, and rich!
Holiday Fun Facts:
  • Alabama is the first state to give Christmas the status of holiday in 1836.
  • Six of the trees on display in the White House are live trees that will be planted after the holidays.
  • In 1948, the Marine Corps adopted the Toys for Tots program and extended it across the nation.
  • Christmas caroling began as an old English custom called Wassailing--wishing neighbors a long and healthy life.
  • In the Kwanzaa ritual, seven candles called Mishumaa Saba are placed in a Kinara, or candleholder.
  • Electric lights for trees were first used in the White House in 1895.
  • Christmas trees are grown in all 50 states including Hawaii and Alaska.
  • During the Christmas/Hanukkah season, more than 1.76 billion candy canes will be made.
  • The 2009 White House Blue Room Christmas Tree is an 18 1/2-by-13-foot Douglas fir.
  • The 2009 White House Christmas theme: 'Reflect, rejoice, renew'
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