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Caitlin McGrath | Nov 15, 201812:16 AM     329

It’s not too soon to start thinking about what homemade goodies we’ll be giving to family, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and hosts this holiday season, whether you’re celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa, or Festivus.

Baked, bottled, or cooked, savory or sweet, it’s all appropriate to discuss here as long as it’s edible or potable.

And if you’re looking for inspiration, there’s lots of it to be found in previous discussions:
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