What country did the edible yule log come from?

Answer The edible Yule log, or "buche de Noel," originated in France, probably some time during the late 19th century. The Christmas pastry consists of a rolled sponge cake covered in chocolate or coffee-... Read More »

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In what country did the Yule log originate?

The earliest-known Yule log celebration occurred in Egypt as early as 5000 B.C. to honor the sun god, Horus. Peasants in Europe burned the Yule log to celebrate the Winter Solstice--the shortest da... Read More »

What printers can be used with edible ink for edible images?

I worked at a grocery store deli that made the kind of images you are talking about for cakes. They just used a cheap cannon color ink jet printer with the special ink and paper that is needed. Did... Read More »

How to Tell If a Wild Berry Is Edible or Non-Edible?

Many berries that grow in the wild are tasty and harmless if eaten. If you are on a hiking trip or camping in the wild, and stumble upon a bush full of luscious looking berries, you may be tempted... Read More »

What does a Yule log look like?

A Yule log is typically a large, brownish piece of wood (tree trunk or limb, often oak) carefully selected to be part of a Christmas celebration. Yule log also refers to a bÛche de Noël, a cake c... Read More »