What does a Yule log look like?

Answer 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 »

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Where did the yule log tradition come from?

The tradition of burning a Yule log originated with the ancient European custom of celebrating the annual winter solstice by lighting large bonfires. It was only much later that the practice became... Read More »

Who invented the yule log?

Pagans celebrating the winter solstice invented the yule log. "Yule" was the name given to the 12-day celebration around December 25. The word "yule originate(s) from the Anglo Saxon word for sun a... Read More »

How to Make a Yule Tea?

Yule is coming up here's a yule tea usually made by kitchen witches like myself.

Yule Gifts for Her?

Yule, known as Winter Solstice or the first day of winter, is a time when night and day are equal, and symbolizes the rebirth of the sun. From this point on, the days will be longer. People of the ... Read More »