Fr Christmas in France. In France they don’t have there presents on Christmas day. They have them on Christmas eve. French cribs have clay figures in them, not wooden ones . ' Joyeux Noël‘ Means happy Christmas !. This is the French log.
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FrChristmas in France In France they don’t have there presents on Christmas day. They have them on Christmas eve. French cribs have clay figures in them, not wooden ones. 'JoyeuxNoël‘ Means happy Christmas !
This is the French log • In France it is traditional that the whole family helps to cut the log down and that a little bit is burnt each night. If any of the log is left after Twelfth Night, it is kept safe in the house until the next Christmas to protect against lightning! In some parts of Holland, this was also done, but the log had to be stored under a bed! In some eastern European countries, the log was cut down on Christmas Eve morning and lit that evening
The cake is ............ • A Chocolate Yule Log or 'bûche de Noël' is now a popular Christmas desert or pudding. It's traditionally eaten in France and Belgium . • They are made of a chocolate sponge roll layered with cream. The outside is covered with chocolate or chocolate icing and decorated to look like a bark-covered log. Some people like to add extra decorations such as marzipan mushrooms