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    Olde English Crackers

    Make these a tradition in your family. They're fun! Buy them ready-made or make your own.

    For customers in the United States:

    http://www.oldenglishcrackers.com/cr...1.html?cPath=4

    http://www.oldenglishcrackers.com/ma...n-crackers.htm

    http://bellasrosecottage.blogspot.co...-crackers.html

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    Making your own Crackers! WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!

    I love Christmas Crackers - do people not traditionally have them in the USA?? (Being in Canada, we get a lot more of the British Traditions).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChantelleJoy View Post
    Making your own Crackers! WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!

    I love Christmas Crackers - do people not traditionally have them in the USA?? (Being in Canada, we get a lot more of the British Traditions).
    I've never met anyone who uses them here, but they were sold at Target one year and I saw them in a Figi's catalog years ago. So I used them a few times, but they didn't actually become a tradition. I like to see everyone having a good time.


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    I love them! It would be fun to see the kids help me make them.thanks.

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    Nice one, may think on it


    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow World View Post
    Make these a tradition in your family. They're fun! Buy them ready-made or make your own.

    For customers in the United States:

    http://www.oldenglishcrackers.com/cr...1.html?cPath=4

    http://www.oldenglishcrackers.com/ma...n-crackers.htm

    http://bellasrosecottage.blogspot.co...-crackers.html

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    I use them when I host dinner, but I've found most Americans first experience with them is at my house.I have no problem finding them in the stores, so other people must be buying them too. I tell them they have to wear the hat if they want to eat.
    Last edited by JollyElfDC; 08-13-2012 at 12:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow World View Post
    I've never met anyone who uses them here, but they were sold at Target one year and I saw them in a Figi's catalog years ago. So I used them a few times, but they didn't actually become a tradition. I like to see everyone having a good time.


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