Walnuts Jigsaw Puzzle

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elijah13
Dec 17, 2016
Never really considered walnuts at Christmas time. Love doing these puzzles. Good wasted time!
rahrah1820
Oct 19, 2017
When I was growing up, we always got a stocking on Christmas morning, and it held an apple, orange, some candies, and walnuts. It was a tradition. My mom told us later, it was her way of keeping us all busy while she got everything ready for the big meal. We had 10 kids in the family, so she had to be pretty creative! lol
JAMP124
Dec 27, 2015
I'm back! JAMP
dbnc2
Dec 14, 2015
Beginning to look a lot like Christmas
but not at my house
started today but didn't get very far
my niece and her husband came and bough a box packed full of cookies
wish I could share with my puzzler friends
Rozina1010
Dec 24, 2015
You could have eaten one or two for me. I have eaten quite a piece of pie, cookies, brownies, and nuts already. Guess who is going to have to be walking on an exercise treadmill.
misty76leigh
Dec 5, 2015
Love this...feel so warm and cozy!
sharondarlene
Dec 5, 2015
Love this puzzle!!!
PurplePandora
Dec 2, 2015
PurplePandora We started celebrating on the feast of St. Nicolas on Dec 6th and kept on until Jan 6th, when La Befana would bring us more candy. I always enjoyed the bowl of nuts, a custom that we continued when we came to the United States. What fond memories. My father would put up his home made Presepio with hand cast sheep and a the Three King's castle in the distance, complete with colored cellophane in the windows and a light shining through. He would gather moss and use it for grass and have lakes and bridges, along with the Holy Family, which he bought. It took up half of our kitchen. What wonderful memories. One year he made me a bedroom for my doll. They are all long gone but I have new memories of our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, some nearby and some far away. Hope to be able to enjoy Christmas and Little Christmas for a few more years and most of all, the people I love. Merry Christmas everyone. Hope to make it to Australia some day. I have a friend in Melbourne.
orinoco
Dec 1, 2015
Fun! We put up our tree and creche this past Sunday. DH loves Christmas! Here the ornaments stay up till Jan 6 so he has plenty of time to enjoy them.
marine5153
Dec 1, 2015
I, too, leave things up until Jan. 6; Seems to me my mother always called it Feast of Little Christmas.
trynfindit
Dec 1, 2015
We leave our tree up until Jan 6th which is Epiphany.
orinoco
Dec 2, 2015
Yup Epiphany, "Little Christmas", the Greek and Russian Orthodox Christmas--and in the Mediterranean world, Three Kings Day--the day the kids traditionally get their presents. Which always seemed hard on them, to me, as they go back to school the next day.
JamieT
Dec 1, 2015
I remember growing up, we would have a bowl of mixed nuts with a nut cracker and picks - walnuts, almonds, Brazil nuts, and pecans. Nuts that have been taken from the shell taste a lot different from a can of salted nuts.

Walnuts have a husk that is wrapped around the shell and those husks are messy and will stain just about anything. One of my aunts would get a bunch of black walnuts with the husks still on them and then just let them sit in her basement for quite a while before removing the husks. To me, it seemed like a lot of work for something that you could buy in the grocery store already out of the shell, ready to put into cookies, brownies, and fudge.
kjd3682
Dec 2, 2015
I still love having the mixed nuts around for the holidays, but they're so spendy it's a rare treat now. Always so proud of myself when I can successfully crack a Brazil Nut and get the whole nut out! ;-)
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