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Epiphany Eve;  Christian Religious Celebration;  January 5;  Also called Twelfth Night.  Traditional end of the Christmas season in many countries.  In places where Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, is celebrated, Twelfth Night is a time of merrymaking.

Epiphany Eve, January Also called Twelfth Night. Traditional end of the Christmas season in many countries. In places where Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, is celebrated, Twelfth Night is a time of merrymaking.

Lavender and Lovage | Twelfth Night, Apples and Wassailing: A Traditional English Wassail Recipe | http://www.lavenderandlovage.com

Traditional English Wassail – Mulled Cider

Twelfth Night, Apples and Wassailing: A Traditional English Wassail Recipe Twelfth Night is just a day away as I write, and I am minded to share an old English recipe with you today, a recipe that wi

One of my favorite Shakespeare quotes.

Shakespeare Love Quotes

"If music be the food of love, play on. Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, the appetite may sicken, and so die." William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night Act scene

The awkward moment when he wrote this mocking Malvolio and four hundred years later people take it seriously...

Be Not Afraid Of Greatness (William Shakespeare Quote), premium art print

Shakespeare - "Twelfth Night"  This quote was from the play when Feste was speaking with Maria right before Olivia entered the scene.

I played Feste;) Shakespeare - "Twelfth Night" This quote was from the play when Feste was speaking with Maria right before Olivia entered the scene.

twelfth night cake recipe @Gail Regan Truax://www.myownsweetthyme.com/2010/01/twelfth-night-cake.html

My Own Sweet Thyme: Twelfth Night Cake from a pound cake with Nordic ware form, dusted with powdered sugar and having 3 chocolate coins inserted into bottom

Epiphany Eve;  Christian Religious Celebration;  January 5;  Also called Twelfth Night.  Traditional end of the Christmas season in many countries.  In places where Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, is celebrated, Twelfth Night is a time of merrymaking.

January Also called Twelfth Night. Traditional end of the Christmas season in many countries. In places where Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, is celebrated, Twelfth Night is a time of merrymaking.

Lavender and Lovage | Twelfth Night, Apples and Wassailing: A Traditional English Wassail Recipe | http://www.lavenderandlovage.com

Traditional English Wassail – Mulled Cider

Twelfth Night, Apples and Wassailing: A Traditional English Wassail Recipe Twelfth Night is just a day away as I write, and I am minded to share an old English recipe with you today, a recipe that wi

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