January 13, 2004  
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A final hurrah for our favourite X-mas food

Coming out of the holiday season, many are left wondering why they can’t fit into their favourite jeans anymore. Lets face it: there’s way too much to eat over the Christmas month, and the food is too tasty to resist. So, as a final tribute to the past month of stuffing our faces, we’ve decided to compile a list of the top five holiday foods. And the winners are:

5. Mixed nuts: Sure, they’re bad for you, but they make a great snack at holiday parties.

4. Chocolate everything: Christmas is an ideal time of year to make chocolate a part of every meal.

3. Christmas cocktails: Getting hammered makes those family get-togethers all the more bearable.

2. Ginger-bread men: Finally, the perfect man!

1. Turkey and stuffing: Number 1 on our list because it’s so yummy, and we only get to indulge in it a couple times a year.
—Megan O’Toole



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