Amuse bouche*: John

Forget all the trappings — manger, wise men, shepherds watching over their flock by night — here is the shortest of the Christmas stories, from the Gospel of John:

“And the word became flesh and lived among us….”

Merry Christmas.

Greg

* “An amuse-bouche, also called an amuse-gueule, is a tiny bite-sized morsel served before the hors d’œuvre or first course of a meal. These, often accompanied by a proper complementing wine, are served as an excitement of taste buds to both prepare the guest for the meal and to offer a glimpse into the chef’s approach to cooking.” -Wikipedia

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