by Miranda Gonzalez
It’s the holiday season, and that means one thing: food, and lots of it. There’s a reason that so many people complain about putting on weight around Christmas – there’s just so much to eat at parties and family gatherings. In honor of all those delicious meals and snacks, let’s learn about some idioms that have to do with holiday food. We don’t have to start worrying about diets until New Year’s!
A hard nut to crack – a person that is hard to understand or a problem that is difficult to solve
Unshelled nuts are common around Christmastime, which is why nutcrackers have become a part of the holiday. In this idiom, a nut refers to something or… read more