The White, Ga., resident said pigs have been passed around at the holiday table ever since, now with grandchildren taking a turn with the hammer.
“My husband hits it first,” Barlow said, “and then the peppermint is hard, so we usually go around the table twice just because the kids enjoy doing it so much.”
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