Yule clog

the yule log.
- Halliwell. W. Irving.

See also: Yule

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Though far from kindred and friends, Captain Bonneville and his handful of free trappers were not disposed to suffer the festival to pass unenjoyed; they were in a region of good cheer, and were disposed to be joyous; so it was determined to "light up the yule clog," and celebrate a merry Christmas in the heart of the wilderness.
Christmas Eve father would bring in the "Yule Clog" and mother would put the finishing touches to the Christmas eve supper a dish of Frumenty.
Inside the hall the great fireplace was filled with a giant 'Yule clog' which was lit on Christmas Eve with some ceremony.