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Dacey 11 month s ago
Wishing all a happy,healthy and safe holiday season..
       
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Claas 11 month s ago
Dacey, Thank you! Hoping you and yours have a wonderful holiday season as well!


#11 Tamales are wrapped in corn husks, not banana leaves.

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Ferdinand 11 month s ago
I'm form Poland and we never ever serve gołabki on Christmas eve it's not a traditional christmas dish
       
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Alfy 11 month s ago
From France: Escargots are not particularly eaten for Christmas.
       
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Sigfired 11 month s ago
Ok... Where to begin?

KFC is a VERY popular Christmas food in Japan.

Oliebollen in The Netherlands are basically just for the new year event and served with powdered sugar. Not icing.

Speculaas is just as popular in The Netherlands and mainly meant for December 5th, Sinterklaas. Basically our Santa Claus. (And partly what Santa Claus was created from)

And lastly, really, Canada? Brussels sprouts as a snack? I thought you were cool...
       
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Theotha 11 month s ago
Sigfired, Bet you are the guy everyone wants to talk to at parties...
       
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Sigfired 11 month s ago
Theotha,

Definitely. Because everyone knows I have all this info!
       
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Lonzo 11 month s ago
Don't forget belgain chocolate
       
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Trudy 11 month s ago
So, in the Netherlands, they eat doughnut holes?
       
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Viney 11 month s ago
Yeah, in Czech Republic, no one eats Kuba at Xmas.. We eat carp soup, fried carp, schnitzel, and potato salad... Get the facts straight....
       
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Belgium — Speculaas

This is a type of traditional shortbread ginger cookie that is also very popular in the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, and Austria. They are made to be very thin and crunchy and traditionally are made in the shape of some kind of figure.

 

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