List of Christmas dishes

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Christmas

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These food items are traditionally eaten during the Christmas season.
Popular modern customs of the holiday include gift giving, completing an Advent calendar or Advent wreath, Christmas music and caroling, lighting a Christingle, viewing a Nativity play, an exchange of Christmas cards, church services, a special meal, pulling Christmas crackers and the display of various Christmas decorations, including Christmas trees, Christmas lights, nativity scenes, garlands, wreaths, mistletoe, and holly.

Moro de guandules

This is a traditional food for Christmas (List of Christmas dishes).

White Christmas (food)

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White Christmas, a sweet slice made of copha and mixed fruit
It is a popular Christmas food item, especially as it can easily be made by children.

Christmas pudding

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Christmas cake or Christmas pudding
List of Christmas dishes

Risalamande

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risalamande - rice pudding. A dish made from rice, whipped cream and almonds, served cold with cherry sauce (kirsebærsauce)
List of Christmas dishes: Denmark

Roast goose

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List of Christmas dishes

Danish cuisine

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List of Christmas dishes

Puerto Rican cuisine

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Puerto Rican Christmas food

Christmas plants

Beyond Christmas flowers, there are also Christmas foods, and Christmas drinks, that use traditional plants.

Boilo

Boilo is a traditional Christmas or Yuletide drink in the Coal Region of northeastern and east central Pennsylvania.

Giles Coren

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Back in Time for Christmas (Christmas food) and Back in Time for the Weekend (leisure activities) followed.

Greek Macedonian cuisine

Macedonian cuisine
Yaprakia, Christmas food in the region of Kozani, meat and rice in pickled cabbage-leaf The name comes from the Turkish word yaprak (leaf)

Sesame

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A giuggiulena usually refers to a cookie, while a giurgiulena usually refers to a nougat-like candy, often made as a Christmas food.

Finnish cuisine

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List of Christmas dishes

Swedish cuisine

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List of Christmas dishes

Panettone

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Panettone (known locally as pan dulce) and turrón are the most popular Christmas sweets in Argentina regardless of socioeconomic status, with 76% of Argentines choosing the former and 59% the latter in 2015.

Turrón

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Panettone (known locally as pan dulce) and turrón are the most popular Christmas sweets in Argentina regardless of socioeconomic status, with 76% of Argentines choosing the former and 59% the latter in 2015.

Socioeconomic status

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Panettone (known locally as pan dulce) and turrón are the most popular Christmas sweets in Argentina regardless of socioeconomic status, with 76% of Argentines choosing the former and 59% the latter in 2015.

Mantecol

Mantecol, a typical peanut dessert, is also popular, being favored by 49% of Argentines in the sameurvey.

Sparkling wine

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Sparkling wines, ciders and frizzantes concentrate most of their sales during Christmas season; sparkling wine is mostly consumed by small families with high and medium socioeconomic status living in Greater Buenos Aires and the country's largest cities, while cider and frizzantes are popular among lower classes and large families.