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There is only some of the main dishes: Lazio (roasted lamb and potatoes), Lombardy (stuffed capon), Apulia (grilled eel), Sicily (crusty baked pasta), Basilicata (cod with fried peppers), Calabria (homemade pasta with meat sauce), Abruzzo (cardoon soup), Friuli-Venezia Giulia (turnips and sausage), etc.
Christmas lunch is Tortellini in Brodo which is filled pasta parcels in broth, also served is Capone which is boiled capon, or roasts are served in central Italy.Another famous cake is pandoro which originated from Verona
Traditionally alot of healthy food is served at Christmas with wine and beer too.
fish and charlotte debenhams
usually spicy food.
Rabbit Feet dip in chocolat a la mode
On Christmas Day, people in Italy generally eat similar foods to those they eat normally, such as pasta. A traditional meal like that ate in the US isn't a priority. However, there is a Christmas Eve meal tradition where fish is served.
in Ireland they traditionally serve santa clause shaped turkey with sprouts kangaro anues and scrotum to you this may sound like a lot of work but in Ireland this is easy !
Foods that are traditionally served for Christmas dinner include a roasted turkey or chicken, brussel sprouts, carrot cake, apple pie, roasted root vegetables like potatoes and carrots, sweet potato pie, and pecan pie as well.
Since it is summer in Argentina on Christmas day, the meal is often served in the garden or may be a barbecue. Traditional foods are roasted turkey, roasted pork, stuffed tomatoes, Christmas bread, and Christmas pudding like 'Pan Dulce' and Panetone. The main meal is traditionally eaten in the evening on Christmas Eve.
There are no special foods prescribed for the feast day of Saint Amand.
There is no specific traditional food consumed during Christmas time since Turkey is predominantly Muslim and most people do not celebrate Christmas. However, many people will roast a Turkey or Chicken for New Years.
Foods traditionally eaten at Christmas in Brazil are pork, turkey, ham, rice, salad, and fresh and dried fruits.
pasta, risotto, pizza, meat and fish, fruit, veg, wine, tiramisu, ice cream, rum cake, cheese cake, cannoil cake ... ect
anything you can think depending on the type of people you have invited
~Mozzarella ~Country of Origin: Italy ~Region, Town: traditionally Campania, Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia
Traditionally on Christmas Eve, Italians don't need mean. The normal Christmas Eve meal consists of fish (preferably shellfish) and vegetables. For Christmas day, the main course pasta of some sort, which varies depending on which part of Italy you are in. Most of the time, however, stuffed pastas are a very popular dish on Christmas, as well as sweet breads and puddings for dessert.
Turkey is served at Thanksgiving and sometimes ham is served at Easter and Christmas.
Baked Rat soup
Christmas in Italy is started December 24th as Christmas Eve in Jan. 6th it is Christmas day.Presents are delivered by La Befana, They also have a Santa Claus That they call the king of Christmas. He is really ancient to them on Christmas Day. There foods are pasta,pizza,oil foods. There Christmas is called (Fathers Christmas). There Rivers are the Po,Arno & Tiber.