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Can You Match the Country to the Christmas Dinner Tradition?

Fruitcake, gingerbread men, eggnog: for Americans, the mere mention of these bring to mind yuletide festivities. Other parts of the world, however, have different dishes that hold similar meanings. Do you know which dishes are customary to eat in other countries celebrating Christmas? You'll find out when you take our quiz!


Can You Match the Country to the Christmas Dinner Tradition?

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ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i'm glad that i changed the duck liver to france otherwise i would have only gotten 1 right. how sad is that?
AmberHoney AmberHoney 8 years
5/6 I still think I'm Smarty Pants Saturday - Happy New Year!
gaellemj gaellemj 8 years
Foie gras is definately a French Christmas staple. I had some yesterday. Merry Christmas Joyeux Noël.
lylpookie lylpookie 8 years
I always thought foie gras was goose that one got me a bit confused...darn.
mafalda_quino mafalda_quino 8 years
I've never had plum pudding or pheasant for christmas or ever heard of anyone who has! (maybe i'm not posh enough!) It makes me question the validity of the other answers. I know foie gras is a French staple, but is it really a Christmas staple? hmmm...
codewhiz codewhiz 8 years
Hey I got 5/6 too!
heartlebug21 heartlebug21 8 years
Plum pudding is a staple in the UK?? I don't know anyone who has it!
kscincotta kscincotta 8 years
5/6 - I'm stunned. I thought I was going to totally tank!
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