natal What do you eat for a natal meal?

harold posted on Dec 17, 2009 at 06:14PM
Just curious as to what people think of as their traditional or eagerly-anticipated foods for Christmas. What do you have or really want to have for your Christmas dinner and/or supper?

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over a year ago shazyrach said…
a turkey.
over a year ago sandyrocks1982 said…
Sometimes we have a turkey. Other times it's a different meal.
over a year ago Atypical_Kate said…
big smile
In Poland we have 12 traditional Christmas meals (which are a little bit different iin each houses and regions )
In my house we eat
Greek Fish
Borscht with Uszka
Common carp
Other fishes
and a lot of different things with strange names :D
over a year ago erika08 said…
I prepared pasta in our link because all of us really loves eating pasta and also fruit salad.
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over a year ago vick2075 said…
i eat duck, turkey and chicken and i drink champagne. and the only other stuff i eat is of course my christmas pudding!!! There is no christmas without my pudding!!!hihihi
over a year ago Skylen said…
traditional estonian christmas feast:

- roast pork
- sour cabbage with cumins (warm meal)
- granbberry sauce
- black pudding (sausages containing blood)
- sült (meat in salty jelly)
- gingerbread

it probably seems gross for most of you :P
over a year ago Sholoh said…
We usually have chicken with vegetables.
over a year ago ImAnEasel said…
Some kind of meat - it's lamb this year - and some vegetables.