Christmas is the birthday of Jesus Christ being celebrated every year on 25th December with great fun and a widely observed holiday in many of the world’s nations.
Millions of people celebrate this day as a festival and when we talk about festivals it bring along lots of things and one of the most important thing is food in number of varieties from country to country.
A special Christmas family meal is traditionally an important part of the holiday’s celebration and beef, ham and chicken in various recipes are popular throughout the world.
In England and nearby countries’s standard Christmas meal includes turkey or goose, meat, gravy, potatoes, vegetables, sometimes bread and cider and special desserts such as Christmas pudding, mince pies and fruit cake are also prepared.
Fish and richer meat such as lamb often is used for the traditional main course in Poland and other parts of eastern Europe and Scandinavia. In Germany, France and Austria, goose and pork are favored. The Maltese traditionally serve Imbuljuta tal-Qastan, a chocolate and chestnuts beverage.
Slovaks prepare the traditional Christmas bread potica, bûche de Noël in France, panettone in Italy, and elaborate tarts and cakes. The eating of sweets and chocolates has become popular worldwide, and sweeter Christmas delicacies include the German stolen, marzipan cake or candy, and Jamaican rum fruit cake.
Wishing All Readers Merry Christmas 2016 & Happy New Year 2017 …