Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Christmas dishes

Related Topics

In the News (Thu 23 May 19)

Christmas is celebrated on December 25 in all Christian churches (Eastern Rite Roman & Protestant), but since most Eastern Orthodox churches have not accepted either the Gregorian calendar or the Revised Julian Calendar reforms, the Ecclesiastic December 25 will fall on the civil date of January 7 for the years between 1900 to 2099.
Christmas is traditionally associated with the Northern Hemisphere winter, and thus winter motifs are prominent in Christmas decorations and in the Santa Claus myth.
The great church adopted Christmas much later than Epiphany, and before the 5th century there was no general consensus of opinion as to when it should come in the calendar, whether on the 6th of January, or the 25th of March, or the 25th of December.
www.guajara.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/ch/christmas.html   (2307 words)

 List of Christmas dishes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The traditional meal (served as the dinner on the Christmas Eve) consists of fish soup and fried fish (most often, carp) served with potato salad.
Christmas cake - Different from a U.K. Christmas cake or American fruitcake, the Japanese Christmas cake is usually sponge cake frosted with whipped cream, and topped with strawberries.
The Christmas holiday in Japan is akin to the Valentine's Day holiday in countries like America, often celebrated by couples with meals in upscale restaurants.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Christmas_dish   (435 words)

 Twelve-dish Christmas Eve supper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Regarding the fish dishes, usually herring, carp or pike are eaten.
Sauerkraut with wild mushrooms or peas, red borscht, mushroom or fish soup are eaten in Poland and Ukraine.
Quiet, dim-lighting, and a somewhat mystical atmosphere is characteristic for Christmas Eve supper.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/12-dishes_Christmas_Eve_Supper   (502 words)

 Christmas Traditions in Lithuania
On Christmas Eve the house must be thoroughly cleaned, all the bed linens changed and all family members must bathe and don clean clothes before the evening meal.
This is a reminder that Jesus was born in a stable and laid in a manger on hay.
All the dishes are strictly meatless: fish, herring, sližikai with poppy seed milk, kisielius (cranberry pudding), a dried fruit soup or compote, a salad of winter and dried vegetables, mushrooms, boiled or baked potatoes, sauerkraut (cooked, of course, without meat) and bread.
www11.brinkster.com /bituke/Christmaseven.html   (1198 words)

 Christmas Eve
The celebration of Christmas Eve is part of the late autumn and winter holiday cycle which includes the commemoration of the dead and the celebration of the winter soltice and the New Year.
Christmas Eve customs center round the celebration of the birth of Infant Jesus, and intertwine with the symbolism of Last Supper, the clan- destine social meals of the primitive Christians, agapae, Adam and Eve (December 24 is the name day of Adam and Eve).
In many districts of Lithuania the Christmas Eve table is not cleared for the night, for people believe that the souls of their ancestors and other dead members of their family come home for supper on this night.
thelithuanians.com /bookthelithuanians/node17.html   (959 words)

 Christmas - Crystalinks
Christmas (literally, the Mass of Christ) is a traditional holiday in the Christian calendar which takes place on the twenty-fifth day of December and celebrates the birth of Jesus.
Christmas has a reasonable amount of acceptance in the Islamic world, as Jesus is a prophet of Islam and a celebration of his birth is not to be rejected outright.
Christmas itself is as everywhere a holiday of food, with the central Christmas feast focused on baked ham, but there are wide regional variations as to what day it is best served.
www.crystalinks.com /christmas.html   (4488 words)

 Christmas Cookies,Christmas Cookie Recipe,Christmas Cookie Recipes
Christmas cookies are the perfect way to celebrate the Holiday season and are a family favorite all the year round.
Christmas cookies are more than just baked goods as these help to stay connected to all loved ones and to friends and family around the world.
People just made cookies on Christmas because they wanted santa to have something to eat before he would go to the next house and cookies are also a festive thing to eat on Christmas.
www.christmas-day.org /christmas-cookies.html   (330 words)

Christmas trees are set in every home and decorated with sparkling tinsel, lights and glass balls.
The most popular dishes are: red borsh with pies, carp: fried or in a jelly, pies with mushrooms, herrings, poppy-seed cake.
Christmas in Poland is the most familiar, traditional and joyful time.
www.xtec.es /~nsalvado/spring/christmas.htm   (497 words)

 Norway Info - Articles - Christmas in Norway
The special Christmas beer, "Juleøl", is brewed; the many traditional pork dishes are prepared; numerous kinds of small cakes (biscuits, cookies), the minimum being seven different kinds, are baked together with the "julekake", the sweet Christmas bread filled with raisins, candied peel and cardamom.
Then, finally, when Christmas Eve arrives, there is the decorating of the tree, usually done by the parents behind the closed doors of the living room, while the children are ready to burst with excitement outside.
The Christmas celebration itself begins with the solemn reading of the gospelfor Christmas Day; perhaps from a family Bible that is several hundred years old, with generations of births and baptisms, confirmations and marriages and deaths recorded on its opening pages.
www.cyberclip.com /Katrine/NorwayInfo/Articles/Christmas.html   (2741 words)

 Christmas in Canada: Christmas Around the World. Christmas Traditions. Santa's Net.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Christmas celebrations are quite similar in the variety to America.
In British Columbia Christmas turkey may be accompanied by either fresh or smoked salmon.
In Canada the traditional Christmas dinner is roast turkey with vegetables and sauces.
www.santas.net /canadianchristmas.htm   (274 words)

 Canadian Holidays - Christmas in Canada, tradition and recipes on The Worldwide Gourmet
Quebec has its own particular Christmas dishes, many of which date back hundreds of years to the early settlers of New France: the famous spiced meat pie called tourtière has travelled beyond Quebec's borders and is now enjoyed throughout Canada during the holiday season.
Christmas Eve is often the occasion for a tasty fish chowder, or for other dishes made with scallops, cod or halibut.
In Newfoundland, the traditional Christmas cake made from dried and candied fruit is often marinated with a healthy dose of local "screech." In Labrador, it's an old tradition to hollow out turnips from the fall harvest and insert a lighted candle into the centre to form a lantern to give to children.
www.theworldwidegourmet.com /holidays/christmas/canada.htm   (476 words)

 Christmas in Lithuania
     On Christmas Eve the house must be thoroughly cleaned, all the bed linens changed and all family members must bathe and don clean clothes before the evening meal.
For the Christmas Eve dinner, the table is prepared as follows: a handfull of fine hay is spread evenly on the table.
After this large dinner, we eat special sweet courses: very sour thick cranberry kissel (jelly made with potato flour), mixed, stewed fruit compote, and a special Christmas Eve dish of with poppy seed milk, poppy seed milk with very small dumplings (lumps) sliþikai.
www.geocities.com /bituke/Christmaseve.html   (1203 words)

 Polish Christmas Eve
Christmas is the time when most people try to go to church, even those who never go to church during the year (in Greece it may be normal not to go to church even if you're sort of religious, but in Poland you should go every week and most religious people do).
Christmas mass might probably be best compared to the Resurrection mass in the Orthodox Easter (but no chatting and leaving the church before the Mass finishes), particularly to the part when Greeks sing the beautiful Hymn "Christos Anesti" ('Christ is risen'), for we sing a lot.
Some of Christmas Eve dishes, particularly sauerkraut and mushrooms, are quite difficult to digest, so the dishes served at the end of Christmas Eve meal are suppposed to help the organism to deal with this problem.
www.geocities.com /beataoz/Wigilia.html   (2028 words)

 Christmas Candy,Christmas Candy Recipe,Christmas Candy Canes,Christmas Candy Recipes
Preparing Christmas candy is one of the most important activity done by family members on Christmas days.
It is great fun to make Christmas candy as most homemade candy lasts quite a long time, and has the added benefit of being custom made.
Christmas candy are also used to hang up for decorations, can act as the perfect gift, and is a holiday treat that can be very indulging.
www.christmas-day.org /christmas-candy.html   (607 words)

 Christmas Eve - Kucios: Lithuanian Customs and Traditions
All the dishes are strictly meatless: fish, herring, slizikai with poppy seed milk, kisielius (cranberry pudding), a dried fruit soup or compote, a salad of winter and dried vegetables, mushrooms, boiled or baked potatoes, sauerkraut (cooked, of course, without meat) and bread.
The country people believed that Christmas Eve night was miraculous: various omens and rituals could not only be used to predict the future but all of nature felt the significance of the night.
Christmas presents and Santa Claus (Kaledu senelis) were relatively new things in Lithuania during the period of independence.
javlb.org /educat/tradicijos/kucios.html   (2653 words)

 Christmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Christmas is the most popular religious and family holiday in Slovenia.
Christmas is a holiday when all family members are gathered together in front of the crib and Christmas tree, when we have time for each other and we open our hearts to kindness.
On the Christmas Day there are two masses in the church – one in the morning and the other sometimes during the day.
www2.arnes.si /~oskrps1s/christmas.htm   (1227 words)

 Christmas Gifts Shopping - Christmas Gifts Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Christmas lunch is often a seven-course meal including antipasto, pasta, roast meat, salads, puddings, cheese, fruit, and chocolates.
Italy is known for their Christmas cakes that vary from region to region: struffoli, panpepato and pan forte in Central Italy; frutta secca from Southern Italy; panettone, pandoro, and torrone in Northern Italy.
Throughout Vienna on Christmas Eve, braised carp is served in a ginger and beer sauce with vegetables.
www.christmasgiftsshopping.com /newsletters/issue2.shtml   (773 words)

 Pepys' Diary: Christmas
Christmas had been, from time immemorial, the season of joy and domestic affection, the season when families assembled, when children came home from school, when quarrels were made up, when carols were heard in every street, when every house was decorated with evergreens, and every table was loaded with good cheer.
Nissenbaum warns that simply because a Christmas tradition was once described in one place, that doesn’t mean it was celebrated everywhere in the same country or by everyone in the same community in the same way.
Christmas dishes that are coming in to fashion include mincemeat pies, plum porridge, and hot spiced ale with apples floating in it ("lambswool").
www.pepysdiary.com /p/314.php   (2175 words)

 Polish Christmas Dishes & Recipes
Christmas is the most festive holiday of the year in Poland.
Because traditionally there are twelve dishes served on Christmas Eve, and many guests are expected, there is a lot of work to be done.
Pronounced USH-KAH, it is customary to serve these little tortelinni-like dumplings with the Christmas Eve barszcz, either floating in the soup, or as a side dish.
www.biega.com /xmascook.html   (433 words)

 christmas serving dishes-Christmas Decorations & Christmas Ornaments
Made of plastic it is something that can be used year after year as a regular part of your family's Christmas tradition.
Our delightful Christmas Foliage Serving Tray is the perfect way to add a touch of traditional holiday style to your décor this season.
At 12" these Christmas trays are large enough to serve larger courses and inexpensive enough to toss after the fun.
www.christmaspeople.com /christmas-serving-party-dishes   (602 words)

 Christmas Food & Drink   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Turkey is a newcomer to the Christmas table and only made their way to Europe from North America in about 1650.
Christmas pudding (also called plum pudding, although it contains no plums at all) is another Christmas menu newcomer.
Christmas pudding is traditionally made on "Stir-up Sunday" at the beginning of Advent.
www.christmascabin.com /fad.html   (466 words)

 Christmas Recipe Index: Vegetarian Christmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The couscous is off-white, the peppers are green and red; the colors of Christmas.
Green beans are tossed in butter, lemon, soy and garlic, with pimentos and peanuts, for a nice change from the traditional holiday green bean casserole.
You will enjoy this Christmas beverage because you can change the flavor of ice cream to what ever you like or leave out the peppermint candies without any adverse results.
christmas.allrecipes.com /directory/1425.asp   (1060 words)

 Wacky Anne's Christmas Kitchen: Main Dishes
Soon the boar replaced the pig, as the hunting and killing of a wild boar was a triumph of legend.
It was decked with rosemary, and an apple (perhaps the apple of the medieval passion plays) or an orange (representative of the solstitial sun) was placed in its mouth.
The Christmas boar lives on today in the boar-shaped loaves of Scandinavia, as well as the long cake with turned-up ends gracing the main tables of Estonia until New Year's Day, when it is distributed to the cattle.
members.tripod.com /~wackyanne/kitchen/xkmain.htm   (1014 words)

 HeraldNet: Unpacking memories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Dyer remembers the red tablecloth with poinsettias on which dinner was served each year, her mother busily preparing the Christmas turkey and her father mixing the stuffing.
When the first Christmas dishes appeared at the end of the 19th century, they were sold as single plates, intended to hold cookies or other treats.
The valuable Christmas plates are those produced the first several years and those made during World War II when few were produced.
www.heraldnet.com /stories/05/11/24/100hg_dishes001.cfm   (820 words)

 Christmas Directory - Your complete guide to the Christmas season. Hundreds of xmas links!
Christmas Recipes - Christmas casserole, candy, and cookie recipes from Alicia's Country Kitchen.
Christmas Time Recipes - Includes recipes for main meals as well as appetizers and side dishes.
SusieJ's Christmas Baking Recipes - A collection of cooky, cake, and other recipes handed down to the author from her grandmother.
www.secretsanta.org /link.aspx?cid=11   (597 words)

 Spicing up Christmas
This was allied with the desire to treat oneself at Christmas, to produce a truly memorable gastronomic delight.
And in turning to spice as the route to a rich-tasting Christmas, five spices above came to the fore.
Cloves have found their way into so many Christmas dishes, probably because they are so cheap.
www.foodnavigator-usa.com /news/ng.asp?n=64773-christmas-spice   (791 words)

 Christmas Bread Pudding
According to the culinary encyclopedia Larousse Gastronomique, pudding is "Any of numerous dishes, sweet or savory, served hot or cold, which are prepared in a variety of ways." I think that's the broadest definition I've ever encountered.
They were encased in a dough made from flour and suet, (animal fat from the kidneys and loin), and then boiled in a mold or special bag.
In Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol, Christmas dinner is highlighted by the presentation of Mrs.
www.cheftalk.com /content/display.cfm?articleid=168&type=article   (745 words)

 CHRISTMASDAYS.COM :: Christmas Dishes - Eggnog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Other ingredients include spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, or allspice, and frequently the substitution of cream for some portion of the milk, making a much richer drink.
Eggnog is typically served as a Christmas drink or during New Year's eve.
Since the 1960s, eggnog has been served cold and without alcohol, both of which are significant departures from its historical origins.
christmasdays.com /eggnog.html   (244 words)

 Holiday in Ukraine- Sviata Vechera - A feast of twelve meatless dishes: Christmas traditions and recipes on The ...
And there is probably no occasion when these ancient customs are held more dear than at Christmas, when families reenact age-old observances that symbolize their deep spirituality, love of family and attachment to the land.
Given place of honour in the centre of the table is the Christmas bread or kolach, consisting of three stacked rings.
There is an assortment of other vegetable side dishes: white beans mashed with onions and garlic; kapusta, or sauerkraut with onions; salads or perhaps marinated beets or mushrooms.
www.theworldwidegourmet.com /holidays/christmas/ukraine.htm   (838 words)

 Christmas Dishes
White cakes, tarts with sorrel jam, creole bread and buns were all baked in a large pot on a fire hearth.
And of course, the rice and beans had to be flavoured with generous bits of ham skin.
Vendors increased during the Christmas season to cater to out-of-town buyers.
www.kriol.org.bz /CulturePages/Creole_Christmas_Dishes.htm   (263 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.