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Celebrating Christmas Throughout the World


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Poland

 

In Poland, people attend Pasterka (Shepherd's Mass) at midnight on Christmas Eve. Many Polish families follow the Christmas tradition of breaking an oplatek, a thin wafer made of wheat flour and water. Nativity scenes are stamped on the oplatek. The head of the family holds the wafer, and each person breaks off a small piece and eats it. The Christmas Eve meal features fish, sauerkraut, potato pancakes, and beet soup.

 

Australia and New Zealand

Denmark, Norway, and Sweden

Germany

Ireland, Scotland, and Wales

Italy

Mexico

Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxemborg

France

Poland

Spain

United Kingdom

United States and Canada

Recipes from Around the World

 

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