Monday, December 12, 2011

Fact of the Day: A Fishy Christmas Dinner


While most Americans think a Turkey or Ham as the main course for a classic Christmas dinner, that isn't so for some parts of the world. In Poland, Scandinavia, and other parts of Eastern Europe it is very common for fish to be served as the main dish.  

17 comments:

  1. BRB, going to Norway to eat fish. :D

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  2. In Japan I think it's KFC. ._.

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  3. In Hong Kong, I don't know. I've never really celebrated Christmas in any real sense of the word.

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  4. For most of mainland Europe, Goose is preferred.

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  5. I suddenly wonder what a vegetarian X-mas dinner would look like....

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  6. Interesting, always great to learn some new little fact each day.

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  7. and fish is great too !
    here it's a variety. we have it all.
    chicken, lamb, seafood ..etc.
    :p

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  8. thank you ;)
    i don´t like fish that much,so we eat chicken at christmas because we like it more ;)

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  9. Which is funny, because I hate how bland turkey comes out. I'd take a nice well seasoned fish any day.

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  10. Yeah not over found on fish either, would rather have chicken if anything.

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  11. Many times I mad fish to Christmas, cause I love it, thanks for stopping by, Im following you:)

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  12. I totally prefer seafood over meat with 4 legs!
    xx

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  13. This is a very interesting and relevant fact! I wouldn't have known this but my boyfriend's mum is polish so I heard it from my boyfriend. xo

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  14. I dunno about that... Christmas at home means pizza and spaghetti for my family.

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  15. I would do that if it was shellfish. That would be a nice change from turkey :)

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