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December 29, 2008

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jeanne

My family never has leg pork for Christmas, we have turkey instead. It's healthier!

Mari Biddle

Eu achei a comida do Natal estranha aqui onde moro atualmente, Chicago. Não comi peru no Natal e não usei vestido pela primeira vez. Todas as mulheres estavam de Jeans. Não gostei da comida fria que foi servida. O ham estava frio. Mas acho que a mulher que fez não é especialista.

bjim

Kamille

Some people eat leg of pork in the feijoada, but i never heard about eating on Christmas Eve. We usually eat turkey, codfish or tender (a kind of a ham).

Anita

Ola Rachel!
O prato mais tradicional de Natal no Brasil eh o peru, o tender ou o bacalhau, embora a perna de porco realmente nao seja incomum.
Em relacao a rabanada, essa delicia eh heranca portuguesa: fatias de pao dormido passadas no ovo batido e leite, fritas em manteiga e passadas numa mistura de acucar e canela. Em Portugal sao chamadas fatias doiradas (ou douradas).
Um pecado!

Abracos!

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talkin turkey

im irish so i eat turkey and ham on christmas day

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