Alice Amanda Anna and Elena’s company presents…. CHRISTMAS FOOD IN. ITALY !!!!!.
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Christmas in Italy,as in the rest of the world, is the opportunity to get together with the family, eating exchanging presents and being better.In Italy there are some typical dishes that vary from region to region.
Christmas Eve has a magical atmosphere in Italy Families often get together for a special meal Traditionally, Christmas Eve is considered as a “giorno di magro”. This doesn’t mean that the meal is poor, but only that no one eats meat. The reason is that on Christmas Eve the Catholic Church prohibits the consumption of meat. That’s why everybody eats fish
ITALIAN CHRISTMAS DINNER
Dinner on Christmas Day goes on for hours.
The Christmas day menu is generally freer than Christmas Eve.
CHRISTMAS EVE MEAL:STARTERS
The Christmas Eve dinner is a very popular tradition for Italian people.
Traditional foods are: Panettone and Pandoro, two Xmas cakes, and the Torrone, a typical sweet.
During this dinner all the family can
find again the fab atmosphere of
At midnight we eat panettone and make a toast with the Italian sparkling wine to greet the new year