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Christmas decorations (Rockefeller Center, NYC). Gingerbread houses and gingerbread men (spice cookies) are traditional in Australia, USA, and Canada. Shortbread (Scotland), a traditional cookie made with sugar, butter, and oatmeal flour.

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Christmas decorations (Rockefeller Center, NYC)


Gingerbread houses and

gingerbread men (spice cookies)

are traditional in Australia, USA,

and Canada


Shortbread (Scotland), a traditional cookie made with

sugar, butter, and oatmeal flour


Christmas in the summertime: Australia and New Zealand


Christmas in the summertime: Australia and New Zealand


New Zealand and Australia celebrate Christmas in summer.

Pavlova is meringue with pomegranates and whipped cream.

http://www.thekoala.com/ausxmas.htm


Christmas caroling (singing Christmas songs) is a tradition in most

Anglophone countries


Mincemeat Pie (England, Australia, New Zealand)

is with from dried fruit and spices


Dundee Cake : Scotland

Dundee Cake (Scotland) is with from currants, sultanas, and almonds


Traditional English Christmas dinner includes turkey, Brussel sprouts, roasted potatoes, pigs in a blanket (sausage wrapped in bacon), carrots, and bread pudding

http://www.essentially-england.com/christmas-in-england.html


Christmas Cookies (USA) include

iced sugar cookies and

jelly-filled cookies

Don’t forget to leave some out for

Santa!


Christmas tree and presents on Christmas morning


Christmas pudding (England, Australia, New Zealand)

is also known as plum pudding


Peppermint Candy Canes (Canada, USA)


Winter ice rink and ice skating at Rockefeller Center in NYC


In Australia, New Zealans, USA, Canada, people eat rum balls,

cookies made from chocolate and rum


Christmas lights and decorations on a house in Surrey, England

http://www.squidoo.com/kids-christmas-decorations


Christmas truffles (UK) made with chocolate pudding


Santa’s reindeer: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen,

Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, Rudolf


Christmas Yule Log (UK) is a tradition borrowed from France


Hanging the stockings by the chimney on Christmas Eve (Dec 24th)


Fruit cake (Canada, USA, UK) is made with candied fruit, nuts, and spices


Christmas Cake (UK) made with spices, nuts, and dried fruit


Christmas crackers are traditional in the UK, Australia,

New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, and Ireland.

They can be filled with toys, a paper crown, or jokes.


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