Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we are sharing holiday food traditions from our members that originate all over the world .
Within Canada, some people say "happy holidays," others say "joyeuses fêtes," some others "felices fiestas," or "boas festas," and many many others use dozens of languages to wish each other all the best for the end-of-year.
But holiday traditions are not just about beautiful words. They are -mostly, I would say- about the food that people share and how they incorporate their family history into a batch of holiday cookies or a tourtière. Curious about those dishes that reveal so much about their backgrounds, we asked FBC members to share that recipe that brings back memories during the holiday season. So grab a mug of hot chocolate (or apple cider, or hot toddy, or holiday chai) and read along for a sampling of holiday world cuisine!
MORE WORLD HOLIDAY DISHES
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A big thank you to all our FBC Members who participated in our world holiday dishes roundup!
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