Dec 18, 2014 ... What do Italians eat on Christmas? The answer is that there's no dish in particular that can be found on every single Italian holiday table. Each region has its own traditional dish for Christmas dinner: the cuisine reflects the characteristics and flavors of the local environment. The only thing that Italians ...
Nov 22, 2014 ... Christmas Eve dinner is traditionally a light meal with no meat and a lot of seafood. Bring on the sword fish, tuna fish, salmon, octopus salad and the baccalà (salted cod), of course! Along with an abundance of fish, Italians celebrate this meal with simple pasta dishes and meatless antipasti. The "Feast of the ...
Dec 19, 2016 ... In Italy, Christmas means many things to many people, whether the focus of the holiday is on its religious roots, family gatherings or the chance to relax. But one thing everyone can agree on is that food plays a big role. So if you want to do Christmas Italian-style, here are the food and drinks you need for a ...
Nov 8, 2017 ... Discover the best food Christmas traditions in Italy! Check this article written by an insider and know all the best dishes to taste in Italy!
Oct 6, 2015 ... Let's discover what Italians usually eat for Christmas! This is about Traditional Italian Christmas Food.
Dec 7, 2011 ... When it comes to Christmas in Italy, it's all about the food! Here's how to have an Italian meal on Christmas Eve and New Year's... recipes and photos included!
Dec 4, 2015 ... Discover the varied food traditions observed in Italy during the Christmas period, and how each region approaches the festive season.
If you are lucky enough to be in Rome for Christmas, you should certainly try some of the traditional Roman dishes which make up the classic Christmas dinner menus. And you will have twice the chance of doing this, as it is now common to celebrate with rich meals on both Christmas Eve (Vigilia) and Christmas Day.
Dec 7, 2016 ... If a traditional Italian Christmas dinner is what you're after, look no further. These recipes offer a variety of age-old traditions, as well as fresh takes on favorites that will have you wishing for an Italian feast every night.