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    Does your family have a traditional Christmas food/snack that someone brings or makes every year? If so, what is it?

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    As for me, Christmas Stolen- a sweet bread with candied fruit.
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    For me, Christmas is the most solemn holiday. I am preparing for it literally at the beginning of November. My family traditionally makes turkey with cranberry sauce, potato salad with eggs and bacon, and a cupcake with dried fruit for dessert. For sure, these are not all the dishes, but I have listed the most important ones. We usually decorate cupcakes with colored icing, cranberries or sprinkles on top. All the recipes were passed down from generation to generation, but my mother didn't reach the recipes. And we've been looking for the best recipes for a long time. They were keto recipes and now for 10 years, we cook according to them.

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