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can anyone tell me what is a traditional spanish christmas dinner?

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Answer #1 | 07/09 2006 14:28
No idea but I know they bang on a log of wood with sticks at christmas for some reason
Answer #2 | 07/09 2006 14:32
'Pavo Trufado de Navidad' which is Turkey stuffed with truffles (the mushrooms ones not the chocolate ones) eaten on Christmas Eve
Answer #3 | 07/09 2006 14:30
TAPAS and SANGRIA ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRIIIIIIIIBAAAAAAAAAAA
Answer #4 | 07/09 2006 14:36
lived in mallorca and they have no traditional dinner there.celebrate xmas on 6th january.(called 3 kings) have a big carnival in palma with lots of sweets for kids.not a patch on british xmas at all
Answer #5 | 07/09 2006 15:54
tacos well thats what we had last year and champagne
Answer #6 | 11/09 2006 08:20
I lived in Spain during the 70's and can not remember any special meal for Christmas. Christmas itself was more of a religious feast, the birtday of Jesus. The feast of Three Kings was more for the family and childress and I don't remember anything of a special dinner.
Answer #7 | 11/09 2006 03:05
Seafood soup, Prawns, Lamb, White and Red Wine, Cava, Sidra, TurrĂ³n and don't forget the Bread!

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