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1. The main meat eaten for Christmas lunch is usually poultry. Which large bird is most often chosen for the main course?
2. For extra flavour, a mixture of breadcrumbs and herbs is often included with the bird. Any herbs can be used, but which one is most often chosen mixed with onion and breadcrumbs?
3. To accompany the meal, many people cook small sausages wrapped in bacon. What are they called?
4. You'll need some potatoes to go with the meal. What name is given to potatoes cooked like the ones in the picture?
5. Now for some vegetables. These ones that look like mini cabbages are usually included as part of a Christmas dinner. What are they called?
6. Another vegetable which can be served with the Christmas lunch is shown in the photograph. They might look like rather pale carrots, but they are actually which vegetable, usually served roasted?
7. To add even more flavour, a sauce is made to go with the poultry, using the berries shown in the picture. What are they?
8. This very rich fruit pudding is called Christmas pudding. What unexpected, and inedible, item might you have found in it in the past?
9. Not everyone wants a heavy pudding or dessert, especially the children, who might prefer this dish made with fruit, jelly (Jell-O), custard and cream. What do we call it?
10. You probably haven't much room left, but if you are really hungry you might be able to manage one of these traditional Christmas offerings. What are they called?
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