Christmas Dishes in Australia!
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•  roast turkey, chicken and ham
  • roast beef
•  cold turkey and cold ham
seafood and salads

  roast vegetables

Christmas pie
  mince pies,
  Christmas fruit mince pies (orange mince pie, fruity mince pie)
  apple pie
  pumpkin pie

Christmas cake or Christmas pudding (traditionally with a small treat baked inside, e.g. a 10c         coin)
gingerbread in Christmas shapes
Christmas damper - soda bread in wreath or star shape, served with butter, jam, honey or                golden syrup. Made in the Australian bush in the 19th century.
sweets, such as rocky road and rum balls
candy canes


summer fruits - e.g. cherries, berries, lychees, mango
nuts - e.g. cashews, macadamias
dried fruits - e.g. ginger, figs

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A Traditional Christmas Meal!
Christmas dinner in Australia tends to be very similar to the traditional English version.