What Christmas food is made from marsh-whorts?

Turkey (the bird) is a native of which country?

Cougnou is a sweet festive bread which is baked over the Christmas period across Europe, it is made in the form of what?

In Queen Victoria's day, which fruit were a treasured Christmas gift in England.

Name the author of the following extract “There never was such a goose. Bob said he didn't believe there ever was such a goose cooked. Its tenderness and flavor, size and cheapness were the themes of universal admiration. Eded out by apple-sauce and mashed potatoes, it was a sufficient dinner for the whole family; indeed, as Mrs. Cratchit said with great delight (surveying one small atom of a bone upon the dish) they hadn't ate it all at last! Yet every one had had enough, and the youngest Cratchits in particular were steeped in sage and onion to the eyebrows.”

if an unmarried man finds a button in a plum pudding what does that mean?

Which country created Eggnog?

In 1769 the crew of Captain Cook's 'Endeavour' celebrated Christmas in the Pacific with what meal? They then finished up "all hands as drunk as our forefathers used to be upon like occasion."

Which 17th Century spoil sport banned the consumption of Christmas mince pies? (Incidentally this law was never changed back, just ignored).

St. Nick's nose is often compared to what fruit?

What is a sugar plum?

Which important spice found in many a Christmas dish or drink stems originally from the Moloken spice islands ?

What would you stick into an onion, when following a traditional bread sauce recipe?

True or false; before turkey, the traditional English Christmas dinner included a pig’s head smothered in mustard.

In New Zealand, turkeys are bought frozen at Christmas, at which time of year are they usually processed?

Coca Cola advertising around 1930 pictured Santa in a red and white suit, standardising the image of Santa that remains today.

Due to a lack of turkeys in Japan (and very clever marketing), KFC has become in such demand as a Christmas food that you have to order it weeks in advance.

In the Christmas carol 'Twelve Days of Christmas,' the total number of gifts that 'my true love gave to me' was how many?

Boxing Day is so called because after Christmas people boxed up their left over food to give to the poor.

Christmas and poinsettias go together, where do poinsettias come from?

The children of this country leave their shoes on the windowsills filled with straw, carrots, and barley for the horses of the Wise Men, who they believe reenact their journey to Bethlehem every year. One of the wise men is called Balthazar, who leaves the children gifts

These people call Santa tomte, and see him as a gnome who comes out from under the floor of the house or barn carrying his sack of gifts for them. He rides in a sleigh drawn by a goat.

Where in the world did the real St. Nicholas really live?

What brought Frosty the Snowman to life?

In the 12 days of Christmas what was given on the 5th day of Christmas?

Who was the composer of 'The Nutcracker' ballet?

A twelve course Christmas Eve feast is enjoyed by many Eastern European cultures.

The custom of a Christmas tree was started where?

Panettone is an Italian sweet bread with dried fruit that is popular around Europe over the Christmas period, where does it originate from?

Shortbread is traditionally made before Christmas, where does it originate from?