December 24

Danish christmas tradition

Christmas in Denmark; dinner – pork, duck, goose or turkey, red salad, glazed potatoes, a lot of brown sauce. Dessert – rice pudding containing lots of almonds in pieces and one whole – (the finder receive a gift). Now time for singing Christmas songs and psalms while holding hands and walk around the Christmas tree. Finally the presents from under the tree is given, and the restored peace are celebrated with coffee, candy and something strong in the small glasses.
Merry Christmas!

ps. Photos of the food and links to recipes at my other blog

10 comments so far

  1. Reggie on

    Merry Christmas to you and your family, Birgitte – what a beautiful description of a special day.

    • Giiid on

      Merry Christmas to you and your family Reggie, and thank you nice feedback on both of my blogs!

  2. milkayphoto on

    Gorgeous, Birgitte! A very, Merry and Blessed Christmas to you and your family! ❤

    • Giiid on

      Dear Tracy. To you and your family, I also wish a Merry Christmas and all the best for the future!

  3. montucky on

    Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year!

    • Giiid on

      Thank you Montucky, and the same to you! 🙂

  4. isathreadsoflife on

    I remember this lovely picture and love your traditions. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas Eve and that the New Year will bring you lots of joys and happiness.

    • Giiid on

      Thank you Isa.
      Lets hope the new year will be a good one. 🙂

  5. Nye on

    Love your Christmas tradition Giiid, lovely photo as always.

    • Giiid on

      Thank you Ginger, I am glad to “see” you. 🙂

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