Christmas is the one time of the year that no matter the state of your health, it is not only socially acceptable to make no effort whatsoever to restrain your gluttonous impulses, but it's also actually potentially rude to do so. After all, if someone has spent time and effort on the most important holiday of the year to labour over a hot stove or thoughtfully pick out chocolates they think you'll like, it would be downright insulting to turn them down. If you've already consumed 2,000 calories worth of turkey alone, well, that's too bad. You'll just have to reassure yourself that New Year's Eve is right around the corner, and you're sure to keep your resolution to abstain from all unhealthy things going forward.
This means, of course, that there is likely to be a veritable smorgasbord of Christmassy goodies available to you. The savory ones are well-known, naturally — there's the turkey, plus the roast potatoes, the chestnuts with sprouts, the stuffing, and of course, the chipolatas wrapped in bacon. However, while some of the sweet options are household names, some are unique to specific family traditions. How well would you recognize them? Let's find out!