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KFC For a Christmas Feast? Find Out Which Country Considers This a Tradition

Tired of turkey? Check out some of the most exotic and fascinating holiday dishes from around the world.

KFC for Christmas Lunch? Find Out Which Country Considers This a Tradition
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Discover the unusual, and hopefully palatable, festive holiday foods from around the world.

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1. Japan
KFC for Christmas Lunch? Find Out Which Country Considers This a Tradition
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When it comes to holiday food traditions from around the world, you can’t beat Japan: around Christmas time, the customary meal is KFC. That’s right, take-out fried chicken. And it’s not just a spontaneous trip down to the local KFC to get it either. They order it up to two months in advance. Marketing for the Christmas Party Bucket was so successful that it has become a Christmas Eve tradition!


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