Quiz: Can You Name These Holiday Foods From an Image?
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Can You Name These Holiday Foods From an Image?
By: Olivia Cantor
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About This Quiz

Food lovers, here's a great treat for you! Can you name these great food items by looking at the image? We know you can do this!

The holidays is just around the corner. Whether you like it or not, food will always be a huge thing to deal with during such occasions. Whether you're going home for the holidays or you're preparing the meals for yourself and some friends, then it's still going to be such an event to prepare them.

It's interesting to see just what kind of food items will be served on the tables of many households come Christmastime. Many of these food items will definitely have some tinge of nostalgia, as adults prepare food or beverages that they've grown up consuming during these times. For others, it will definitely have some sort of custom of a culture there, meaning that their own food feast will definitely be inspired or influenced by the traditions in their culture. This applies to all cultures, and it will especially be colorful for multicultural households.

So, do you think you can identify some of these typical and traditional food items here? We know you're got the holiday spirit on already, so take a look and see!

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They come in colorful slices or in whole. What is it?
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This is what Christmas Eve tastes like, in liquid form. What is it?
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Thin slices would do! What is this?
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This is for the sweet tooth out there. What is it?
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This is a hit for the young and young at heart. What is it?
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Drink up! What’s this holiday fave?
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Have a slice of this orange-colored treat. What is it?
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Can’t go wrong with this one! What’s this drink!
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This Christmas fixture flies with other holidays, too. What is it?
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It’s actually for Hannukah, but some households also serve it for Christmas. What is it?
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This definitive holiday food item is known as what?
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What is this common Christmas side dish called?
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This very, very yummy dip is another holiday fixture. What is it?
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If you prefer a nutty slice, go for this! What is it?
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It is said that people from Wisconsin are particular about this drink. What is it called?
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This yummy dish could also be made of yam. What is it?
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Well, its name is in its appearance … and flavoring. What is it?
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This partnership makes foodies happy during the holidays. What is it?
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Southern U.S. people know how to make these! What is it?
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Thank the Italians for this addition. What is it called?
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When it’s dark brown, you know what this is! So what is it?
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This white snowball-like small item is known as what?
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This very common dessert also has a very common yuletide cousin. What is it?
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Southern U.S. states serve this sauce much like how they serve eggnog. What is it?
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A toast to this drink! What is it called?
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This very American drink is served hot and spiked. What is it?
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If you dine with the Italians, you can taste this. What is it?
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This actually tastes sweet. What is it?
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Despite its name, this appetizer is heavenly! What is it?
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People of Greek descent love munching on these! What do you call it?
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Those with German blood love these treats! Do you know what it’s called?
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It’s safe enough to drink, most times. What is it?
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This side dish is a versatile one. What’s it called?
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I’ll have gravy with that. What is it?
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This very warm liquid food is great for cold nights. What is it?
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Italian-blooded Christmas lovers love some of these chewy things!
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You can light this one up sometimes! What is it?
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An American yuletide spread won’t be truly American without this. What is it?
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This South American delicacy is also reaching many shores now. What is it?
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This fruit-focused creation is called what?
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