In the run up to Christmas, we're sure many of you are digging out your stretchy pants and thinking about all the delicious food you plan to enjoy on Christmas eve and/or Christmas day. Now, depending on where you live in the world, traditional Christmas dinners can vary wildly. If you live in the United States, the UK or Australia, you're probably (but not certainly, of course) thinking about having some sort of roast, but this isn't the case everywhere. For instance, in Iceland, fermented fish is a traditional Christmas food and in Japan, where Christmas isn't traditionally celebrated, many people now eat chicken from 'KFC' on December 25th. If you want to know more about holiday culinary traditions from around the world, be sure to check out the video below from the 'Anglophenia' YouTube Channel!