Exotic Christmas cuisine from around the world

Thursday, December 25, 2008

African lungfish, fermented shark in Iceland and porcupine are all typical Christmas cuisine. The Takeaway takes a look at some traditional (and some weird) Christmas dishes from around the world. We're joined by food writer and TV personality Andrew Zimmern.


Andrew Zimmern


Jen Poyant

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