In the UK, people traditionally announce their first mince pie of the season.
The day people countrywide start making Christmas cakes is called 'Stir-up Sunday.
Pudding in British cuisine, especially around Christmas, is steamed pudding made with suet, dried fruits, and brandy.
Trifle is popular for assembling rather than baking. It is typically seen at Christmas and year-round.
A Yule log, also known as a Bûche de Noël, is a traditional dessert served during Christmas in the UK.
The tube-shaped parcel, frequently with a prize, joke, and paper crown, has excess paper on each end for tugging.
Parsnips are peeled, roasted, then smeared in butter and honey after being frozen.