Christmas dinner just wouldn't be Christmas dinner without turkey and all the trimmings in the UK and the US.
But a fascinating photo series reveals that these countries are almost the only ones that celebrate by eating these foods.
Twenty-five families from across the world were asked what they tuck into on December 25 by Christmas tree maker Balsam Hill, and some of the meals are very different to a traditional roast dinner.
From slices of veal in a creamy tuna sauce to a starter of goat soup, these are the most unusual Christmas dinners that families enjoy on the big day.
So would you eat any of them?
Twenty-five 'typical' families from across the world were asked about what they eat for Christmas dinner. This is one French family's typical Christmas meal, which features slices of meat and radishes