British Christmas Food!


We’re joined by Han, who is Chinese. We force feed him lots of classic Christmas sweet treats that we eat here in the UK over the festive season! We try: mince pies, shortbread, clementines, tiffin, yule log, chocolate coins, Christmas cake!

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20 comments

  1. I think satsumas,clementines and tangerines may be hybrid of mandarins. As such i think they may be seedless. I think they may have been bred for mild sweet taste, I think mandarins originate in Japan. My apologies in advance but they may also have been cultivated to be small cos Japanese people can fit them in their pockets!! LOL

  2. It didn’t look like Han had to be forced too much to eat all the goodies. I like clementines. Last time I ate a Yule Log it was still to hot and I burned my tongue. It just came out of the fireplace. 😀 I’d like to see what a Tiffin tastes like. I agree that chocolate coins taste better without the foil. Good night or day.

  3. My grandfather was the only one who liked mince pie so one was always made for him at Christmas. A standout memory for me, and, sadly, no longer around since he passed. Am I the only one who ever struggled to get the foil off those chocolate coins??

  4. Great video guys. I love everything that is made of chocolate😋.

    In Brazil we’ve got this dish Pavê. It sounds like para ver (for looking), then every Christmas there’s someone who asks ” Is it for looking or for eating?”.

  5. Han is a very fluent English speaker! Feeling shamed being Chinese myself!
    I am dairy free and I am frustrated, what are my options for Christmas treats, other than Clementine?

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