What Italy does to celebrate Christmas

The recipes for making food

Food that they eat on Christmas

ausage, peppers, and onions, sweet sausage and half hot sausage!

Links! to websites

"Christmas Traditions in Ital." Christmas Traditions in Italy. www.reindeerland.org, n.d. Web. 17 Dec 2013. <http://www.reindeerland.org/christmas-traditions/christmas-traditions-in-italy.htm>.

("Christmas Traditions in Italy")

"Italian Christmas Traditions." Buon Natale! Christmas in Italy. About.com, n.d. Web. 17 Dec 2013. <http://italian.about.com/library/weekly/aa120600f.htm>.

("Italian Christmas Traditions")

"Christmas Pasta." Ingredients, Directions. Everyday with Rachel Ray. Web. 17 Dec

2013. <http://www.rachaelraymag.com/recipe/christmas-pasta/>.

("Christmas Pasta")

"Amaretti." Santa's Net Recipes. Australian Media, n.d. Web. 17 Dec 2013.

<http://www.santas.net/amaretti.htm>.

("Amaretti")

Carnesecchi, Ralph. "Cookbook Project." Mama's Sicilians Pignolata Recipe. Australian

Media. Web. 17 Dec 2013.

<http://www.familycookbookproject.com/recipe/1446780/mamas--sicilians-pignolata.html>.

(Carnesecchi)

"Weather Averages for Rome in December." Holiday Weather.com. Holiday Weather,

n.d. Web. 17 Dec 2013. <http://www.holiday-weather.com/rome/ averages/december/>.

Bakerjian, Martha. "Christmas in Italy." About.com. Martha Bakerjian, 6 Jan 2013. Web. 17 Dec 2013. <http://goitaly.about.com/od/christmasinitaly/a/christmas.htm>.

Italy Christmas traditions citation

Bakerjian, Martha. "Christmas in Italy." About.com. Martha Bakerjian, 6 Jan 2013. Web. 17 Dec 2013. <http://goitaly.about.com/od/christmasinitaly/a/christmas.htm>.

How does santa and the witch deliver presents

Songs that they sing in Italy

All of the many Religious Carols- after all the center of the Chruch- Roma

The church that they sing in every Christmas

Gifts that the

This is what they give to each other

Weather conditions in Italy

TodayDec 19

54°F

47°F

Partly Cloudy

CHANCE OF RAIN:10% WIND:SSE at 7 mphDetailsFriDec 20

57°

43°

PM Showers

CHANCE OF RAIN:40% WIND:SE at 11 mphDetailsSatDec 21

60°

42°

Sunny

CHANCE OF RAIN:0% WIND:NE at 5 mphDetailsSunDec 22

58°

41°

Partly Cloudy

CHANCE OF RAIN:0% WIND:NE at 4 mphDetailsMonDec 23

57°

38°

Partly Cloudy

CHANCE OF RAIN:0% WIND:NNE at 5 mphDetailsTueDec 24

57°

39°

Sunny

Full Christmas ForecastCHANCE OF RAIN:0% WIND:NE at 5 mphDetailsWedDec 25

58°

48°

Showers

CHANCE OF RAIN:60% WIND:SE at 9 mphDetailsThuDec 26

58°

46°

Showers

CHANCE OF RAIN:60% WIND:SW at 9 mphDetailsFriDec 27

59°

48°

Mostly Sunny

CHANCE OF RAIN:10% WIND:WSW at 9 mphDetailsSatDec 28

56°

45°

Mostly Sunny

CHANCE OF RAIN:20% WIND:SW at 8 mph

Instructing fact in Italy

At noon on Christmas day they all gather together in Vatican square the pope giveshis blessing.

The children have to until Epiphany which is January 6 for there presents for there presents.

They also celebrate Christmas at midnight.

There are also gift that not only Santa Claus who brings the gift they also have a witch called LaBefana who delivers presents.

Il panforte is a Italy food that they eat which has gingerbread with hazelnuts, with honeyand almonds.

Activity that they do on Christmas in Italy

They spend Christmas eve with the closest family (Catholics go to a special midnight mass) then have a huge very long lunch on Christmas day (usually in a restaurant).

They don't give out presents till Jan 6, but celebrate Christmas all through December. On Dec 24 they have a celebration called 'The Seven Fishes'.

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