Fried chicken for Christmas? Test your knowledge of holiday foods around the world.

Whatever you're celebrating, 'tis the season for feasting. Different countries feast in different ways. See if you can identify the holiday food from the photo.

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We'll start with an easy one: a special cake common to Christmas celebrations in England and its former colonies (including the United States). What is it?

Bundt cake

Fruitcake

King cake

Poundcake

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This fried food is common to Hanukkah celebrations. What is it?

Strudel

Hash

Latke

Blini

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This cake, which is sometimes topped with sugary "mushrooms," is a common Christmastime dessert in France and its former colonies. What is it?

Christmas cake

Yule log

Chocolate Christmas

Victorian mushroom

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To keep it nice and fluffy, this Italian sweet bread is hung upside down before it's served, usually at Christmas or New Year's. What is it?

Focaccia

Panakopita

King's bread

Panettone

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This Christmas dessert is usually served in England. Its name is a little misleading. What is it?

Bangers and mash

Plum pudding

Bubble and squeak

Shepherd's pie

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Depending on where you are — in France or even in New Orleans, Louisiana — this cake is eaten either during Mardi Gras or during the Christian holiday of Epiphany, which comes 12 days after Christmas.

King cake

Bundt cake

Fat Tuesday cake

Éclair

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This Spanish nougat is usually eaten around Christmas. What is it?

Sea foam

Divinity

Turrón

White chocolate bark

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What do they eat on Christmas in Japan? Since the 1970s, many Japanese have waited in line on Christmas Eve to order fried chicken from this fast food chain.

Popeyes

KFC

McDonald's

Chik-fil-A