For example, in the US, we eat turkey to celebrate Thanksgiving/Autumn Harvest. Everyone from around the country, drive or fly back to celebrate this tradition/holiday with their family.
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We do turkey on Thankgiving. At first, I thought this would be like a "traditional cultural" type question... Like Scottish people and Haggis.
We did switch it up for about 3 years with my sister doing badly prepared Cornish game hens, but went back to turkey after that. We do ham on Christmas... But not much past those.
I used to get dragged to Burns Night dinners and was forced into eating more haggis than any kid should have to eat, but otherwise not much traditional holiday food other than Thanksgiving and Christmas. I've done a few Passover Seder dinners for a few years, even though I'm not personally Jewish, which could I guess be considered a traditional holiday dinner type thing.