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Ukrainian Christmas


Mother Nature confuses us with its unseasonal weather; rain, snow, really cold or quite warm temperatures, all in a mater of few consecutive weeks in November and December.

Nonetheless, Christmas Holiday is upon us, hence time for Christians to celebrate the anniversary of the Birth or Christ.

I would like to share links to some of my previous posts about Ukrainian Christmas traditions, as well as few recipes for Ukrainian Traditional Christmas Eve dishes.

Here is a of links to my previous post about Ukrainian Christmas Traditions observed by my family, and a list of traditional dishes:


By clicking on this link you will learn about more Ukrainian Christmas traditions, and find pictures and recipes for to Ukrainian Traditional Christmas Eve dishes:



Click on this link to view My Ukrainian Traditional Christmas Tree Decorations:

Ceramic-ornament-51Ukrainian Christmas-Tree

I would like to share Merry Christmas wishes from around the world, which I received from my readers.

Please share your country’s Christmas Greetings if it is still missing from the list below:

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Veselykh Sviat Rizdva Khrystovoho i Shchaslyvoho Novoho Roku! (Ukrainian)

Wesolych Swiat Bozego Narodzenia oraz Szczesliwego Nowego Roku! (Polish)

Maligayang Pasko At Manigong Bagong Taon! (Tagalog is an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines)

Buon Natale, Buone Feste and Felice Anno Nuovo! ( Italian)

Here are some new additions from a reader in 2012, who speaks 10 languages:

S Rozhdestvom I S Novim Godom  – (Russian)

Felize Natal E Feliz Ano Novo  – (Portuguese)

Joyeux Noel E Bonne Anne -(French)

Feliz Navidad Y Feliz Ano Nuevo –  (Spanish)

Eid Milad Mubarak –  (Arabic)

Shen Deng Kuai Le Xing Nin Kuai Le – (Mandarin)

Kurisumasu Omedetto Gozaimasu –  (Japanese)

Haartelijk Keerstfest En Een Goede Nieuw Jaar – (Dutch)

Frohe Weinachten Und Glückliches Neues Jah -(German)

God Jul Och Gott Nytt år – (Swedish)

Happy Holidays from Canada!


2 thoughts on “MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL”

  1. Marilyn says:

    I love your Christmas Ornaments.. I will be soak wheat tonight for the Christmas Eve meal. Merry Christmas to you. I look forward to reading your blogs in the new year!

  2. suburbangrandma says:

    Thank you. This is my collection of Ukrainian Christmas Tree ornaments from prior years….
    Yes, soaking your Pshenytsia (wheat), over night really cuts down on cooking time the next day.
    Dyakuyu duze for your Christmas wishes.
    Boh Narodyvsia–Slavite Yoho!..Merry Christmas to you and your family as well. I am hoping to keep on writing in the New Year…and am pleased to know that you are looking forward to reading my posts. Very kind and sweet of you.

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