Sorry, i went shopping with my dad and it took a while.
Actually we bought a gift for another christmas tradition here.
On Christmas Eve we eat rice pudding (or sometimes other desserts) and put an almond in one of them, whoever finds the almond wins a present. >here it's often turkey or ham or something of the sort
We have that as well but we also have hangikjöt (hanged meat) basically just some sort of smoked meat, usually lamb.
Also while not a christmas meal some of our more traditional people eat skate on something called Þorrablót, this is on the 23rd.
Let me tell you that this is one of the most stinky meals you could have, your whole house will smell like a fishery.
When you're served it on a plate you're usually going to get it seperated in three parts.
One is mild and i think that one is actually pretty enjoyable.
The second one is medium and is tolerable but really strong.
The last one is strong and is practically inedible, you'll start crying if you eat it.