Melissa Block and Audie Cornish ask listeners to share stories about what they eat on Christmas Day, even if they don't celebrate the holiday. We'll pick a few and share them on the holiday. You can submit your favorites here, just put "Christmas food" in the subject line.
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MELISSA BLOCK, HOST:
The holiday season is a time for food and a time for sharing and we need you. We'd like to know what you usually eat on Christmas Day, regardless of whether you celebrate the holiday. Who knows? You may be stuck at work like some of us.
AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:
Is there a meal that's a must-have or a dessert or perhaps something completely oddball that you're almost chagrined to admit? Our staff has figgy pudding, chocolates and Chinese food, by the way, which actually sounds pretty gross, come to think of it, but we eat it anyway.
BLOCK: We're looking for your favorite foods on Christmas Day and why they're special to you.
CORNISH: Good times, not-so-good times, it doesn't matter. We want to hear your stories.
BLOCK: We'll take a few of them and share on the air Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. So write to us at NPR.org. Click on Contact Us at the bottom of the page and please put Christmas Food in the subject line. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.