My grandfather is from Ireland. We may not eat the traditional Irish meals. But we do have recipes from all over the world. He cooked for the Navy, traveling all around, picking up recipes from each location.
We have a "traditional meal" for Thanksgiving. Turkey, stuffing, carrots, potatoes, mac'n'cheese, green beans, and cranberry sauce.
These are another classic in my family. Eaten quite a lot, it is generally made with, chick, tortillas, rice, beans, sour cream, lettuce, tomato, and cheese.
For Christmas, we have lamb, horseradish sauce, brussels sprouts, and buttered rolls. This may be considered a "traditional meal", but I don't know what culture this comes from.
My grandma was from Costa Rico, we have a lot of meals form that side of my family. We eat tacos, rice and beans, tamales, curry, and so much more!
Common dinner in family, from my Costa-rican side. Very, delicious had at least once a week. You can eat it for breakfast, lunch,or dinner. This would be the meal that I could eat for the rest of my life.
This is a map of Poland, where my dads family comes from. Whenever we go out to polish restaurants, we have pierogies. Occasionally, we make them homemade.
This is an image of Costa Rica, where my Grandmother on my moms side came from. We generally eat, Spanish food, and this is were my mom learned most of her recipes, along what my grandfather, who cooked for the Navy