Rcvcillon (reh-vay-hon) is the traditional meal held in France after Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, although it has been extended to mean a similar supper eaten at midnight on New Year’s Eve.

Reveillon is usually an elaborate meal, often provided by the richest people in the community, and the main dish is traditionally a type of black pudding.

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