My inlaws are Polish, though my husband is a 3rd generation American, but the food traditions have stuck around.
We have Christmas Eve dinner starting with red beet soup with sour cream, pierogies filled with mashed potatoes or saurkraut, ham, polish sausage sliced and cooked with saurkraut, turkey (that part is American), krischickies (likely spelled wrong) which are crispy pastries dipped in powdered sugar, and apple pie (also American.)
There are goodnatured threats toward bad children who may need to get their dupa busted (butt spanked) and therefore Santa will bring figismachen. (You get nothing!)
I also love golabkis (ground beef and rice wrapped in cabbage leaves), but these were not served this time. Maybe at Easter.
Americans often get called out for saying they are this ethnicity or that ethnicity (I'm Polish! I'm Irish) when they are third generation Americans. And, point taken! However, it seems that food is where these traditions stay alive the longest! We eat Polish food on holidays because my husband's family has done it ever since they lived in Poland and the last hundred years they have been In the US. I think it's wonderful and helps anchor my son in multigenerational family traditions. God knows there are no holiday traditions on my side of the family.
So, what are you eating for Christmas dinner? Have you created new traditions? Are you following the traditions of your spouse? Your non-JW family? (Do you even like sauerkraut? ) Are you eating in a Chinese buffet?