A boiled wheat with poppy seeds and honey served on Christmas Eve is a traditional dish Ukrainian, Byelorussian, Lithuanian and before of borderland Polish cuisine. The name derives from the word of the Ukrainian (from Greek) kókkos ‘ stone ’, ‘ grain ’. He is one of 12 dishes traditionally being an ingredient of an East Slavonic Christmas Eve supper. She is being eaten mainly at the period of holidays e.g.: of the Christmas and the new year. According to custom she is being done of the chipped wheat, grains of the poppy, the malt or honey, and nuts and dried fruit as used in cooking: of different nuts, raisins and other additions. In many regulations a milk or a cream are being taken into account, in the original boiled wheat with poppy seeds and honey served on Christmas Eve a milk was a milk of the mince of the poppy. They in our times are using also elements which once weren't so popular and available, so as slices of the candied orange peel or almonds.