๐ŸŽ„Christmas Traditions๐ŸŽ„ | Blogmas

Good morning โค How are you doing? Since today is Day 10 of Blogmas I wanted it to be something special. Growing up in a Latina household during Christmas it was insanely hectic and beautiful.

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  1. Shelly DS says:

    I wish I could taste that food! ๐ŸคคWe also season it well in advance so you can taste it all the way to the bone ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. Ohh yes! One of the best techniques๐Ÿ—

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  2. Helen says:

    Thanks for sharing! I love this insight into your Christmases growing up. What kinds of food did your mom prepare for you? And do you still have the same traditions now with your own family?

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    1. My mom used to make rice and beans, sanchocho which is a soup with plantains, potatoes,carrots, celery and 3 type of meats, quesillo which is a pudding ish made with alcohol. And there’s so much more she used to make. I do have the same traditions now but my mom used to cook alone, at home now we cook together๐Ÿค—

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      1. Helen says:

        Sounds delicious โค I can't imagine cooking for a huge crowd by yourself. Your mom must have a heart full of gold and love โค That's great that you all cook together.

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      2. She loved cooking back then๐Ÿ’š yes makes it more special if we all are involved…

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      3. Helen says:

        Absolutely! Good training for the kiddos too

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  3. Iโ€™m so excited for all the Christmas food!

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  4. solidparent says:

    I love learning how others celebrate the holidays. Your family seems lovely!

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    1. Me too ..it’s very intruiging โญ they were nice๐Ÿคฃ

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  5. Blogs by J says:

    Great memories! Thank you for sharing with us โค

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    1. Thank you๐Ÿฅฐ so muchโค you are welcome

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