While most Americans will come together on Christmas Day to open presents and enjoy a turkey feast, Hispanic households will start rejoicing a day early with tamales or lechón.
Latinos celebrate on Christmas Eve or Nochebuena. Traditions vary by country and region but three things are always present during the holiday, regardless of where you’re from: mouth-watering food, festive music, and good times with family and friends.
Here’s a few highlights of what you’d see when celebrating the holidays with a Hispanic family:
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