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Ponche Navideño

An essential part of Christmas in Mexico, sweet, fragrant Ponche Navideño can be found simmering away on stovetops and at traditional outdoor markets all across the country from December 12 through January 6, the period during which the holiday is celebrated. Featuring traditional Mexican flavorings such as fresh sugar cane, guavas and tejocotes (a crabapple-type fruit), the #punch is spiked with a healthy dose of #rum and served piping hot to ward off any winter chills.

from Big Bear's Wife

Hot Chocolate Cookies

Hot Chocolate Cookies. Seriously! This might be my new favorite cookie! I just can't get enough of them!


Today, January 6, is the day of the Magi...The THREE WISE MEN...I often ponder the journey of their Knowing, their great Faith....and so, this day is a sacred day to me......lindita

from Disney Parks Blog

Holidays at the Disneyland Resort Returns November 13 Through January 6, 2016

The Happiest Place on Earth will get merrier when Holidays at the Disneyland Resort returns November 13 through January 6, 2016!

from Travel

Who Is La Befana?

The Feast of the Epiphany, celebrated January 6 with a national holiday in Italy, and the tradition of La Befana are a big part of Italian Christmas celebrations. Epiphany commemorates the 12th day of Christmas when the three Wise Men arrived at the manger bearing gifts for Baby Jesus.

from (a)Musing Foodie

American Food Holidays

(Happy New Year!) American Food Holidays: December 31 to January 6 |

Holidays: In this picture you see buñuelos. They are fried dough. They are eaten on New Year's for desert in Mexico. They also eat other foods that are different from what we eat here. On New Year's they say feliz año nuevo which means happy new year. On Christmas they don’t get presents on Christmas day, they get them on January, 6. They get the then because it’s when they celebrate the three wise men. On st. Patrick's day they remember the Irish men who fought for Mexico.