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A Delicious Journey Through Holiday Celebrations 🌍🍽️

Dear Valued Clients, Prospects, and Partners,

As the holiday season unfolds, I’m reminded of the rich tapestry of traditions that make our world so wonderfully diverse. While I don’t celebrate Christmas myself, I’ve always been fascinated (and a little envious!) of the incredible feast traditions around the globe.

Let’s embark on a culinary tour, with a dash of humor and a sprinkle of emojis!

Mexican Nochebuena – Tamales 🌽
Mexican Nochebuena
In Mexico, tamales are the stars of Christmas Eve. Think of them as delicious presents that you don’t need to wrap the corn husk does the job!

Italian-American Feast of the Seven Fishes – Seafood Platter 🦑

Seafood Platter
A heavenly spread for those who can’t decide on just one or two seafood dishes. Why not seven?

Because when it comes to fish, the more, the merrier (and tastier)!

Venezuelan Hallacas 🥖
Venezuelan Hallacas

These are like the Swiss Army knives of the Christmas dinner table – a little bit of everything in one neat package!

Canadian Réveillon – Tourtière🥧

Tourtière: because who said pies should only be sweet? The French-Canadian way is to make them meaty and merry!

Brazilian Chester 🍗
Brazilian Chester

In Brazil, Chester isn’t just a name; it’s a juicy, delectable centerpiece that will make you forget all about turkey!

Hanukkah – Latkes and Sufganiyot 🥔🍩

And let’s not forget Hanukkah, where we prove that oil isn’t just for cars – latkes and sufganiyot, crispy and sweet, are the real fuel for festive cheer!

This holiday season, let’s feast our eyes (and stomachs) on these incredible dishes. Remember, calories during the holidays are just like half the emails we get best ignored! 😉

Wishing you a season filled with laughter, joy, and scrumptious meals. As always, we’re here for all your immigration needs and can’t wait to continue our journey together in the new year.

Cheers to delicious traditions and humorous indulgences!

Warmest regards,

Andres “Foody” Mejer

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