What’s in for Noche Buena?

According to www.mb.com.ph,  “The Noche Buena is a beautiful tradition that has been passed on to us through many generations by our foreparents. Many liken the Noche Buena to the Western celebration of Thanksgiving Day when all the family members, and even the entire clan, gather for dinner. The Noche Buena is a beautiful tradition that has been passed on to us through many generations by our foreparents. Many liken the Noche Buena to the Western celebration of Thanksgiving Day when all the family members, and even the entire clan, gather for dinner. In olden times, the typical Noche Buena table featured queso de bola, hot chocolate, chicken galantina, acharra, and leche flan. As centuries passed and with other foreign influences, the Filipino Noche Buena table has evolved to include the Christmas ham, pansit, fruit cakes, and wine. Today’s Noche Buena treats also include our very own puto bumbong (steamed glutinous rice cooked in bamboo shoots, flavored with brown sugar and grated coconut), bibingka, suman, and salabat (native tea). In some homes, the Noche Buena table centerpiece is our native lechon.”

It’s been a legendary tradition of the Filipinos to wait for the clock struck to twelve, eat together as one and share the dishes prepared in one table. Celebrating the nativity of the Messiah, with festive cheers and smiles for His coming.

So if you ever wonder, what in for our Noche Buena; It’s not much but what is important is that, we partake the food as one family and enjoy it as much as others enjoyed their elegant expensive cuisines. Here’s the snapshots.

Have a Merry Christmas Everyone🙂

 

More to press so, stay tuned.

(c)therottengenius

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