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Mixing Latinx and American Traditions For the Holidays

POPSUGAR / paid for by / Clorox

The holidays are the most joyous time for Latinxs, especially Latinxs who live in the US. We have the opportunity to mix two cultures and create new traditions that we make our own. Glency, Evelyn, and Maggie are three mamás who are all up for that.

While some like to make it fun, adding puerco en puya and pasteles en hoja — traditional in the Dominican Republic — or pozole, romeritos, and Mexican-style bacalao to their menus, others will have turkey and even Cajun food. Some celebrate Thanksgiving and Noche Buena, others celebrate Christmas Day and New Year's.

But the reality is that no matter how much fun you have when you bring the family together, it tends to get messy. That's why these mamás trust Clorox to make their lives easier, both before and after the celebrations, so they can focus on bonding as a family. Watch the video above to see how they combine traditions while keeping everything squeaky clean!

We've partnered with Clorox to celebrate the holidays and traditions that are meaningful for your family, all while keeping your home clean and germ-free.

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