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Christmas/Christmas Eve In Bolivia.!

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Bolivans Bunuelos
What Bolivians Eat.!
Christmas Bolivian Food(yum).!
Bolivian Festival Music
Gingerbread Roulade With Dulce De Leche Cream Filling!
Traditional Food.!
Cabbage And Potatoe Soup
Traditional Food
Huminta
What Bolivians Eat
Saltenas
What Bolivians Food
Huachí toritó (Villancico)
(Spanish)

Que le daremos al niño bonito.
Que le daremos que no le haga mal,
le daremos una cesta de guindas
para que coma y pueda jugar.

Al huachí, huachi toritó
toritó del corralitó
Al huachí, huachi toritó
toritó del corralitó.

Al niñó recién nacido
todos le ofrecen un don,
yo soy pobre, nada tengo
le ofrezco mi corazón.

Huachitó, toritó
toritó del corralitó
Huachitó, toritó
toritó del corralitó.

San José y María
y Santa Isabel
vagan por las calles
de Jerusalén.

Preguntando a todos
del niño Jesús
Todos les responden
que ha muerto en la cruz.
Todos les responden
que ha muerto en la cruz.

Al huachí, huachi toritó
toritó del corralitó
Al huachí, huachi toritó
toritó del corralitó.

Here’s an English translation of Huachi toritó…

Christmas Music

Giddy-up, Little Bull
(Christmas Carol)

What will we give to the nice baby
What will we give that’d do him no harm
We’ll give him a basket of Morillo cherries
So he can eat and play.

Giddy-up! Giddy-up, little bull
Little bull from the little farm.
Giddy-up! Giddy-up, little bull
Little bull from the little farm.

To the new-born baby
They all give a present
I am poor, I have nothing,
I give him my heart.

Giddy-up, littl
Christmas Carol
Siku (aymara) or antara (quechua) or zampoña (spanish): Wind Pipe composed of two series of bamboo pipes of different lengths traditionally tied together with llama wool strings.
Bolivia Musical Instrument
In Bolivia Christmas (Navidad) continues to be deeply religious, maintaining the original meaning and purpose of the holiday. Most families set up a “pesebre” (nativity scene) in their homes and churches usually have very large ones somewhere outside the main door. The word pesebre literally means "stable". Sometimes people call them "nacimientos" (nativity scenes).
Some Nativity scenes, especially at churches, consist of animals, shepherds, angels, a manger and baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the Three Kings (Wisemen) placed atop a bed of moss or straw or inside a stable. Others use real sheep, donkeys, and people. Many are small plaster or wooden figurines. Some make very large manger scenes with dozens, even hundreds of figurines. christmas in bolivia

Others, although believed to be originally a Peruvian art form, are very brightly painted plaster boxes called "retablos" shaped like an upright cross-section of a house, in which Mary, Joseph and the Wisemen, shepherds and animals are placed in the lower level, and the baby Jesus is placed in a manger in the top level of the house under the eaves. Some of these painted mangers have tiny toys and ornaments as well, as gifts to the baby Jesus.
Celebrating Christmas In Bolivia
Christmas/Christmas Eve In Bolivia.!
Kena (quena): A quena is a simple flute made of bamboo, which has a round aperture at its end on which comes the lower lip.
Erke (erque) or phututu: Musical instrument cut in a horn of cow.
Tarca: Flute carved in wood, painted with bright colors, and perforated with 6 frontal holes.
Ocarina: Wind instrument with a round shape made of terracotta, which can be decorated and painted in multiple ways.
Ingredients:
Serves: 24Yield:
24
candies Units: US | Metric
2 2/3 cups shredded coconut
3/4 cup condensed milk
1 egg
1/4 teaspoon almond essence
butter, to coat baking sheet (or cooking spray can be used, such as PAM)
Directions:

1
In a bowl, mix shredded coconut, egg, condensed milk, and almond essence until everything is well mixed.
2
Let rest for two or three minutes.
3
Spread butter on a baking sheet to coat.
4
Using two teaspoons, put small amounts of the mixture in the baking sheet.
5
Bake at medium temperature (European oven: 163 Celsius degrees; American oven: 325 Fahrenheit degrees) for 25 minutes or until they are golden, dry and smooth at the same time.
6
Yields 24 regular-size coconut candies.

Read more: <a href="http://www.food.com/recipe/cocadas-bolivian-coconut-candies-456860?oc=linkback">http://www.food.com/recipe/cocadas-bolivian-coconut-candies-456860?oc=linkback</a>
Cocadas (Bolivian Coconut Candies)
Bolivia's Christmas Traditions
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