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    Family Food Traditions

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    Family Food Traditions Eating brings people closer together everyday, and for everyone, there are important memories that have been created because of food. Whether it’s a formal dinner, or an informal picnic, there will always be special bonds between people because food was involved. We need to have traditions with food because they form and strengthen the bonds between us. There are holidays in every culture where the food is the focal point. For example, the most important tradition involving

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    My Family Traditions

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    My family has a lot of different traditions, but one stands out more than the others. The holiday I am talking about is Christmas. My family has always celebrated Christmas on Christmas Eve. We start the celebration by going to our church’s Christmas Eve service. During this service, we sing Christmas songs and watch a video of the first Christmas. After the service, all my family goes to my grandparents’ house to open presents and have supper. The meal is different than most Christmas meals. All

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    The regular practices and traditions in a family life have different forms and dynamics, because every family structure and composition has different modes and standards of living. And it depends on the changing aspects of a family that how they perform and practice certain traditions and practices.(Wolin, Bennett, Jacobs, 1988) it can be classified in few groups and categories mention below. (a) Under-ritualized families: The groups of a people who are not interested to follow and celebrate any

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    It’s very important to set up a family tradition because it often tell a story about a family and it identifies who your family is and how they’re different from other families. Traditions can also bridge together gaps between generations, and it unites family members to spend more time together. Which is why some of our family traditions that we spend together would be Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New year’s.             On Thanksgiving Day, our family friends would always invite us to their house

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    Holidays Another way that older generations pass down elements of the Korean culture is through holiday traditions. For the most part, the interviewees listed the typical American holidays that their families celebrate, including Christmas and Thanksgiving. It was evident that some American holidays were less emphasized, such as Independence Day and Halloween. Julie expressed that the lack of observance of some American customs exemplifies her parent’s transmission of Korean culture. For example

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    For my family and I, Hanukkah is the holiday that represents family and religious traditions. We open gifts just like everyone else during this time of year, and celebrate with each others company. However, Hanukkah has a long and powerful story behind it. The Hanukkah story describes how the “Maccabees” rededicated the second Temple in Jerusalem and how the Menorah that was lit with such little oil, lasted for eight whole days. It holds great importance to the Jewish religion and was not always

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    My Family Traditions

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    We all have family traditions, some of which we take pride in, some of which we dread and despise but, whether you know it or not they are what make us who we are. One of my favorite traditions that I can truly say I’m passionate for would have to be Thanksgiving dinner. The dinner for the holiday goes by in a blink of an eye because of all the enjoyment. However, the preparations that lead up to the day are long and prestigious even though they are what make the dinner so great. Since the holiday

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    It is foolish to think following the community's beliefs and traditions is better than what one believes in. In the novel “The hero's walk” by Anita Rau Badami when family traditions are broken, many harsh consequences are made. In the Sripathi family, decisions made causes society. guilt and female rights to be an issue. Growing up in a south asian family comes with many restrictions. Society has a big role in what families should and should not do. Especially in marriage. Sripathi is raised

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    For this week’s discussion, I decided to continue focusing on family relationships. Thanksgiving is two days away; it will also be my dad’s 50th birthday tomorrow so we are throwing a huge surprise party for him. The holidays are a time we spend with family enjoying each other’s companies. The reason I chose this topic is due to the difference my family compared to my husband’s side of the family. After reading Chapter ten I could learn more about the concepts to have a better understanding of why

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    being the heart of the home. For me, food is a magnet that brings together friends and family from around the world: it has been an element of my life that has motivated me to spread my values of generosity and compassion. Three years ago, I was lucky enough to travel to Ethiopia. There, I participated in what is now my most treasured family tradition. As a way to celebrate the upcoming Ethiopian Christmas, my family and I prepared meals to donate to those without sources of food or shelter. As I returned

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