Now you will ask me what is so special about Venezuelan parties? I will summarize the answer on 3 subjects: people, music and food! All 3 are very important factors for the success of the party. I am sure you have great fun friends to party with, so people are normally not a problem. Food and music on the other hand can make or break a party! In a true Venezuelan party fashion, you will have to clear some space for dancing, as well prepare some delicious food and drinks to keep guests satisfied!.
Let me give you some tips on how to turn your party into a Fiesta!
- Find your best Latin music and play it back to back - merengue,salsa, reggaeton and cumbia will keep people moving the whole night long! Think Zumba and you will get it right!
- Keep the snacks flowing throughout the night. Try the new Farm Rich Queso Cheese Bites, dips with crackers, (my favorite is anchovy dip - I owe you the recipe), Empanadas, Mini meatballs, Hard boiled Quail eggs with a Thousand Island sauces, etc. You can choose your favorites, but the important part is to have bite sizes snacks so people can eat them quickly while they keep dancing.
- Serve fun drinks like Margaritas, Cuba Libres (Rum, Lime juice and Pepsi), Piña Coladas and plenty of water.
Now in order to buy all the ingredients for your food and drinks, you are going to need some money right? Well why don't you try to win it? Farm Rich Snacks have a sweepstakes going on in where you can win $3,500 to do your own Party! Visit the Farm Rich Facebook page and click on the Pesos 4 Quesos tab by May 4. It is a fun game, and as you go through the levels you can also register to win weekly $200 gift cards and coupons to try the new Queso Cheese Bites. You can also like their page here:
You never know, you may win and have the best party ever. Now, if you do win, please do not forget to invite me!
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