Media Mix: International Christmas Dinners; Doritos Taco Goes National; and Dream Holiday Guests

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Arthur Bovino

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Expats Share International Christmases: Ever wonder what other people eat around the holidays? Well, in Japan some revelers have fried chicken (and sometimes from KFC). In Mexico, they serve tamales; in Poland, pierogis. And in Australia, they go to the beach. [Telegraph]

Supreme Court Releases Cookbook: As a tribute to Martin Ginsburg, the late husband of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the spouses of all the Supreme Court Justices put together a cookbook, available at the Supreme Court gift shop. [NPR]

How to Make It as a Sommelier: Danny Meyer may have high expectations for waitstaff, but Daniel Boulud has higher expectations for a sommelier. [WSJ]

Doritos Locos Taco Goes National: After a brief testing stint in California and Ohio, Taco Bell is now making their Doritos-shell taco available across the country. [News One]

Your Dream Dinner Guest?: In a recent survey asking Americans who they want to sit next to at a holiday meal, Jennifer Aniston got first place. Kate Middleton, Brad Pitt, and Charlie Sheen followed. Also, most Americans want Paula Deen to cook their holiday dinner. [Reuters]

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