So, my idea of having a Mexican Thanksgiving at the in-laws this year got vetoed, but they did decide to have a Mexican Christmas!! Yay! (A welcome change, especially considering we are having brunch at one of my grandma's on Christmas morning and then brunch food again at my other grandma's in the early afternoon!) My husband's side of the family is Hispanic, so everything will be very traditional. I know that my MIL is making enchiladas; his aunt is making carnitas, arroz con pollo, and refried beans. I'm sure there will be other things, but that's what I know for sure. Oh, I'm also sure his aunt will make Mexican hot chocolate, because she knows I love it! I'm wanting to make maybe a main dish or appetizer and a dessert. We have to drive three hours the morning of to have lunch, so everything will need to be made the night before and either kept at room temperature or re-heated, so obviously certain things won't work. I would love to make churros, but I know that probably won't work. And I will need recipes or pointers to cookbooks, because I'm next to clueless about traditional Mexican cuisine! I want to impress! Thanks hounds!