Several members of the Rodriguez Osorio family stand next to a slow roasted pig that is being cooked over a charcoal fire for the New Year’s Eve dinner, at sunset in Campo Florido, east of Havana, Cuba, The dish known as “Cerdo en Pua” or pig on a stick, is a New Year’s Eve tradition and delicacy that Cuban families enjoy during the last night of the year.
Several members of the Rodriguez Osorio family stand next to a slow roasted pig that is being cooked over a charcoal fire for the New Year’s Eve dinner, at sunset in Campo Florido, east of Havana, Cuba, The dish known as “Cerdo en Pua” or pig on a stick, is a New Year’s Eve tradition and delicacy that Cuban families enjoy during the last night of the year. Ramon Espinosa AP
Several members of the Rodriguez Osorio family stand next to a slow roasted pig that is being cooked over a charcoal fire for the New Year’s Eve dinner, at sunset in Campo Florido, east of Havana, Cuba, The dish known as “Cerdo en Pua” or pig on a stick, is a New Year’s Eve tradition and delicacy that Cuban families enjoy during the last night of the year. Ramon Espinosa AP

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