martes, 22 de mayo de 2018

Flavors of the Mexican Cuisine


Mexican cuisine is rich and varied. Its flavors, aromas, and colors are part of the Mexican culture and it has an important role in the identity of Mexicans. Behind each dish is an extraordinary cultural background. These culinary traditions show the everyday life of the people, their rituals and beliefs.

Michoacan Cuisine: Uchepo de Zanahoria and Tacos de Charales in Comali the Festival of Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Michoacan Cuisine: Uchepo de Zanahoria and Tacos de Charales in Comali the Festival of Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

Discover the diversity and delights of the Mexican Cuisine.  Delve into a world of new experiences in which, through its dishes, your taste buds are awakened to a new world of sensations.

Toasting Cocoa

Cocoa Ground in he Metate to Make Chocolate
Cocoa Ground in he Metate to Make Chocolate

Mexican Cuisine was declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2010. Michoacán is registered on the list as "Traditional Mexican, Cultural Community, Ancestral and Alive – the Michoacán Paradigm.”

Barbacue from Queretaro at Comali: Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Barbacue from Queretaro at Comali: Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Barbacue from Queretaro at Comali: Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

The first annual Festival of the Mexican Cuisine was held from April 28 to May 2 in Mexico City, with Michoacán as a principal guest.  It was an event where the cuisine of Mexico is specifically showcased. This festival presented the varied regional flavors, with more than 300 dishes from all over the country.

Tlayudas from Oaxaca at Comali: Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City


Traditional Food from Oaxaca in Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Traditional Food from Oaxaca in Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City


Discovering Mexico through the palate is a singular experience, and at this festival we fully appreciated the diversity of Mexican food, the creativity Mexico today, with innovative flavors, as well as the tradition of delicious dishes using ancestral recipes.

Traditional Food from Coahulia at Comali the Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Traditional Food from Coahulia at Comali the Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

Traditional Food from Coahulia at Comali the Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

This was a great culinary experience, which started off with the sale of fresh products used in different dishes.  Plus, demonstrations of the process of making chocolate (complements of the Chocolate Museum), and “coffee cuisine” of Coatepec, incorporating gourmet products.

 Fresh artichokes from Mexico, for sale in Comali, Festival of Mexican Cuisine
Fresh artichokes from Mexico, for sale in Comali, Festival of Mexican Cuisine

Mexican Coffee from Coatepec, Veracruz
Mexican Coffee from Coatepec, Veracruz
"Gastronomia al Café" innovating and showing its products at Comali, Festival of Mexican Cuisine


Making Tortillas at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

Venues for tasting table wines, tequila, mezcal, pulque and microbrews were also available.

Making Tacos at Comali, Festival of Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

Clams from Loreto in Baja California Sur at Comali, Festival of Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City


The most representative of Mexican Cuisine was present, including some top restaurants. Representing Michoacan were the Traditional Cooks of Blanca Villagomez (Tzintzuntzan) and Victoria Gonzalez (Apatzingán), and Mirasoles Restaurant (Morelia).

Blanca Villagomez a Traditional Michoacan Cook in Comali of Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Blanca Villagomez a Traditional Michoacan Cook in Comali of Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Victoria González, Master Cook from Michocán in Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Victoria González, Master Cook from Michocán in Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Los Mirasoles Restaurant from Morelia at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Los Mirasoles Restaurant from Morelia at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
The flavors from Michocán present with CANIRAC at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
The flavors from Michocán present with CANIRAC at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

Michoacán at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Michoacán at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Michoacán at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
Michoacán at Comali, Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City

Come to Michoacán and enjoy its villages and their great culinary traditions. Live a multi-sensory experience, with unforgettable flavors, aromas, and colors.

Experience the magic of Michoacán, in the Pueblo Mágico of Pátzcuaro. Hotel Mansión Iturbe, warmly invites you to experience the traditional cooks in the Lake Region.

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