Handicrafts and gastronomy of Sinaloa delight thousands of visitors in the CDMX
The cuisine of Sinaloa has had an enormous impact on the “Heart of Mexico Expo”, in the capital of the capital, where more than 200,000 visitors have been received and where typical products, crafts and, of course, the beauty of the Sinaloa woman.
Boys and adults have lined up to taste typical Sinaloa dishes, such as the Tacos Gobernador of shrimp, marlin, and octopus, among other products that have been prepared by Chef Sinaloa Miguel Taniyama, and that have become favorites for visitors.
The Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa Óscar Pérez Barros, stressed that with this type of programs, Sinaloa is projected and promoted a lot, as its gastronomy is known as one of the great tourist strengths, a factor that makes those who visit the entity return from new.
In addition, he pointed out that, like Sinaloa cuisine and crafts, what has drawn everyone’s attention is the inflatable that represents the “Monos Bichis”, Mazatleca allegory, which has been a sensation. It is the point for “selfies”, people line up to take the photo of the memory.
In this case, you participate at the invitation of the Ministry of Tourism and the office of the Representation of Sinaloa in Mexico City, by Javier Vega.
Chef Sinaloense Miguel Taniyama, prepared his products in the Monumental Kitchen of the Gastronomic Forum of the Heart of Mexico Expo, to the delight of the thousands of people who enjoyed it.
In this event in which all the states of the country take part, it was inaugurated the previous Saturday, the day that was presented to the Sinaloense Chef.
On Monday, the Folkloric Ballet of the Sinaloense Institute of Culture (ISIC), and Nadia Yuriar, with tribute to Lola Beltrán and José Ángel Espinoza, “Ferrusquilla”, appeared at the Cultural Forum of the expo.
Next Friday will be in the Gastronomic Forum Chef Natalia Hernández, also from Sinaloa, preparing and tasting the Sinaloenses Aguachiles.
The event will be until March 1; It is organized by the Mixed Tourism Promotion Fund with support from the city government, business chambers and state tourism secretariats.
Source: sel, el debate
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