After the controversy that was unleashed during the inauguration of the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), the federal government announced the Tlayuda Festival at Los Pinos Cultural Centerwhich takes place from this Saturday 26 and you can still know the Sunday March 27where you can not only taste the tlayudas, but also other popular Mexican snacks.
In accordance with alexandra fraustSecretary of Culture, the festival that is taking place in the House of Corn and Food Culture in what was the former house of the Executive in turn, will have the presence of “tlayudas, doraditas, tlaxcales and the best of the kitchen”, including the huaraches toluqueños offered by Guadeloupe Pineapple who was criticized for selling them at the AIFA.
“Mrs. Lupita is already in the El Solar Marketat the Cultural Center The pines offering their rich toasted / browned this Saturday and Sunday”, Frausto wrote on his official Twitter account, where he shared various messages in support of the festival organized in just a few days, and which, according to the official networks of Los Pinos, has been a successful day in the El Solar Market.
Tlayuda Festival in Los Pinos
The tlayudas They are a original dish of the Central Valleys of oaxacaand although many residents of the capital know the product offered at the AIFA by this name, it is a tolucan huarachewhich basically consists of cracked corn tostadas with beans, quesillo, red sauce, nopales and cilantro.
The controversy unleashed during the inauguration of the AIFA last Monday, March 21, occurred after some commented that a street snack stall mexicans was not up to par from an international airport, to which President Andrés Manuel López Obrador indicated in his morning conference on Wednesday that he would ask to allocate a place of sale for this Mexican food in the AIFA.
“Even if they don’t like garnachas and picadas and tlayudas, they’d like to, it’s the most nutritious thing there can be. They are carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins, and nutritionists know this, it’s the combination, corn is carbohydrate, beans It’s protein, they put sauce on it, cheese,” AMLO detailed.
For this reason, he admitted that he would ask the Army to allocate at least one or two stores to sell this type of Mexican snacks. However the Friday the Tlayuda Festival was announcedwhere would also be the lady Guadeloupe Pineapplewho focused some of the comments on this traditional dish.
Where? El Solar Market, House of Corn and Food Culture of the Los Pinos Cultural Complex, on Av. Parque Lira without number, Bosque de Chapultepec I Section, Miguel Hidalgo City Hall, CDMX.
Schedule: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Cost: Free entry