Mexican gastronomy; Mexican women who make history

 Mexican gastronomy;  Mexican women who make history

Gastronomy is part of the roots of Mexican culture, as well as those behind these projects in the Mexican gastronomic sector. Here we have a small sample of the talent that exists in Mexico to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Alicia Gironella

The gastronomic grandmother who forged generations of chefs in the classrooms and in her Tajín restaurant. She is the founding woman of Slow Food in Mexico along with her husband Giorgio D’Angelli. In addition to being a cook, she has research on Mexican cuisine that has been a great contribution to the culinary heritage and culture of this country. She is a member of the French Culinary Academy, the Vatel Club Mexico and the Cordon Blue Association.