Revue Magazine November 2019
The next best thing to eating great food in Guatemala is enjoying great photographs of food in Guatemala. It’s no coincidence that this month the Photo Contest theme is Food in Guatemala.
On the subject of food, we have a couple of edible articles on the menu as well. Chef Amalia discusses Festive Guatemala Cuisine with options for end-of-the-year holiday meals complete with a recipe for Empanadas de Polly y Queso. Hadazul Cruz includes even more of Amalia’s recipes in her pictorial article Traditional Guatemalan Foods.
On the historical front, we’re pleased to rerun a piece by Joy Houston who sheds some light on Lesser Know Ruins, specifically the Church of Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios.
Contributing writer Mark D. Walker takes on the serious topic of Justice & Responsibility: The Plight of the Immigrants from Central America and discusses “The Pull Factor” and “The Push Factor.”
Other clickable pages this month include a couple of job opportunities, a viewing of the documentary “The River & The Wall,” real estate listings, the DateBook cultural calendar, and lots of fine commercial establishments for you to check out.
We hope you enjoy the magazine as well as the month of November.