Revue Magazine November 2021
The Day of the Dead and All Saints Day get the month of November started and mark the beginning of the year-end season of holidays, festivals and traditions. All of these events have one thing in common, food. Guatemala has several wonderful and intricate traditional meals, beverages and refacciones to accompany these festivals and holidays.
We delve into several of these seasonal foods, from PepiÃ¡n to Ponche, with the help of Hadazul Cruz in her article Traditional Guatemalan Foods: What they are and when to eat them (recipes included). As Hadazul explains, â€œGuatemala has an extraordinary culinary tradition as it brings together a mixture of Spanish and Maya cultures. Dishes are elaborate with complex recipes and ingredientsâ€”some are prepared days in advance.
More food will be delivered in the form of Chef Amaliaâ€™s presentation Splendid Table Celebrations with a recipe for a Fruta Festiva Cocktail.
The Centro Regional de Patrimonio shares with us The Rescue of the Intangible Heritage of Guatemala. CERPA is dedicated to the recovery of Guatemalaâ€™s cultural heritage through the use of ancient artistic techniques within its restoration workshops, including Egg Tempera Painting.
We truly hope you have an appetizing November.
Terry & John Kovick Biskovich, Publishers