¡Viva México! Independence Day eats + treats, Tijuana, domingo, 08. septiembre 2019

During the weeks leading up to Mexico’s annual Independence Day fiestas patrias on September 16, kitchens across the country roll out one of its most incomparably unique dishes: chiles en nogada.
A roasted chile poblano stuffed with picadillo, covered in a creamy walnut sauce and topped with pomegranate — a mouthwatering combination whose colors symbolize the green, white and red of the Mexican flag — this seasonal plate was first prepared by nuns in the city of Puebla and served to Mexico’s new emperor after the conclusion of the Mexican War of Independence in 1821.
Join us in savoring this historic culinary icon at one of Tijuana’s top spots for chiles en nogada, followed by dessert and a few hours of fun at the annual Tijuana Fair, which pulls into Parque Morelos every year, also in honor of Independence Day.
Tickets include roundtrip border transportation, lunch, fair admission and dessert at the fair, too.
The group meets on the U.S. side of the Pedwest border crossing at the Virginia Avenue Transit Center at 11 a.m., with an estimated return to the border at 6 p.m.

domingo, 08. septiembre 2019, Tijuana, ¡Viva México! Independence Day eats + treats

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