PULSE NEWS MEXICO
The town of San José Iturbe, located in the northern part of Mexico’s central state of Guanajuato, is slated to host the fourth edition of a mestizo food festival on Saturday, Aug. 20, and Sunday, Aug. 21.
The festival will include a combination of pre-Columbian and Spanish colonial dishes, with indigenous chefs from Mexico’s Chichimeca and Otomí communities participating.
Organized by the Guanajuato Secretariat of Tourism, the festival is intended to help preserve and disseminate part of the intangible cultural heritage of the region.
There will also be displays of traditional indigenous dress and music.
The festival is open to the general public and entry is 15 pesos per person.