- by travelpulse
- 04 Dec 2022
The Mexican state of Michoacan, which obtained a 2010 UNESCO designation as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity for its cuisine, was selected as the venue for the VII Gastronomy Forum, to be held in October 2023.
Undoubtedly Michoacan gastronomy is one of the greatest assets of the state. Its relevance concerns the local, regional, and national levels and is also highly recognized internationally.
Thus, the VII Gastronomy Forum would place the Mexican culinary culture again in the global context, allowing an exchange of knowledge and experiences from protagonists and world influencers.
The event will gather food producers, traditional female cooks, professionals of culinary culture and the Mexican food system, as well as academics, teachers, students, and lovers of good cuisine, who will share their knowledge through conferences, dialogues, round tables and panels with the participation of national and international scholars.
The program of the presentations will be shared later on the different platforms of the Conservatory of Mexican Gastronomic Culture and Mexico's Ministry of Tourism.
It is worth recalling that Michoacan has received five UNESCO awards.
UNESCO recognized its cuisine as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010 as "Traditional Mexican Cuisine, community, ancestral and living culture - The MichoacÃÂ¡n Paradigm."
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