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Mole Para Morirse: Concurso 2014

Wednesday, November 19 from 6:30 to 10:00pm
$7 admission • 2nd Floor Gallery

La historia del mole se remota a la época pre-Colombina y hay varias versiones sobre el origen del mole como lo conocemos actualmente. Se narra que los aztecas preparaban para los grandes señores un platillo complejo llamado “mulli,” que signifca potaje o mezcla. Otra de las historias ubica al mole poblano en el convento de Santa Rosa en la ciudad de Puebla (Mexico) cuando una monja molió diferentes chiles y otros condimentos juntos en un metate. Otra version cuenta que el mole se complementa con especies traidos por los Españoles, quienes transformaron la fusion del mole. Como vez, el mole tiene una historia de ser el plato mas apreciado por la nobleza, representa una de las muchas riquezas que los indíguenas han aportado al mundo, y simboliza la interconección entre dos culturas.

Los Interesados en participar descarguen la ficha de inscripción aquí!

Mole To Die For: Contest

The history of the mole goes back to the pre-Columbian era and there are several versions of its origen as we know it today. It is said that the Aztecs prepared for the great lords a complex dish called “mulli,” meaning porridge or mixture. Another story places the mole poblano in the Convent of Santa Rosa in Puebla (Mexico) when a nun grounded together various chilies and other seasonings in a metate. Another version says that Spaniards brought different condiments to the natives, who then used them to transform the fusion of the mole. As you can see, there are many histories of the mole, but it is clear that the Mole is a special dish for the nobility, it represents one of the greatest gifts that indigenous people have contributed to the world, and symbolizes the interconnection between two cultures.

If you are interested in participating download the entry form here!

  • November 2
  • 12:00 am - 12:00 am
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