KanKun Mexican Sauces is delighted to celebrate THE MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY at Go Mexican Party powered by  Mestizo Restaurant and The Mexican Embassy in the UK.

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Date: 17th of September

Place:  Bloomsbury Ballroom. Victoria House / Bloomsbury Square / London WC1B 4DA.

Time: from 6:00 p.m

Join us to shout the Mexican Grito, whilst enjoying delicious margaritas, tequila, fresh tacos, and the fabulous entertainment:  by the KanKun Luchadores, the  mariachi band and a DJ live music. The venue will also host a traditional  Mexican Market where KanKun Mexican Sauces will be on sale.

Mestizo Restaurant is one of my favourites food establishment in London.  The food is the closest you could get to authentic Mexican food. The owners Roberto and Marizol are entrepreneurs for whom I got great appreciation, they are truly Ambassadors of authentic Mexican cuisine in the UK.”
 -Rolando Cardenas founder of KanKun Mexican Sauces –

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About Mexican Independence day

In Mexico, September is known as month of the nation  and one of the most important celebrations of the year is the Mexican Independence Day.

For those wondering what is the magic behind this big and symbolic celebration, here is the story and its traditions:

El Grito (or the “cry for Independence”) is a tradition that commemorates the original grito given by father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in the town of Dolores, Guanajuato back in 1810 to gather all to join the rebellion against the Spanish colonizers. This was the beginning of our Independence and ever since, every 15th of September at midnight all Mexican all over the world gather together to shout the famous Grito: VIVA MEXICO!

In Mexico, every city, street, home and even cars, are decorated with flags, flowers and lights of red, white and green. People of all ages join parties and the euphoria is collective, the symbolism gives you chills, the fervour is contagious when the celebration begins.

As always, food plays a very important part on these festivities; the traditional foods most commonly served are: antojitos (finger food), mole poblano, chiles en nogada, guacamole, candies and punch.

 

Check this month Fiesta Recipes.

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