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Hyatt Regency Trinidad will be partnering with The Embassy of Mexico, United Airlines, Copa Airlines and Corona Beer to host its first Mexican Food Festival this month. During the festival, guests will be treated to entertainment by a six-piece Mariachi band direct from Guadalajara and delectable cuisine from an authentic Mexican-inspired menu in collaboration with a chef from Hyatt Regency Houston, Texas.
Hyatt Regency Trinidad is the host of many cultural and culinary events throughout the year, the largest being Hyatt LIME, which is annually held the Wednesday before Carnival and part of the proceeds support local charities.
Other festivals held previously are as follows: Argentinian Food Festival, Cuban Food Festival, Colombian Food Festival and themed nights such as Brazilian, Indian, and Asian.
Mexican Festival Menu
Iceberg lettuce, jicama, watermelon, corn, avocado, tomatoes, cucumbers, fried tortilla, and cheese with bloody mary chipotle dressing
Traditional Mexican Pozole
Served with lettuce, onions, cilantro, radishes, sour cream and tostadas
Stuffed Poblano Peppers with Picadillo
Enchiladas Mineras with Cheese
Fish a la Veracruz
Chicken Rio Marcos
Carnitas Barbacoa served with pico de gallo, tomato salsa, onions, cilantro and corn tortillas
Refried Beans - Mexican Rice - Guacamole - Grilled Onions
Green Sauce - Red Sauce - Grilled Jalapenos - Vegetables
Churros - Flan Napolitano
Arroz con Leche - Tres Leches
Moruga Heritage Food Festival, the event explore the preparation of foods that are done traditionally. Cooked foods ( Moruga hill rice, Moruga Cocoa and Chocllate, Tum Tum, Coco, Buccaneer Meat, Salted meats, Bene, Callaloo, Farien, pepper Sause, Traditional healthy snacks and Sweets, tuloom, paw paw ball, tamarind ball. Etc. Drinks fermented beverage (fruit wine). Creole cocoa. Meats cooked in cocoa, Fish broth, and the list goes on.
There will also be items on sale on the day by local farmers and new entrepreneurs.
Moruga's agricultural Society, Moruga Farmers, Moruga Cocoa Cooperative will also part of the Event.
Food sustainability and economic diversity.
The Borders Festival is a fusion of music and culture, celebrating the Caribbean spirit of unity through music, food and art. Borders Festival is a wide range of international and local musical artists from all genres, combined with tasty foods and beautiful Caribbean art and fashion. Welcome to the 1st annual Borders Festival.