Mark your calendars for May 15th, 2020, set aside some time in that week and watch a video presentation of one Sonora’s least known soups: Pozole de Trigo.
Traditionally made on May 15th, known in the Catholic world as Día de San Isidro Labrador, after Isidro de Merlo y Quintana, a farmer born in Madrid in the 1070s. This kindhearted farmer is honored in parts of the northern Mexican state of Sonora with this community driven soup, pozole de trigo. Learn why wheat is so important to this region, and what makes this pozole unique in all of Mexico.
This presentation is in partnership with Border Community Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to the mission of bridging the border and fostering community through education, collaboration and cultural exchange. A Q&A session will follow on May 22nd at 2 PM PST.