“The divine gluttony”: a docuseries that explores Mexico through its gastronomy. (Netflix)
A few weeks ago it premiered on Netflix The divine gluttony, a program for those viewers who love food and streaming. The production focuses on Mexico, and there it takes a tour of those delicious dishes typical of this country, but which are not healthy at all. Actually, they are all quite eccentric.
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The first season has six chapters in which the owners and workers of different places tell how they make some of their most striking dishes. And just in the trailer, viewers can already begin to understand what they will find: “They will say that we are crazy in Mexico because of what we eat”, is heard in the first seconds of the advance, and later preparations of another begin to appear. world as a hamburger with 15 floors of meat, a 50-centimeter hot dog, tacos inside a cake and desserts that no one would imagine.
In “The Divine Gluttony” viewers will find eccentric but delicious dishes. (Netflix)
For example, the first episode focuses on the famous micheladas, which although we can all order in different parts of the world, are original to Mexico. “Can you imagine having a beer with sweets, seafood and even dried meat? In Mexico, the question is unnecessary, and the result is an addictive drink called michelada”, assures the synopsis of said chapter.
But that is not all. And it is that food fans will find even the juiciest dishes that can be prepared with a well-known product in our continent: potatoes. “To prepare chips there is only one rule: the more things you put on them, the better. For example, the dripped glasses and the dorilocs perfectly meet this requirement”, says the synopsis of the second chapter of this gastronomic tour.
In the production there is also an episode dedicated to a very Mexican dish: cakes. (Netflix)
Who is the narrator of The divine gluttony?
In social networks there are several people who have wondered who is the voice behind this production. This is Memo Villegas, an actor and comedian who has participated in different projects for streaming platforms.
In the list is Narcos: Mexico, since during the first season he gave life to Sami, the particular driver of Don Neto. In addition, according to his social networks, very soon he will be part of a new production. Is about flour series, which will air on Amazon Prime Video and Comedy Central.
Memo Villegas, the narrator of “The Divine Gluttony”. (Photo by soymemovillegas)
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