As of this Wednesday, and after it was approved by the Guadalajara City Council, Guadalajara will have a special day to celebrate and commemorate the drowned cake, a typical dish of the city known internationally.
It will be on September 10 of each year when the Pearl Tapatia celebrate having drowned cakefood prepared with a salty birote as a base, with beans and carnitas inside, topped with tomato sauce and hot sauceaccompanied by defleshed onion and lemon.
The proposal, which was unanimously approved today in the Ordinary Session of the Cabildowas presented by the mayor of Guadalajara, Pablo Lemus Navarroon March 28, sustaining that the drowned cake is one of the fundamental dishes of the gastronomy of Guadalajara.
“The drowned cake is synonymous with Guadalajaraevery person who visits the city when asking what typical dish to try will always get this food as one of the main answers, and even the way of preparing it calls their attention, the one that is a shot drowned in sauce, and even, in spicy depending on the preference of the dinersince in other cities of Mexico and the world is not common”, mentions the proposal.
Now, after its approval, all that remains is to wait to see how it will be celebrated by the city council and the people of Guadalajara themselves, who most enjoy such traditional food.