UNESCO and the Mexican Kitchen

Last summer, when it was finally official, every time I had a captive audience I would excitedly announce: Mexican Cuisine has become the first UNESCO cuisine in the world! Reactions to my enthusiasm were generally a polite cheer, but more a puzzled look. What exactly does that mean? We certainly have heard much about UNESCO designations in the last years, first for San Miguel de Allende and Atotonilco in 2008, then for the Camino Real al Dentro 2010. And now food? UNESCO - The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization was founded 65 years ago, shortly after World War II, with the goal to promote peace, social justice, human rights and international security through int

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