Chef Maganda, the head chef at Restaurante Casa 46 and foundational member of the Sinaloense Gastronomic Collective, is turning heads in the region with lavish pairings of locally sourced seafood, hearty vegetables, edible flowers, and herbs. It’s no exaggeration to say the Mazatlán kitchen has a significant role to play in perpetuating contemporary culinary arts.
Mazatlán is a resort town inhabiting Mexico’s Pacific shoreline that buoyantly leapt to life following the demise of colonial rule. An historic relationship with the traditional recipes of the country’s Spanish and Asian families, fostered by generations of culinary ingenuity, has at last brought about the “New Mazatlán cuisine” of today.
Quickly becoming a staple in Mazatlán cooking festivities, the return of Culinary Roots to Mazatlán this October is eagerly anticipated. Its chief organizer, Chef Marino Maganda, is expecting upwards of 2,000 participating guests, attracted by a roster of twelve internationally renowned chefs and their demonstrations of innovative cooking techniques.
Enjoy Chef Maganda’s creations at the upcoming festival, October 27th-30th, or all year-round at Casa 46 in downtown Mazatlán. Although this gourmet Pueblo Bonito restaurant is located in town, it is included in our all-inclusive program, with a surcharge of $20 per person.
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