A personal tradition at the Mexican Independence Day Festival

A personal tradition at the Mexican Independence Day Festival

A personal tradition at the Mexican Independence Day Festival

At least 15,000 attendees make it to the 20-year-old festival every year, said Alicia Kerber-Palma, the head consul of the Mexican consulate in Philadelphia, who added that it’s one of the largest Latino events in the city. More than 30 vendors distributed litter bottles of horchata (a rice, water and milk drink), chips with hot sauce, tacos, quesadillas, churros, and elote (corn on the cob).

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Published at Mon, 17 Sep 2018 22:28:48 +0000

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