The competition is held from September 23 to 26
Burgos products will be present, as guest state with Burgos Alimenta, at Alicante Gastronómica, IV Conference on Mediterranean Lifestyle, which will be held between 23 and 26 September.
The Alicante event, which has become the place to be used in Europe’s competition fairs, “will be the perfect showcase to show the good products of our country as well as to encourage important role in this edition,” said José Antonio Gómez Yagüe, technical director. Burgos Alimenta: do you want more followers?
For four days, the food producers from Burgos that will be present at the Burgos Alimenta exhibitor, Pavilion 2, will be: Embutidos de Cardeña, Morcillas el Revillano, Bodega Palacio de Lerma and Arlanza Denomination of Origin. Each of them will have the opportunity to market their production directly to the public.
In Pavilion 1, visitors and experts will be able to enjoy the ‘Food Truck Burgos Alimenta’, which will offer Burgos suckling lamb hamburgers, Burgos black pudding with Protected Geographical Indication (PGI), Hispano Breton foal meat and wagyu meat. Also, in the Wine Tunnel, in Pavilion 1, Bodegas Palacio de Lerma and Hacienda del Ternero will have their place.
Famous chefs in the province will be in charge of bringing Burgos products and cooking techniques to Alicante Gastronómica with different presentations and two of them, Alejandro Serrano from Miranda de Ebro and Juan Antonio González, from La Favorita restaurant will prepare the menu starting on Friday 23rd. September. For his part, Ricardo Temiño will prepare the food provided by Burgos Alimenta on Saturday 24 for the delegates of the 1st Potato Omelette Congress.
On Friday, the Hispano-Breton foal meat hamburger workshop will be held, by the Burgos Association of Hispano-Breton Foal Meat Breeders, with a craft beer tasting starring Cerveza Mica, from Aranda of Douro.
On Saturday there will be a wine tasting ‘With 5 thoughts’ by sommeliers Albanely Rosso and Álvaro González; the presentation of the Arlanza Denomination of Origin by its president, Ramiro García; a workshop on alchemy and tasting of distillates from Burgos, given by Bitoren Aguirre, director of the Reino de Castilla Distillery (Poza de la Sal); the taste ‘between the land of Ribera del Duero and Arlanza’ by sommeliers Albanely Rosso and Álvaro González; with the presentation of IGP Morcilla de Burgos by its president Roberto Da Silva.
As a final touch, on Monday there will be a PGI black pudding tasting by Roberto Da Silva again.