Do you know what is Guatemalan fiambre?

Rudy Giron: Fiambre &emdash; Plato con fiambre

If not, read on. Fiambre is an extremely rare and unique dish which includes over 40 ingredients; basically it’s a salad made from cold cuts, all kinds of meats, fish, vegetables and pickled vegetables. It’s served on November 1 and 2 for Day of the Dead and All Saints Day. Fiambre is a cold meal of Spanish origin, possibly from the Extremadura provinces in Spain. Fiambre is a very special meal for Guatemalans, and it is only available on November 1 and 2 through out the entire country.

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