Colorful Guatemalan Fiambre

Colorful Guatemalan Fiambre by Rudy A. Girón

Guatemalan Fiambre is a rare and unique dish which includes close to 50 ingredients. Fiambre is primarily a salad, served chilled, made up from a large selection of cold cuts, all kinds of meats, fish, shrimp, fresh and pickled vegetables. Guatemalan fiambre is served on the 1st and 2nd of November for Día de Todos los Santos (Feast of All Souls) and Día de los Difuntos (Day of the Dead) respectively. In summary, fiambre is a very special meal for Guatemalans and it is mostly available on November 1 and 2.

Come back tomorrow to see what Cabecera dessert looks like in Guatemala for the days of Todos los Santos and Conmemoración de los Fieles Difuntos.

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