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Celebrating Mexico Constitution Day

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Feb 13, 2019, 11:55:39 AM

On February 4th we had a great opportunity to get off campus with a group of twenty students from Mexico to celebrate Mexico’s Constitution Day. In Mexico, Constitution Day is a national holiday when people get together with family to enjoy a meal and conversation. Mexico Lindo in Halifax prepared a delicious assortment of authentic Mexican dishes. We enjoyed hominy soup, brazed pork, sautéed chicken and vegetables, guacamole, rice, beans and soft corn tortillas with cheese. Students said the food tasted just like home! 
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