Yvette and Lola, Foodies honor their Mexican inheritance with the Day of the Dead
With the celebration of the Day of the Dead just around the corner, social networks and especially Instagram have been flooded with catrinas and an incredible variety of dead bread. The accounts of our favorite influencers and foodies are filled with the most appetizing delicacies and the most beautiful altars.
The Day of the Dead is one of the most important traditional celebrations of Mexican culture. A feast that in 2008 UNESCO declared as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Its most important meaning and elements are transmitted orally from one generation to another so that the youngest honor the memory of their ancestors, even if they are not physically in Mexico.
This is the case of our Yvette Márquez and Lola Dweck. Influencers that have discovered in their blogs and social networks the perfect formula to spread and preserve their cultural roots through new generations through the inherited recipes of their mothers and grandmothers.
Love for Mexico
Dolores Wiarco Dweck, better known as Lola, inherited love for cooking and everything related to Mexican culture thanks to those hours of his childhood that he lived in his mother’s kitchen and grandmother. In the company of his aunts he was dedicated to elaborating the most exquisite Mexican dishes for the enjoyment of the whole family.
This passion for everything that has to do with Mexican cuisine led her to dedicate her career to the dissemination of this culture of great antiquity. Today it is evident in his blog and on his Instagram account that Lola is a mega fan of Mexican food. Dedicating themselves with effort to recreate traditional recipes as the famous bread of dead as important in the celebration of the Day of the Dead.
A look at her Instagram account and you fall in love with the wonders that this professional woman and mother achieves from her kitchen. In @Lolascocina adds about 11 thousand followers, with a engagement of 3.73% and an accumulated of 640 comments in its last 18 publications. The Lolascocina blog.com is also spectacular, very clean in design, easy to navigate and with an incredible variety of content related to Mexican culture
This is a great aesthetic account, each photo is very careful and the texts make you feel in perfect confidence. His publications approach us to Mexican culture, either with his recipes, with local products, beautiful landscapes and the occasional photo of his family dressed in catrinas.
Full belly happy heart
Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack is a proud Texan of his Mexican heritage. This Latin began its way to fame with a simple request from its eight -year -old daughter: a book of the best recipes of grandmother and great -grandmother. What began with the idea of writing a book of traditional Mexican recipes with his mother, became a very successful blog.com and a career as a TV presenter and social networks influencer.
In his Instagram account @muybuenocooking you will discover a family Mexico, close, full of color and traditions. Such as the sweet bread of ginger known as Marranitos that his grandmother always prepared for the day of the dead. You will also find Yvette disguised as Catrina.
Its success has been translated into 29.2K followers on Instagram and 9.04K on its "very good" YouTube channel, which has 1,276,062 views. This Mexican cook has a 2.40% engagement and an accumulated 475 comments in its last 18 publications. Both @Lolascocina and @muybuenocooking constitute excellent culinary proposals for those who want to learn to cook true Mexican food while exploring that culture from love and respect for ancestors.