Campos del Río hosted yesterday afternoon the first day of tasting dishes prepared with products of indigenous breeds of the Region of Murcia under a resounding success of participation and organization.
The kitchens and lounges of the "El Paseo" Restaurant in Campero municipality were the framework chosen for the celebration of these important gastronomic day organized by the IMIDA and the City of Campos del Rio attended by important chefs and gourmet experts of the Region of Murcia Elaborated succulent recipes cooked always with raw material coming from native breeds that are in our region.
Among the more than 100 guests were the Mayor of Campos del Rio, María José Pérez Cerón, the Minister of Economic Development, Tourism and Employment, Juan Hernández, the Director General of Agri-Food Innovation, Juana Mulero, regional deputies, members of The municipal corporation, mayors of the regions of the River Mula and Noroeste, livestock associations of the area and cooks of the Region of Murcia.
The day was completed with the Round Table, "The challenges of the Jubilee Path.
Needs Gatronomics ", which was coordinated by the mayor of the town and later to listen to the presentation of the counselor Juan Hernández, after which the Director General of Agri-Food Innovation, Juana Mulero, the researcher of IMIDA, Angel Poto, the gourmet of the newspaper La Opinión, Francisco Hernández and the turn of final intervention of Pachi Larrosa, gourmet of the daily La Verdad ..
The mayor of Campos del Rio, María José Pérez Cerón stressed that "this is a very important day for our town and what we are trying to do, it is within the tourism plan we are carrying out, including local gastronomy taking advantage of the route Of the Jubilee Way, fomenting and promoting together with IMIDA the innovation in the dishes elaborated with products of indigenous races like the one of the Murcia goat very important in the development of the province ".
The Minister of Economic Development, Tourism and Employment, Juan Hernandez noted that "the Region of Murcia is increasingly projected and is being recognized for its gastronomy and what we do is look for elements of identity so that those who visit us know our own Identity as tourists are always looking for authenticity, developing indigenous products, enriching the offer and competitiveness of the Region and in this case Campos del Rio is starting a very interesting project taking advantage of a tourist stream linked to the Jubilee Year of Caravaca but In addition it has to be projected in the time being element of traction ".
Diners were able to taste and rate innovative dishes cooked with products of indigenous breeds from the Region of Murcia such as Empanada Campera and Caprichos de Campos, by IMIDA;
Cabrito Murciano, prepared by chef Josefa Salas Chico de Guzmán from El Paseo Restaurant;
Chato Murciano by the lorquino Jose Reverte Navarro;
Chato Murciano by Juan Martínez Antolinos from the restaurant Airemar de Baños y Mendigo;
Capón Murciano by the cook Juan Regis Espinosa of the Restaurant La Cerdanya in Dolores, Cartagena;
Cordero Lechal by Juan Carlos Ruiz Riquelme (Chef Manta) to conclude the tasting with an ice cream of Chato Murciano with melon sorbet.
This activity is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the ERDF project 14-20-11 entitled "The indigenous races of the Region of Murcia.
Studies of alternative food derivatives ".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Campos del Río