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Los Angeles: 5th Annual La Feria de los Moles

Showcasing a diversity of flavors of mole, a dish that originated by the colliding of Indigenous & Spanish cultures, Oct. 7

By Crystal A. Johnson
Published on LatinoLA: August 21, 2012


Los Angeles: 5th Annual La Feria de los Moles


The rich flavor, folklore and color of the 5th Annual 'La Feria de Los Moles' (The Mole Fair) in Los Angeles. An all day event that congregates an attendance record of 30,000 providing the opportunity to taste over 13 different Mexican Moles ranging from sweet savory to hot spicy.

On October 7th, La Placita Olvera will once again witness the celebration feast filled with flavor featuring an array of food stands showcasing a diversity of flavors of Mole a dish that originated by the colliding of the Indigenous & Spanish cultures.

La Feria de Los Moles is an all day event starting at 10 a.m.-7:00 p.m. at Olvera Street, entrance is FREE & Food is available for purchase.


Visit: http://www.feriadelosmoles.com
Follow: Twitter@feriadelosmoles
Click here to listen to interview by PRI/The World (BBC)

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