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How did I meet the coyotas?
To begin this note I must introduce myself, my name is Enrique García and I work as part of the Coyoteria and Ukuleleria team in the city of Guadalajara for a long time but what I have found I did not expect when accepting this work.
Before working here I already played the ukulele but I didn't know the coyotas, so it was a learning process for me. Knowing what they are, how they are prepared, why we sell them in the store and other things that I didn't know I had to know about Coyotas.
Part of my job is to create content but the one that I consider most "real" and that keeps me in touch with people is serving the store, preparing coffee and coyotas. But the part that I found most interesting is that each person has something to say about coyotas. Some on where it was that they met them, how long they did not eat one and in some cases a memory of their childhood that the taste of piloncillo shoots them and they come photographs of their childhood or their family.
For me it is amazing to meet so many people and listen to so many stories and realize that this "dessert" is surrounded by a culture, a temporality and a fanaticism.
On the other hand it amazes me to know that many people from younger generations like mine and later, do not know and have never heard about Coyotas, some, the youngest, do not even know the piloncillo.
I like to think that part of the job is to keep a part of Mexican traditions alive and relive the popularity of this delicious dessert.
Who knows? Maybe in a few years the demand for coyotas will be so great that families who used to prepare them return to the market and make this dish famous internationally. You never know
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