Washington DC also celebrated the Day of Pupusa

photo VD: Alexander Cruz.
By Carmen Rodriguez

For the third year in a row, Washington D.C. He joined the celebration of the Day of Salvadorans Pupusa. This year, the hashtag #elpodersanadordelapupusa seeks to bring the different cultures of the city with the Salvadoran tradition.

photo VD: Ricardo “That” Gutiérrez.

Since this day is celebrated in D.C, every year, Salvadoran restaurant El Tamarindo, produce miles de pupusas, for diners who have put pupusas on the list of their favorite international dishes.

This year, the Mayor of the city appointed every second Sunday in November the “Pupusa Day”, to honor the Salvadoran community and as a sign of appreciation for all the contribution they have made to the city.

National Pupusa Day was born in El Salvador, country cradle of this typical dish. This day, thousands of people gather in the town of Olocuilta, where the biggest celebrations are held and where the world's largest pupusa is prepared.

photo VD: Ricardo “That” Gutiérrez.
photo VD: Ricardo “That” Gutiérrez.
photo VD: Alexander Cruz.