Guadalajara is a city that grows constantly and that offers us a vibrant lifestyle with a touch of capital dynamism while still being the perfect place to grow a family, study and generate productive business. In this context, we understand perfectly that the traditions remain this place, but that modernity is very well received in all aspects: technological, cultural, artistic, educational and business models thought of in the world as we now know it globally and always in constant change.
It was in Guadalajara (or “guanatos” as some call it) where Jorge Ildefonso was born, in the nucleus of a large family, where eight brothers shared life experiences in a childhood where the kitchen was a fundamental part to exchange ideas and share with the family , since each meal was a great production, to feed a large group where the mother looked for different ways to offer something different at the table, and with much creativity fill the eyes and stomach of eight different personalities.
In addition to his father also enjoyed cooking and participated in the development of different dishes, among which stood out his Michoacan roots, as he prepared traditional stews and prepared that are part of the culture of Michoacan and its vast cuisine. “All my memories of childhood are of joy, and of many aromas and flavors.”