Google Doodle Celebrates Ignacio Anaya García 124th Birthday – On Thursday, Google honors its logo to the legend, Mexican culinary innovator Ignacio Anaya García.
Google Doodle Celebrates Ignacio Anaya García 124th Birthday:
On Thursday August 15, 2019, his 124th birthday, Mexican culinary innovator Ignacio Anaya García was honored with a Google Doodle created by Alfonso de Anda
Ignacio Anaya García is best familiar as the nickname “Nacho,” a common abbreviation. Google created an animated gif featuring Nacho assembling tortilla chips on a plate. This doodle sparks on mind whenever people hear the word “nachos” in today’s world.
What Google Described About Ignacio Anaya García, ‘Nacho’:
According to Google, García was working as Maître d’ at Club Victoria, a popular restaurant in the border town of Piedras Negras, Coahuila.
Google Doodle also reminds the incident when a group of wives of soldiers stationed at a nearby air base dropped in to eat. the restaurant did not have many available ingredients yet to prepare their menu. García took matters into his own hands, improvising the tasty treat much to his customers’ delight. The dish he named Nachos especiales.
Ignacio Anaya García, ‘Nacho’ was originally from Acuña, Coahuila, Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya stayed for 18 years in the same state at Piedras Negras, where his most famous dish, nachos, would come from. He married María Antonieta Salinas, with whom he had nine children. In 1960,
Mexican culinary innovator Ignacio Anaya García founded his own restaurant called “El Nacho”.
García cancelled to patent his creation—“It’s just a snack to keep my customers happy and well-fed,” he reportedly said, “It’s like any other border dish”—his name has gone down in history. Each October, Piedras Negras hosts the International Nacho Festival, and the town has erected a plaque in his honor.
World a day like today Ignacio Anaya García was born a Mexican who created the best food dish that every nationality loves..
If food unites us,then that love,respect,equality and peace unite us more!@DebbieRochon @MiraSorvino@_cbackus @AOC @RoArquette @SarahKSilverman pic.twitter.com/MnfkIE1g93
— Memo Vera Uscanga (@MMexville) August 15, 2019
A salute to Mexican culinary innovator Ignacio Anaya García. His proper name may be less familiar than his nickname: Nacho.
— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) August 15, 2019