Tag Archives: Cuisine

Tequilería El Agave (no traumas here)

My first experience with tequila was a long time ago (in the late eighties) when I was in Tijuana with some American friends. What I remember most vividly was the terror I felt when a bunch of waiters came to … Continue reading

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The Best Mexican Food Chefs In America

It’s hard to remember a time when Mexican food (or at least Tex-Mex food) wasn’t big, but today Mexican is as popular as ever. The reason? It’s unique, flavorful and complex. Many of us know the low-brow, Americanized Mexican foods, … Continue reading

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Mexican restaurants in Melbourne are becoming more popular with time.

While the country of Mexico may be far away on a different continent, Mexican cuisine has surely taken over the world, and more and more Mexican restaurantsare opening up each year in Australia. In Melbourne, there are already more than … Continue reading

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15 Must Try Street Foods in Latin America

By Richard Oldale Before travelling to South America, I read at least half dozen reports advising against eating street food. This little snippet of information escaped my memory in just my second week of travelling. I found myself in the … Continue reading

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The Best Mexican Food of My Life

By Tracie McMillan Associated Press A few years ago, working an undercover stint for “The American Way of Eating,” I had the best soup of my life. I had just taken a room—a cubby, really— with farmworkers in California’s Salinas … Continue reading

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A Mexican Revolution

Modern Chefs Are Taking Traditional Street Food Inside and Adding a Gourmet Flourish By JEMIMA SISSONS Fiamma Piacentini (Pujol restaurant)At Pujol restaurant, an earthenware pot with mini-corns in coffee mayonnaise and ant powder smokes.

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Corn, chilies, spices, chocolate: the flavors of Mexico make surprising combinations

  Ricardo Espinosa REO/CPTM © Copyright Food in Mexico is so varied and so immersed in cultural traditions that it has been declared an Intangible World Heritage by the UNESCO. It is not solely a question of the complex blends … Continue reading

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Daniel Ovadía: NY on sight

How many times you can have the opportunity to rediscover and explore New York from the hand of one of the most renowned chefs in Mexico? I experienced this recently with Daniel Ovadia traveling to this great city and, as it … Continue reading

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High Food in Low Places: The Gourmet Cooking School in the Middle of the Slum

Today we bring you a very interesting article published in the August 22th edition of Time Magazine, about a cooking school created by star chef Gastón Acurio in the town of Pachacutec, a poor settlement in Peru. Gastón Acurio has … Continue reading

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The Tides, Riviera Maya. A gastronomical paradise in the jungle

It is increasingly difficult to find places that really offer a concept where you see a deep and thorough work to develop a product that distinguishes the world of entertainment, whether they are hotels or restaurants. But fortunately there are … Continue reading

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