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Amaranta Restaurant, a family dream

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico 3 years ago, through social networks I had heard about a young chef named Pablo Salas. I found him very interesting, especially the great labor he does in rescuing many of the traditional recipes from Estado … Continue reading

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Find Out if Carbs Make Us Fat

Low carb eating is big news today. Everywhere we turn, we see low carb food advertised. But is it really the carbs that we need to watch out for? Naturally occurring carb foods such as rice, wheat, oats, fruit and … Continue reading

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Chef spotlight: Iliana de la Vega

Published at nbclatino.com by Betty Cortina 5:00 am on 08/10/2012 Vitals: Born in Mexico City, an only daughter with two brothers; mother was a chemist from Oaxaca, father an entrepreneur from Guanajuato; married for 27 years to Ernesto Torrealba, an … Continue reading

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A Vision of Mexican Fare

Published at WSJ.com Byron Smith for The Wall Street JournalFonda’s duck zarape Fonda, an authentic Mexican restaurant in Manhattan’s Alphabet City, unveiled an updated brunch menu this year. “Mexican breakfast is one of my favorite things in the world,” says … Continue reading

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Origins and Frontiers: The Archaeology of Modern Cuisine at the 7th Annual StarChefs.com International Chefs Congress

New York, NY Chefs and restaurant pros across the country and beyond are getting ready for the most thrilling industry food event of the year: the 7th Annual Starchefs.com International Chefs Congress, September 30 to October 2 at the Park … Continue reading

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Cancer and Eating Right

by Jillian Mckee Cancer is a scary word.  It is an even scarier thing to be diagnosed with cancer.  The treatments, the long days and the unpleasant side effects are never fun, but, unfortunately, are necessary in many cases.  Due … Continue reading

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Half-Off Tacos for Officers: Prohibited, but Part of Job

By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN One of the surest places to find a police officer in downtown Brooklyn, other than the 84th Precinct station house, is the Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant on Montague Street. Enlarge This Image Chang W. Lee/The New York … Continue reading

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Street Food Revolution

This chart posted on  http://www.thefoodpeople.co.uk shows interesting information about street food consumption around the world where our Taco is the most popular. Here are the results

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Hotel Amenities: Gifts Given When You Arrive and When You Leave

Hotels around the world have invented many creative ways to welcome guests and bid them adieu: To welcome returning guests (and and certain others), Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, offers freshly prepared guacamole and salsas, accompanied by a margarita … 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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