Tag Archives: Huitlacoche

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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Talking about Mexican Gastronomy

by Carlos Dragonne and Elsie Mendez Talking about Mexican gastronomy is going back in time to learn about one of the most important cultural elements not only in Latin American history, but worldwide. With the recent recognition given by UNESCO … Continue reading

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San Miguelito. The corner of Mexico and Mexico in every corner.

By: Carlos Dragonné Meeting Cynthia Martínez, owner and manager of this place, is being welcomed with hugs and smiles as if she was greeting lifelong friends that finally, after a long time away, were coming back home. From this moment … Continue reading

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