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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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Morelia. Part III: Fullfilling a Dream in our Farewell

By: Carlos Dragonné and Elsie Mendez Dawn breaks with that sadness sensation always present in goodbyes. Today is our last day in Morelia and, from the terrace where we enjoy a coffee that helps us to fully awake and breath … Continue reading

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About heritage and origins

About heritage Every time we talk about how Flavors of Mexican Cuisine was born, there’s always someone who asks “and when did this idea come from?” We could say back in our first photographic exposition “Human Heritage sites in Mexico” … Continue reading

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