Tag Archives: Mexican Gastronomy

Fish, hibiscus and karaoke

I am astounded by the variety of Mexican beverages, their connections with certain holidays and the type of people who drink them. The beverages I associate with my childhood in Panamá are chicheme (a corn drink), saril (similar to a … 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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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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Warm memories of Mom’s puchero

The hearty peasant stew, chock-full of vegetables and meat in a savory broth, is warm comfort. For frazzled cooks, it’s also easy to make. By Lorenza Muñoz, Special to the Los Angeles Times Like many frequent cooks, I think of … Continue reading

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Mexican Idyll: Our Favorite Restaurant in Tulum by bon appetit

You’ll find the beach restaurant of your dreams on an overgrown road in Tulum. It may lack walls, stoves, and a reservationist, but the fish is impeccably fresh and the open-fire cooking smart and soulful Text by Oliver Strand Photographs … Continue reading

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Mesa Coyoacan Owners Set to Open Mexican Food Trailer on Metropolitan Ave.

The food truck is a restored 1946 trailer found by the 3rd Ward arts collective in a lot in Ithaca, New York. (DNAinfo/Meredith Hoffman) By Meredith Hoffman, DNAinfo Reporter/Producer WILLIAMSBURG — The operators of a popular Graham Avenue restaurant plan … Continue reading

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10 Maya foods that changed the world’s eating habits

Join us as we thank the Maya for some of the most incredible foods that have moulded our cultures throughout the times. Here’s a list of 10 Maya foods that changed the world’s eating habits: The ancient Maya civilization — which ranged from the Yucatán Peninsula … Continue reading

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Carnitas Recipe by David Lebovitz

I want to thank David for this beautiful and funny story about his experiences in Paris, specially for dinners with his friends and how he decided to gave them Carnitas as part of the menu. Carnitas Recipe 73 comments – 09.13.2007 … Continue reading

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