Tag Archives: Mexican Gastronomy

The Bajio. Part One

Culinary tours is and remains our principal activity as a promoter of Mexican cuisine: showing, sharing and disseminating the history behind each dish that is presumed to be authentic and traditional. After 5 years of doing it, we feel confident in … Continue reading

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The “New Cuisine” of Mexico’s Colonial Cities: Part II – San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato

Wonderful the 2nd part of the article written by Eleanore Foa about the culinary trip she made with us “Viceregal Mexico and its wines” was the route we traveled The “New Cuisine” of Mexico’s Colonial Cities: Part II – San … Continue reading

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The “New Cuisine” of Mexico: Part I – Mexico City and Queretero

A beautiful article written by Eleanore Foa about the culinary trip she made with us “Viceregal Mexico and its wines” was the route we traveled The “New Cuisine” of Mexico: Part I – Mexico City and Queretero Monday, October 31st, … Continue reading

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Tacos Clarita seeks to rekindle the flame of success

Clarita Trujillo’s family tells her to retire and enjoy her grandchildren. But despite setbacks, the former Spanish TV personality loves cooking authentic Mexico City food and talking to larita Trujillo greets a customer as she hands him food from Tacos … Continue reading

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Forklore: The roots of escabeche

Many years ago, our resident food historian and beer expert Charles Perry wrote a regular short feature for The Times on various aspects of food history, etymology and other arcana. Stumbling across some of them online recently, I realized that … Continue reading

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Food snob goes local in Mexico

  (Irene S. Levine, HANDOUT / September 13, 2011) By Irene S. Levine, Special to Tribune Newspapers I was lazing by a hotel pool along The Corridor in Los Cabos, Mexico, when I overheard two Canadians mention that George Clooney … Continue reading

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Taco fusion

We recently came across the Korean taco, darling of the LA food-truck scene. It combines the ginger/garlic/soy marinated beef ribs Koreans call bulgogi with the hand-held convenience of the Mexican taco. (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) Leah Eskin Home on the Range … Continue reading

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Anything but typical, City Mexican Cuisine serves up taste with class

spotlight: City Mexican Cuisine Upscale Mexican restaurant features sleek black tables, lounge area. Purchase Image The Chiuahua dish features three tacos with a side of City Mexican Cuisine’s poblaño rice. / Mark Schiefelbein / For the News-Leader With so many … Continue reading

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Cancun and Riviera Maya Gastronomic Revolution

CRMWF By: Elsie Mendez Cancun and Riviera Maya have always been favorite destinations, but in culinary subjects recently they are walking a path to be recognized also as gastronomical destinations and increase their turistic offer. Although you could found nice … Continue reading

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One big garden

Chicago chef puts wild things on urban menu By Bill Daley, Tribune Newspapers October 5, 2011 Foraging evokes sylvan images of an untouched paradise miles away from any human habitation. But gathering wild foods can be a big city pursuit … Continue reading

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