Tag Archives: Mexican

Mexican restaurants in Melbourne are becoming more popular with time.

While the country of Mexico may be far away on a different continent, Mexican cuisine has surely taken over the world, and more and more Mexican restaurantsare opening up each year in Australia. In Melbourne, there are already more than … Continue reading

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Americano’s French Chef Has a Mexican Pantry

By FLORENCE FABRICANT At the Americano, the sleek dining room set to open in the new Hôtel Americano on Thursday, Olivier Reginensi, the executive chef, will be turning out French food that has an unmistakable Latin accent. (The hotel is owned by a Mexican group.) … Continue reading

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Host a Traditional Posada This Christmas

By Lesley Tellez December 16th marks the kick-off for Las Posadas, the nine days of festivities that lead up to Christmas in Mexico and other Latin American countries. But what exactly is a posada? Traditionally they were religious events, first introduced by … Continue reading

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Diego Rivera Murals for The Museum of Modern Art

Diego Rivera Murals for The Museum of Modern Art Thursday, November 10th, 2011 by Eleanor Foa Dienstag on Playing Around What could be more timely in New York City, as the Occupy Wall Street movement grows and expands, than an … Continue reading

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CURD SOUP

From Chef Monica Solis’ kitchen Ingredients: 300 grs. cottage cheese 120 grs. natural goat cheese 1 cup sour cream 1 liter milk 1 small onion, finely chopped 6 sprigs of finely chopped green epazote 3 serrano chiles, minced 3 tablespoons … Continue reading

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COCOA AND ITS BEAUTIFUL LEGEND OF LOVE

Saint Valentine’s Day and some other celebrations,  is not something that interested me at all, instead of making ways to celebrate important, I always say I am Mother, Daughter, Girlfriend, Friend, and some more that probably I’, forgetting right now, … Continue reading

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CAPIROTADA MEXICAN BREAD PUDDING

In memory of my Grandmother and my Father who love this Mexican dessert Ingredients 6 stale bolillos, torn in 1/2″ chunks 1/2 C. butter, softened 4 C. water 3-4 piloncillos, crushed (about 2 cups) 4″ piece of stick cinnamon 1 … Continue reading

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ROMERITOS WITH MOLE AND SHRIMP CAKES

Ingredients: 24 small waxy potatoes Salt 1 tsp. baking soda 10 prickly pear cactus paddles, thorns removed (see Thorn Trick), trimmed and cut into 1⁄2″ cubes 1 lb. romeritos trimmed and washed 4 oz. dried heads-on shrimp, peeled, shells and … Continue reading

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MEXICAN STYLE COD RECIPE

Ingredients 1 kilo cod of good quality dipped in water at least 1 day earlier changing the water constantly to desalt it 1 kilo of red tomato mature, roast, ground and stung 4 bare and cut cloves of garlic

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CHRITSMAS SALAD

Ingredients 2 beets peeled in buckets 1 1/2 lettuce bloodletting 1 pomelo cut in supreme 2 apples peeled in buckets 1 orange without skin in segments 1/2 cup of grapes without skin and without seeds 2 cups of jicamas haircuts … Continue reading

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