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Amaranta Restaurant, a family dream

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico 3 years ago, through social networks I had heard about a young chef named Pablo Salas. I found him very interesting, especially the great labor he does in rescuing many of the traditional recipes from Estado … Continue reading

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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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Pop-Ups Are Taking Over the Kitchen

Costs Can Top $500,000 to Open a Restaurant in San Francisco, So Wise Sons Takes Temporary Path By KATY MCLAUGHLIN The owners of Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen started their business with a dream: to bring traditional Jewish foods such as … 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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Spinach and Mushroom Quesadillas

Ingredients 1 (10 ounce) package chopped spinach 2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese 2 tablespoons butter 2 cloves garlic, sliced 2 portobello mushroom caps, sliced 4 (10 inch) flour tortillas 1 tablespoon vegetable oil

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It is very sad that in Mexico’s so young and immature industry still to be developed, there are those who think themselves as “Rock stars” with attitudes far from the reality of their position and accomplishments. It would be great … 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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Morelia, Part I. / The Morelian night is calling me…

By: Carlos Dragonné It’s midnight. The Morelian night is calling me… Sitting at a little table I can see through the open balcony door of my room the City Cathedral of Morelia, lit up in all its splendor. The pink … Continue reading

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Merotoro: The Mexican Pacific is reinterpreted in La Condesa.

By: Carlos Dragonné y Elsie Mendez In this search for mexican flavors in the city –which is, in itself, a risk– there are some days in which, after several failed attempts, the adventure can surprise you and take you to … Continue reading

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“CHARRO” RESTAURANT by DANIEL OVADÍA

By: Carlos Dragonné y Elsie Mendez The first time I heard about “Charro” by Daniel Ovadía, curiosity stick instantly. Specially because this recommendation came from a very good friend who is known for being appreciative and a real connoisseur of … Continue reading

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