Tag Archives: Traditional Cuisine

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 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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Traditional Mexican Cuisine, community culture ancestral and alive

Traditional Mexican cuisine is a comprehensive cultural model comprising farming, ritual practices, age-old skills, culinary techniques and ancestral community customs and manners. It is made possible by collective participation in the entire traditional food chain: from planting and harvesting to … Continue reading

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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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