Tag Archives: Traditions

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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Daniel Ovadía: NY on sight

How many times you can have the opportunity to rediscover and explore New York from the hand of one of the most renowned chefs in Mexico? I experienced this recently with Daniel Ovadia traveling to this great city and, as it … Continue reading

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The Senators are Cooking

With a foreword by Salvador Novo and edited in Mexico in 1964 the book “The senators are cooking” was published. A book full of history about the recipes made by the senators wives and in which we find recipes for … Continue reading

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Gastronomy Chronicles by Guillermo Prieto

One day I got my hands on an invaluable book, “Culinary Art 19th century Mexican Cookbook” Collection, warning and indexing by Luis Mario Schneider. If you have a chance and find it there, I think anyone who calls himself a … Continue reading

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Dulce Patria. Sweet Memories on the table

By: Elsie Méndez One of the reasons I love the gastronomy world is that it allows me to be close to the art, the creation, the feelings and the inspirations that are born in our spirits and are translated into … Continue reading

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Puebla: The reborn of a city

By: Carlos Dragonné Puebla has always had something that calls me. Its architechture, the streets and, specially, that history that feels both in tiny and huge spaces of the city always gives me that desire of waking up watched by … Continue reading

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About heritage and origins

About heritage Every time we talk about how Flavors of Mexican Cuisine was born, there’s always someone who asks “and when did this idea come from?” We could say back in our first photographic exposition “Human Heritage sites in Mexico” … Continue reading

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MEXICAN BAKED FISH

Ingredients 1 1/2 pounds cod 1 cup salsa 1 cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese 1/2 cup coarsely crushed corn chips 1 avocado – peeled, pitted and sliced 1/4 cup sour cream

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