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Champagnes for the Holidays

Celebratory bubbly for all occasions, including Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s by Ted Loos Champagne, France’s enduring sparkler, is one of wine’s lasting contributions to culture. Perfected by the 17th-century monk Dom Pérignon, who refined the process that gives the … Continue reading

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Getting into the Wine World Without Making a Bad Entrance

by Elsie Mendez The first time I formally Heard about wines was during my Mexican Gastronomy Certification at the Escuela de Gastronomía Mexicana, owned and directed by my good and very admired friends Edmundo Escamilla and Yuri de Gortari. As … 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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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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