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Sustainable tourism: Eat like a local in Mexico City
Sustainable tourism benefits vendors, guides, and tourists
Mexico celebrates LGBT+ Pride Month with rainbow tamal
The rainbow tamal is made in the traditional way, using corn, sugar, butter, and vanilla
Epazote, an ancient medicinal treasure
Epazote is an aromatic herb used in Mexican cuisine but it also has great medicinal properties
Chef Carlos Gaytán to open a new Mexican restaurant in Chicago
Chef Gaytán looks to take traditional Mexican food, with a French touch, to Chicago
Pati Jinich shares the wonders of Mexican gastronomy with the world
She has cooked at the White House for the Obamas and for Sesame Street
Mexican chef Daniela Soto-Innes wins World’s Best Female Chef Award
Soto-Innes grew up in Mexico City and recounts in an interview that her grandmother taught her that food tastes better if you put love and joy into it
The 5 essential herbs in Mexican cuisine
Mexican cuisine wouldn't be the same without these 5 herbs!
The Mexican restaurant in the heart of Kenya
15,000 kilometers away from Mexico, in Kenya, there is a traditional Mexican restaurant owned by a Kenyan woman and an Indian immigrant
The 7 most spicy Mexican chilies
The sensation produced by the capsaicin is useful for blood circulation as it reduces the formation of blood clots which lowers the chances of suffering heart attacks
The Tamal and Atole Festival is coming to Xochitla!
You will be able to enjoy delicious tamales and atoles from February 2 to February 4 to celebrate Candlemas.