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Tag Archives: Mexico
If ever there was a holiday made for drinking it is Cinqo de Mayo. I am drinking the above drink now so I need to type quickly before I can’t 😉 It’s a frozen Tamarindo Mescalitas which is just a Margarita … Continue reading
San Miguel de Allende is a quaint, small city, a Unesco world heritage site which is scenically nestled into the Sierra Madre mountains about a 3 hour drive from Mexico City. Unesco gave San Miguel its world heritage statues in … Continue reading
No where in San Miguel is the festive season more evident than at the market. Neil and I are about to go for a walk about and take in the street scene and try and find a restaurant that is … Continue reading
For years I have wanted to make Tamales, but never have because, well, I also have some reservations about cooking with lard and I also living with a jewish man who keeps Kosher so….the lard thing is really not an … Continue reading
Beautiful and rather intense new video from Perennial Plate about growing Cacao and making Chocolate in Mexico. I want to know who the guy is in the video and what the name of his chocolate company is? Anyone help me out … Continue reading
Loved this. Curious what you think the meat was they were eating Lamb, Goat? Also I have to wonder what they used before there was plastic? Great video, inspiring and touching, I hope they succeed.