By Aleyn Merchand Christmastime in Mexico is all about the food (yum and yay!). People can’t stop talking about their holiday plans, but more importantly, what they’re going to make for dinner on Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Answers will vary a bit depending on the region and family, but there are some dishes that
By Adrian Becerril Cancún is a city that was developed in the 1970’s to be one of the most important touristic hubs in the Caribbean, but it is also considered to be one of the most eclectic and cosmopolitan cities in Mexico. With more than 1,000 nationalities living in the city, you can find flavors
Direct from a local: Here’s why Cancún street food is worth trying By Lesley Téllez For Eat Mexico’s newest tour experience, we’re leaving Mexico City to try something completely different. Our first beach-city tour takes place in Cancún, and it’s designed to show you all the flavors you’d miss if you stayed on the
by Ariane Ruiz In a place so crowded and many times overwhelming as Mexico City, escaping to the countryside for some fresh air is necessary. Milpa Alta, the city’s southernmost borough, is a rural area known mostly by its cactus production and for being home to families that make mole to sell in city markets.
Elizabeth Hillbruner, a Mexico City resident and author of the blog La Cerda y La Cebollita, launched a project to map the tlacoyo vendors in her San Rafael neighborhood. Here’s more about how she did it. What is a tlacoyo anyway? Tlacoyos are stuffed, football shaped corn-masa patties topped with salsa, cooked cactus or sautéed