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Top Dishes From Oaxaca

Top Dishes From Oaxaca December 12, 2010 | Food | Read More
I’m still writing about Oaxaca. I can’t help it! And I gotta say, the best thing about Oaxaca, beside the craft shopping, is the food! I’ve never met anybody who disagrees on that. Oaxaca cuisine is the perfect combination of Spanish and pre-Hispanic cultures. It’s an exotic combination of the...

Lots of Chiles!

Lots of Chiles! November 25, 2010 | Food | Read More
If you’re coming to Puebla you have to know we like chile a lot! We eat it with our soup, with our chips, with our meat, with our vegetables, with our candy (yes, we do!) and pretty much with everything else. We have all kinds of chile: small, big, green, red, orange, red, long, round, really hot,...

Top 10 Things to Eat in Puebla

Top 10 Things to Eat in Puebla September 29, 2010 | Food | Read More
Puebla is famous for its beautiful churches, colonial buildings and lively streets. But in Mexico, this city is also known for its regional food. Some of the dishes famously kwon as mexicans worldwide are actually from Puebla. So here is a list of the 10 things you must eat when you’re visiting us. 1....

Moctezuma’s Revenge: What Not to Eat in Mexico.

Moctezuma’s Revenge: What Not to Eat in Mexico. August 24, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
I know that one of the main concerns of people coming to México is the food. But before I give you tips about what to eat and what no to eat, I’ll tell you what is really Moctezuma’s Revenge, since you’ll hear it a lot as foreigners in Mexico. Moctezuma was the last Aztec King, and it was during...

It’s Chiles en Nogada Season!

It’s Chiles en Nogada Season! August 10, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
If you are coming to Puebla in August or September you are one lucky person because is Chile en Nogada season! This colorful dish is one of the most famous and delicious foods you’ll ever taste. It’s made with chile poblano stuffed with minced meat and dried fruits, covered with walnut sauce and...
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