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Dead ones do not go to the hole, but share with their beloved ones food in its whole

If Mexican food isn’t the best, why do Mexicans return after death to enjoy it again on November 1st and 2nd? During these days, citizens of Mictlán (the underworld) come out from their tombs and, guided by the candles lightened in the altars, start their journey back to life through an orange path decorated with…

El muerto no se va al hoyo, comparte con el vivo el bollo

Si la gastronomía mexicana no fuera la mejor, ¿por qué regresarían entonces los muertos a disfrutar de ella cada 1 y 2 de noviembre? Durante estas fechas, los habitantes del Mictlán (inframundo) salen de sus tumbas y, guiados por la luz de las velas en los altares del mundo de los vivos, emprenden su viaje…

The flavors of Mexican celebrations and the true story of the famous chiles en nogada

The Mexican fight for independence started on September 16th, 1810. However, we nowadays start celebrating our Independence Day and devouring Mexican food on August and formally, on September the 15th. Even though Mexico has delicious food regardless of the season, our favorite month stands out among the others because of the varied and exquisite Mexican…

Mexican ingredients you didn’t know about

Mexican food is known worldwide specially for some iconic flavors, such as cacao, tequila or maize. Still, not everybody knows that many popular ingredients used in different countries come from Mexico. An autochthonous product is an animal or a plant whose origin is a specific country or geographic region. In Mexico, we’ve got a long…

Los ingredientes que México le regaló al mundo

Todos nos reconocen por nuestro famoso cacao, célebre tequila o característico maíz. Sin embargo, no muchos saben que varios ingredientes populares en todo el mundo tienen un origen mexicano. Un producto endémico es una planta o animal originario de un país o región y en el caso de México, contamos con una extensa lista de…

This is why Mexican tortillas are the best

There is one edible product that contains both proteins and carbs, carries calcium, and helps our bodies with the absorption of vitamins. In addition, this food can be used as an eating utensil or as a container for other edibles too. Last but not least, its delicious and unique flavor goes perfectly well with innumerable…

¿Por qué la tortilla mexicana es perfecta?

Existe un alimento que contiene proteínas, carbohidratos y calcio, facilita la absorción de vitaminas en el cuerpo, se puede utilizar como utensilio o recipiente y además, su delicioso y único sabor combina perfecto con una infinidad de platillos. Aunque no lo creas, todas estas características son propias de las tortillas mexicanas, alimento que heredamos de…

Mexican culinary techniques to try during confinement

If you’re reading this it’s not too late. Whether you love Mexican gastronomy, you ran out of recipes to try at home or you’re just a bored curious person, we want you to know that you are in the right place.  Before anything else, we must stand out the importance of food. The existing bond…

Técnicas culinarias mexicanas para practicar durante la cuarentena

Probablemente estés leyendo esto por amor a la gastronomía mexicana, porque ya se te acabaron las recetas de tanto cocinar en casa últimamente o simplemente por mera curiosidad. Sin embargo, queremos que sepas que llegaste al lugar indicado.  Antes que nada, hay que dejar clara la importancia y la posición de la comida en todo…

The Story Behind The Famous “Tortas”

The guajolota or torta de tamal is a perfect example of Mexico City’s street food, because it is just one of the many ways of preparing this classic chilango (from Mexico City) food. Tortas are normally sold in small stands or locals called “torterías” that usually exhibit their extensive menu in colored signboards and written…

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