Hugging the Caribbean Sea on the coastline of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula lies Riviera Maya, a…
September 16th is Mexican Independence Day. Unlike May 5th, this holiday is a big deal in Mexico. Here’s how Tequila Partida’s Master Distiller Jose Valdez will be celebrating and you should too.
Puerto Vallarta is a bustling beach town along the Pacific coast nestled at the “hip” of Mexico. It will be a challenge to stick to the few relaxing things on your itinerary when planning a trip here. This destination offers what you are looking for in a sun soaked getaway with plenty left to discover.
Ready to discover the tacos cousin? Learn how to make huarache.
Take a bite of Mexico City’s pamboza sandwich stuffed with potatoes, chorizo, lettuce, cheese and a douse of guajillo sauce.
Further past the popular Harlem eats of Red Rooster and Sweet Bird, you will find Oso, the new destination for traditional Mexican street food. From tacos to enchiladas, Oso brings the vibrant culture of Mexico to Upper Harlem.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these delicious foam-topped margaritas served at one of Mexico’s top resorts, the chic Las Alcobas in Mexico City.
These meat filled tamales are simple to make with an even easier red pasilla chile sauce recipe to go along.
You have one minute to try not to fall deeply in love with the culture and amazing cuisine of Mexico.
Tres Carnes is a recently opened restaurant in Chelsea, New York. Honest Cooking tried it out.
Although better known for the corn tortillas, Mexico is the country with the most variety of bread in the world, according to some experts and books.
Nieve is a refreshing Mexican water-based ice cream made with natural fruits and other ingredients.
In Mexico, as in other Latin American countries, Tres Leches is the typical party cake.
Jessie Chien recounts a recent trip to Mexico City, and the unplanned taco that made her visit worth the while.