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February is the new beginning of the year

For many people the beginning of January signifies a time for renewal; a time to define some new goals. And, let’s face it, the end of January brings for many of that same group the frustrating questions: “How did January fly by so…

The Best Kitchenware & Culinary Shops in Mexico City

Mexico City’s streets are dominated by food. From tamale carts to taco stands to sweet potato peddlers, you couldn’t get away from food here if you tried. If eating at your favorite fondas and markets instigates the siren tug of making your…

Meet the Vendors: Doña Rosa, Master Tlacoyo-Maker

One of Mexico City’s greatest chefs sits on Calle López in the Centro Histórico, spending most days in front of a hot comal propped up on the sidewalk. Her name is Doña Rosa, and she makes fresh tlacoyos and quesadillas daily. At Eat…

Mexico City Travel Guide

What to Expect When Traveling to Mexico City What is on your itinerary to Mexico City? A stroll weaving through the city’s lively markets? A cool evening paired with artisanal mezcal & tacos al pastor? A cultural journey through…

Eat Mexico’s Top 10 Bites of 2019

1. Tacos de Suadero Bar none, the best Suadero tacos in town! Add some lime, a good splash of spicy salsa and pápalo leaves (a pungent herb, some say tastes like a cross between mint and cilantro). These suadero tacos will forever…

Tortilla Soup

This comfort food is commonly served in Mexican homes as well as in taquerías. What I love about this recipe is that it calls for tortillas that have been dried out over the course of a few days, so it supports the cause for avoiding food…

Nopal salad

This recipe features a beloved and very versatile ingredient in Mexican cooking: the nopal or flat cactus pad. Nopales are commonly used for preparing salads, soups, drinks and tacos, just to name a few. They are a great source for aiding…