In the mood for something sweet, but tired of the same candy you find in stores every day? Maybe it’s time to take a step outside of the box and feast your eyes on something different. Unlike most America candies, Mexican brands focus more on the spicier and tangier approach. With a rich tradition and many different exotic flavors, Mexican candy is a surely underrated. Check out this list of some of top Mexican candies and do not miss your chance to try something different.
There are many types of tacos which we have all come to love and enjoy. You might be a hard shell taco person, enjoying the crunch and snap of the tortilla with the soft innards. Perhaps you’re more of a soft shell person who is attracted to the fluffy and delightful taco variety. But if you’ve never had street tacos, you are missing out. Street tacos are a little smaller than their more common big brothers. However, they come in higher numbers and are very versatile.
It’s true that not everyone likes reading about history. It can be boring, weird, filled with hard to remember facts and dates, and at the end of the day, it seems kind of irrelevant. However, maybe you would have a different opinion if you started learning about things which are exciting, fun, and are certainly relevant. For example, the history of margaritas is an excellent area to be an expert in. Here’s some of the things you need to know to be a margarita expert.
Ixtapa is located on the Pacific coast of Mexico, in the impressive shadow of the mighty Sierra Madre mountain range. There are over 15 miles of sand beaches and numerous quiet coves scattered along the beautiful, tropical coastline. The town is a center for any number of outdoor water recreation adventures. It’s also home to beautiful resorts where people can be found sunbathing, golfing, and enjoying the incredible scenery. Ixtapa boasts a moderate climate and refreshing sea breezes, remaining enjoyable throughout the year with temperatures hovering in the 70s.
In Mexico, Christmas is not merely a one day event. For almost a month the entire nation is filled with festivities, songs, laughter, good food, and many “Feliz Navidad’s” (Merry Christmas in Spanish). In fact, from December 12th to January 6th Mexico’s various celebrations, ceremonies, and traditions are kept.
Well, fall is officially here. We may have spent the last month pretending it was summer, but the recent return of chilly weather has made the new season official. Fall brings a large gambit of fun for those in America: from jumping in leaves to Halloween to slicing open a turkey on Thanksgiving. But for our neighbors on our southern border, fall means something entirely different. For many Mexicans, autumn means Dia De Los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead.
Over the last several years, the number of Mexican “cantinas” has increased greatly. While this brings much joy to those who love authentic Mexican food, tradition, and culture, it also has caused some to wonder what exactly a cantina is. This article will help you understand the cantina is, and where it originated.
There is never a bad time to have margaritas and sometimes it’s even better knowing that you made that delicious drink you’re holding. The only problem is that it’s not a widely known subject of how to make a great margarita. Premade margarita mixes are just not the same as the real thing. Luckily, there are some great recipes out there to make the perfect margarita for the mood you are in. Cooking Channel provided us with just a few of the tons of recipes that are out there for you to choose from. [Read more…]
Everyone knows that the food is one of the best parts of summer, whether you’re at a barbecue or a pool party. It doesn’t matter whether you’re throwing the party or attending one, enjoying delicious appetizers will get everyone in party mood. Check out the recipes below to learn how to make three simple Mexican appetizers that are packed with flavor! [Read more…]
Who does not love a great salsa? Mild, medium, spicy, green, red, and so many more are all delicious. Very few dishes across cultures, especially in Mexican cuisine, aren’t helped incredibly by a touch of salsa. At this point salsa is so commonplace that many of us take it for granted, and has become the stable of condiments for many meals at home and in restaurants.