I have spoken before how in Mexico everything has to be spiced up, and now is time to reveal that not even coffee can escape this fate.
The mosaic below represents the Coat of Arms of the Free and Sovereign State of Sinaloa, designed by the painter and heraldry scholar Rolando Arjona Amabilis.
The best option to move around the touristic capital of Sinaloa is to hop in one of these golf-cart taxi cabs, called pulmonías.
The backbone of public transportation in Mexico is made essentially from USA school buses from the Cold War era, refurbished, and set loose.
Learn why and how totopos and tostadas are the multi-purpose cutlery of Mexico.
I followed my guts. His Dudeness showed me how to go with the flow, then we cheered for it with a white Russian.
Virtually every dish in the Mexican cuisine uses maize one way or another, and its fundamental importance in Mexico’s kitchen and culture can be traced up to… Read more “Maize culture, Mexico”
From the náhuatl name ‘izquitl’, esquite is the maize kernel served in a cup and condimented, usually served by street vendors and stalls.