Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Mexican traditions''

¡Viva México!

¡Viva México!

I usually don’t use this space to write about things that are not related to food or photography. But today I want to make an exception (I promise it won’t be long) as my country celebrates [...]

Healhty Summer Treats

Healhty Summer Treats

Mexican street food wouldn't be complete without the delicious fruits and vegetables sold with chile, salt and lime. [...]

Avocado Salad

Avocado Salad

This avocado salad is easy to make, nutritious and delicious. [...]

Rosca de Reyes

Rosca de Reyes

Rosca de Reyes is the traditional sweet bread that Mexicans eat with hot chocolate the morning of January 6th after opening presents. [...]

Ensalada Noche Buena

Ensalada Noche Buena

A colorful and delicious salad perfect for your Christmas dinner. [...]

Dia de muertos

Dia de muertos

Dia de muertos celebration is clear evidence that the Spanish Conquista was a collision of cultures rather than a complete conquest [...]

Chiles en nogada

Chiles en nogada

The preparation of this dish requires a lot of time and work (the original one, anyway), but it is well worth it. [...]

24, 24, 24: Chiles en nogada. Celebrating foodbuzz and Mexican cuisine

24, 24, 24: Chiles en nogada. Celebrating foodbuzz and Mexican cuisine

Foodbuzz is celebrating the launch of its new Featured Publisher Community and I join the celebration with a traditional Mexican dinner. The main course is the traditional and scrumptious Chiles en Nogada. Come on in and [...]

Huevos a la Mexicana

Huevos a la Mexicana

Scrambled eggs with chile, onion and tomato, the colors of the Mexican flag. [...]

Fried Quesadillas (Coyoacan Style)

Fried Quesadillas (Coyoacan Style)

One of the very first places we visited in Mexico City when Jon and I moved there in 2004 was Coyoacan. Coyoacan (which means place where they have coyotes in Nahuatl) is a colonial neighborhood in [...]