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Feliz Cumpleaños a mi!

Feliz Cumpleaños a mi!

Today is that day of the year when I look at my reflection on the mirror and wonder how in the heck I’ve made it this far. Yup, it is my birthday! 34 years ago, exactly [...]

5 years after and the return of What’s Cooking, World?

5 years after and the return of What’s Cooking, World?

What's cooking turns 5 years old and to celebrate the section What's cooking, world?, where bloggers from all over the world will share their food experiences, is back. [...]

An Introduction to Beans

An Introduction to Beans

The word beans applies to edible seeds from several different plants. This series of articles will focus on the beans cultivated in Mesoamerica and other parts of the Americas, their importance for the diet of old [...]

The Future of What’s Cooking

The Future of What’s Cooking

It’s been more than a year since I moved back to Mexico City. One of my main goals was to learn and write about the food of this great country. However, different circumstances haven’t made it [...]

Mercado San Cosme

Mercado San Cosme

Mercado San Cosme, just like Colonia San Rafael, may have seen better days, but it’s still a very nice market that exemplifies markets throughout Mexico and Mexico City. [...]

Market Monday – Mercado Del Valle

Market Monday – Mercado Del Valle

My local market where I do most of my grocery shopping. It's very close to my house and people there are so nice and helpful. [...]

Cholula, Puebla

Cholula, Puebla

Cholula is a beautiful town outside the city of Puebla that has very interesting archeological sites, a great market and delicious cuisine. Come spend a weekend here and be prepared to be amazed. [...]

Foodbuzz 24×24: A day in Xochimilco

Foodbuzz 24×24: A day in Xochimilco

Xochimilco is the last remaining trace of a lost empire. Its people, food, religion, canals and way of living might have been influenced by the outside world, but the core of Xochimilco remains intact. This community [...]