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  • Yucatecan Cuisine

    Relleno-negro.jpgThe culinary delights of a typical Yucatecan kitchen come from a mouth-watering mixture of European and Mexican flavors. A bit of history will explain this strong European influence. Once upon a time the Yucatecan peninsula was considered to be too far away and too difficult to reach from the rest...
  • Night Life: San Pedro Lobby “Warm Up” Bar

    San Pedro Lobby Bar is the only place in Mérida with the “Warm Up” concept. The modern restaurant/...
  • Cerveza Ceiba: Authentic Yucatecan Beer

    Yucatán has always been a land of rich culture, traditions and gastronomy. Cerveza CEIBA has...
  • A Day at Los Dos Yucatecan Cooking School

    Chef David Sterling’s cooking school is on the “must-do” list of many discerning travelers, who...
  • Chiles en Nogada

    The lead photo for this article, of the ingredients for Chiles en Nogada, is courtesy of Hacienda...
  • 10th Anniversary of Culinary School

    On August 24, 2012, Escuela Culinaria del Sureste (ECS) celebrates ten years operating as an...
  • XVI Mole Fair at La Parrilla

    In Mexico there is a great variety of moles (pronounced mo-lays, which are sauces made of chiles,...
  • Pasta Festival at T.G.I.Friday’s Montejo

    For a fun and delicious lunch or dinner after shopping or a movie at one of the malls in north...
  • Fabulous Food in Merida’s Mercado

    By Juanita [email protected] visitors to Mexico visit the mercados for a close-up...
  • Chaya, its nutritional properties

    It has never gone unnoticed. When the Spaniards first touched these lands, the chaya bush and the...
  • Learning to Cook in Merida

    Los Dos is the first school in Mexico devoted exclusively to the cuisine of Yucatán. Featured...
  • Organic Products in Mérida

    Where to get organic products in Mérida The term “organic products,” as well as those with the...
  • Slow Food Yucatan

    Have you heard about SLOW FOOD? It’s an international movement, based in Italy, which promotes...
  • Eat Lionfish!

    The lionfish, originally only found in Asian waters, has migrated or been accidentally introduced...
  • Unique Fruits and Vegetables of Yucatan

    While wandering around the markets of Yucatán, you'll soon encounter some strange-looking fruits...
  • Face to Face With Wayne Trotter

    Four of the most well-known and popular Mérida restaurants, Pancho’s, La Tratto, Trotter’s, and...
  • Slow Food Yucatan Fresh Market

    This weekly market (Saturdays) is an initiative of the members of Slow Food Yucatán, the local...
  • Tequila

    1,311 miles west of Mérida, in the Mexican state of Jalisco, is the town of Tequila, where guess...
  • Cocina Economica

    If you have always wondered what those small, "front room" restaurants are serving up at midday,...
  • Ki’Xocolatl

    Close your eyes and imagine the best chocolate in the world. Belgian expertise and Mayan traditions...
  • Chata Cámara Delicatessen

    If gourmet cooking and specialty foods interest you, drop in to see what's cooking at Chata Cámara...
  • Typical Sweets from Telchac

    By Linda Roth In Telchac Puerto there is a small booth on the Progreso - Dzilam coastal road named...
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