Cinco de Mayo is coming up. The truth is: Mexicans like any excuse to get together, eat good food, and throw a big party. That’s definitely not a bad thing. I remember being a kid and going to parties. At Americans parties, people hang out for a couple of hours, then they go … [Read more...]
Whether you're looking for refreshing drinks to cool you down in the summer, or hot drinks to warm you up in the winter, these Mexican drinks are sure to hit the spot.
Disclosure: I received a box of goodies from BevMo for editorial consideration.It’s Easter time! Things have changed a lot since I was a kid and celebrating Easter. I grew up with two wonderful parents who are not Americans. Our Mexican traditions are mainly based on … [Read more...]
Spain. Ah, the memories... Hills, sleepless nights, ocean. Seeing the Basque flag in the Basque Country, warming my Unzueta blood. Oh, and the food! My food memories wander to tapas and jamon. Wine from La Rioja, and of course, sangria. There are many versions of sangria. … [Read more...]
My family owns an apple ranch in Mexico. We have been making “vino de manzana” for generations. It is a regional liqueur native to Canatlan, Durango. I should also mention that Canatlan is known for its apples. "Vino de manzana" is similar to “calvados” in France except it is not … [Read more...]