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Halloween and Day of the Dead Food

Day of the Dead Food – Mexico Thank God we still have the opportunity to enjoy thousand year old cuisine today! Specifically the Zapotec food that Abigail Mendoza has taken to the world. Abigail has become the best traditional chef...

Mexico’s traditional cuisine is the first ethnic cuisine in the world to be recognized by UNESCO on its list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

“Customs of Mexico embody a complex cultural system of agricultural practices, traditions, and symbolism imbued with religious meaning and steeped in ritual.” Corn, a Mexican native, and diet staple is inexorably linked to Mesoamerica’s creation myths as well as the...

Cooking Tips September

1st. – Cook – Refrigerate – Use.     Do Not Freeze. I prefer to chop and cook, once or twice a week, and then use the cooked meat and vegetables during the week as I need them; changing sauces,...

Jewish Food

Jewish Food traditions from  Spain and Portugal: Jewish Sephardi people like to eat a “Mediterranean” diet that includes: salads, stuffed vegetables olive oil, lentils, chickpeas, fresh and dried fruits, mint, parsley, and nuts. Chicken, Lamb or ground beef. They seasoned...

Latin American Foods

Latin American Indigenous ingredients: Achiote , Amaranth, Avocado, Beans, Blueberries, Chia, Cacao, Cactus, Cassava, Corn, lúcuma, Maracuya, Peanut, Peppers, Pineapple, Potato, Prickly Pear, Pumpkin, Quinoa, Squash, Sweet Potato, Tomato, Turkey, Vanilla There are many more regional agricultural ingredients that you find...