MEXICAN FOOD

The taco is much more than food for Mexico. Emblem of its cuisine and culture, every day it evolves and expands internationally with a varied offer that combines, with corn or flour tortillas, tradition and novelty.

Puebla's gastronomy is vast, tasty, but above all varied, ranging from homemade snacks to spectacular entrees that jealously guard a unique and unrepeatable cuisine. Among its treasures is the cemita poblana, whose essence is its bread, of very ancient origin, which like all bread consumed in Mexico was originally introduced by the conquistadors...

There are many myths surrounding its consumption, the reality is that consuming sugar is not harmful, what is harmful to health is consuming it in excess, so we must respect the recommendation made by the World Health Organization (WHO) which tells us that a person with a normal body mass should not exceed 5% of daily caloric intake, or about...

In Mexican cuisine we always find ingredients to make the most exquisite combinations, such is the case of tequila shrimp, which fuse the flavors of the sea with those of the land, reminding us that our coasts and our countryside have an infinity of foods to offer us, thanks, of course, to the work of the men and women who...

Tacos are the quintessential Mexican food par excellence and are associated with Mexican culture almost as much as corn and tequila, however, there is one element that makes Mexicans enjoy with singular pleasure the tasting of an order of tacos: The sauce.

Among the liturgical components of the Christmas dinner is the fact that during Christmas Eve it was obligatory, at least in the colonial period, to keep the vigil, so when it was impossible to serve the traditional turkey reserved for December 25, fish and herbs such as cod and rosemary were gradually incorporated into the dishes of the...

Preferred with mango in the north and mamey, sapote, and banana in the south, La Michoacana ice creams, and popsicles, present in all the states of the country since the 1940s, have become a gastronomic tradition and an icon of national identity. When walking through any part of Mexico City or any other state, we are sure to come...

Among the many things that Mexico has given to the world, its gastronomy is undoubtedly one of them. Among the diversity of its typical dishes, we find those containing chili, a symbol of Mexican identity. Can you imagine enchiladas, chilaquiles, or pico de gallo sauce without green chile?

Crustaceans such as lobsters, shrimps, and crabs live at the bottom of the sea, the shell of these animals that inhabit seas, oceans, and rivers, is dark and its color varies between blue-green and reddish-brown. These colors are similar to the sea bottom and help them go unnoticed by predators.

Nopal is an indispensable food in Mexico for more than 10 thousand years. Its cultivation goes back to the ancient Mesoamerican cultures where they were prepared by toasting on a comal and stewing with zucchini or combined with meat from wild animals, such as deer, armadillos, and rabbits.