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Casual Dining: Hecho en Mexico
Sarah Musgrave

Hecho en Mexico is truly a colourful restaurant. The clash of red and black linoleum, the splash of yellow walls, the strings of flags presumably left over from World Cup madness. Food-wise, things look bright, too. Here's a place trying to do something different with Mexican cuisine in Montreal -decidedly anti-Tex-Mex, its focus is on relaying tradition, and playing with it a little, too.
International | Thursday October 27th, 2011

Celebrity Chef Roberto Santibañez at Avocados from Mexico
freshplaza.com

Award-winning chef, author and restaurateur, Roberto Santibañez will appear at the newly remodeled Avocados from Mexico booth (#2335) on Saturday, October 15, 2011 at the Produce Marketing Association’s (PMA) Fresh Summit Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia.
International | Monday October 10th, 2011

Tasting Mexico in Kuwait
Sawsan Kazak

Hailing from northern Mexico, Claudia Ledezma found herself a world away from everything she knew when she arrived in Kuwait in 1984. With no Mexican restaurants in sight, Ledezma had to depend on her cooking abilities to stay in touch with her Mexican heritage.
International | Friday October 7th, 2011

Revolution in ice cream from Mexico
HEATHER IRWIN

The tiny town of Tocumbo, Mexico is at the heart of an ice cream revolution that’s spawned thousands of Michoacan neverias (ice cream stores) from Puerto Vallarta right up to our doorstep in Sonoma County. In these waning days of Indian summer, it’s worth raising a cone to this ice cream insurrection.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday October 6th, 2011

Diana Kennedy to Jose Andres: Your tamales are “bloody awful”
AP

There aren’t many people who can tell Jose Andres — James Beard Award winning chef and proprietor of an acclaimed Mexican restaurant — that his tamales are lousy.
International | Tuesday October 4th, 2011

Discover the flavours of Mexico at Border Grill Downtown LA
etravelblackboardasia.com

This modern Mexican cantina and bar caters for the lunch crowds as well as becoming a low-lit restaurant at night, proving to be popular with visitors to the city and white-collar professional business crowd, many of who, have been moving back into the district to avoid the pains of commuting or trying to navigate the car clogged freeways LA is rightfully known for.
International | Monday October 3rd, 2011

35th National Mole Sauce Fair in San Pedro Atocpan - Mexico City
demotix.com

The Mole Sauce festival brings gathers in San Pedro Atocpan of the Milpa Alta district in southern Mexico City famous for producing varieties of Mole Sauce. Mexico. 1st October 2011
Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal | Monday October 3rd, 2011

Chefs concoct world's largest shrimp cocktail
QMI Agency

Residents of the coastal city of Mazatlan, Mexico, are fond of calling their city El Capital de Cameron -- the Shrimp Capital.
Mazatlán, Sonora | Monday October 3rd, 2011

Fall Cooking Classes at El Arrayan
Luis Dominguez

If you ever wanted to learn how to cook the Mexican way, now it's your chance as El Arrayán has just announced their Mexican Cooking classes for the fall season 2011.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Wednesday September 28th, 2011

Mexico’s ace interpreter Marcela Valladolid
Keli Dailey

It’s lunchtime at Aqui es Texcoco, a strip-mall restaurant in Chula Vista run by Valladolid’s cousin, Francisco Perez. The star of the Food Network’s “Mexican Made Easy” cooking show is discussing the uniqueness of Mexican cuisine and culture, as the 34-year-old has done throughout her cookbook and television career.
International | Wednesday September 28th, 2011

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