Even if you can’t get together in person, you can at least prepare a lovely meal and share the recipes and a toast in a video call with those you care for.
If you like to cook and quarantine is giving you more time to do so, there is a world of cooking shows out there and YouTube is the place to find them.
Now a symbol of Mexico found in tourist promotions all over the world, she has a surprising but unknown backstory.
A new book presents the first study of the archaeology of the whole of western Mexico, from the earliest to the latest cultural periods, by a single author.
San Gregorio Atlapulco, a pueblo of about 30,000 residents that is part of Mexico City, is woefully unprepared for the coronavirus.
In ancient Egypt and parts of Europe, people believed basil would open the gates of heaven and ensure a safe journey.
The organization Psychology and Human Rights helps marginalized indigenous women work out their own solutions to the issues they face.
Growing up working on the streets gives you the best education of all, where you learn all things good and bad, he says.
Sea turtles discovered Boca de Tomates long before human beings did, turning it into a popular spot for laying their eggs.
After four years studying music in Paris, Juan Pablo Aispuro returned to his native Mexico to produce a range of artists on the fertile Mexican jazz scene.
With the cupboards laid in with enough food and basics for several weeks, it’s time for hearty grounding dishes and decadent sweet things, writes Janet Blaser.
For most migrants who are arrested in the US and returned to Mexico the attitude is the same: ‘Fair enough, you got caught. What else did you expect?’
Jesús Aguilar cannot speak highly enough of the Cuban migrants he has hired. He says they consistently go beyond what is expected.
A project long under development, the Sotavento Ocean Resort is due for completion by next year, thanks to the efforts of travel entrepreneur Mike Drever.
Just as it can cost outsiders an effort to learn that hugging and kissing are mandatory behavior in Mexico, it can take Mexicans some effort to unlearn it.
For something easy and delicious with minimal prep and cleanup, try ‘sheet pan’ dinners – roasting meats, fish and vegetables on an oiled cookie sheet.
Recognizing the richness of Mexican culinary traditions, several groups of devotees are working to preserve the legacy of generations in the kitchen.
Meet Sophia, a sweet, septuagenarian grandmother working in one of the kitchens in Comida antes de Tres Marías on the FULL STORY
It’s a rough climb up Big Nose Mountain, southwest of Guadalajara, but vast panoramas and a hike alongside monolithic boulders more than make up for it.
As pop-up restaurants appear fleetingly all over town, Mexico City diners can now enjoy a whole new range of ephemeral dining experiences.
Mexico’s original bagpipe ensemble will play for Saint Patrick’s festivities in the capital, recalling the country’s historical connection to Ireland.
Best picked fresh and plant-ripened, tomatoes provide an essential umami flavor, whether baked, grilled or in a zesty vinaigrette.
Thriving cultural scene with an international roster of events, fantastic seafood and a friendly community of locals, expats and snowbirds add to its charm.
Acapulco has become so numb to it that locals barely bat an eyelid. At a murder scene, people have a quick look and then get on with their business.
Arturo Malvido Conway has become something of a celebrity by attending marches in his tree outfit all over North America for the past 40 years.