| Mar 7, 2010
Once upon a time, say about 1972, Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy little fishing town at the southern tip of Baja California. Then came the paved highway, the international airport, the marina, the golf courses, the raucous bars and well-heeled retreats. At...
| Apr 20, 2010
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Just in time for Cinco de Mayo celebrations, here's a cookbook on tacos, the ultimate street food of Mexico. The book has an array of recipes for such classics as Pork Carnitas and Rajas and Cheese (poblano chiles and cheese) as well as ones with a twist,...
| Mar 17, 2004
The first time I visited Mexico City, many years ago, I dined in the Zona Rosa at Fonda El Refugio, a traditional restaurant that opened my eyes to a number of dishes I hadn't seen at home in Los Angeles. One of those dishes was mole poblano, a dish I had...
| Nov 30, 2005
A great tortilla soup can be a revelation -- rich with an intriguing roasted-corn flavor, vibrant with color and toasty, tantalizing aromas.
Classic tortilla soup, the way you'd find it in Mexico City, is simply good chicken broth combined with roasted...