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Recipes from our Mexico Issue
Authentic Mexican recipes from our August/September 2012 special issue on Mexico.
5 Mexican Food Festivals Worth The Trip
Five food festivals not to be missed in Mexico
Day of the Dead
In Mixquic, Mexico, on the Day of the Dead, families sit bundled next to headstones covered with marigolds during a candlelight vigil called La Alumbrada (The Illumination), awaiting the return of their lost loved ones.
Death in the Afternoon:
In Jalisco a family comes together, and occasionally clashes, over a beef stew like no other.
Mexico's Daily Breads
Bread is as much a part of the food culture of Mexico as tortillas.
The Interview: Diana Kennedy
Beth Kracklauer talks with renowned Mexican cook and author Diana Kennedy about the current state of cookbook publishing, her illustrious career and upcoming projects
Baja's Best Bottles
Mexico's wine industry is the oldest in the Americas, and the biggest wine region is the Baja peninsula.
Behind the Story: Reporting in Juchitán
Traveling in Mexico's Isthmus of Tehuantepec during the height of fiesta season, SAVEUR's Beth Kracklauer had more fun than she's had reporting any other story.
The Mexican Pantry
Get to know these basic Mexican ingredients and you'll be well on your way to grasping the art and ingenuity behind one of the world's great cuisines.
In Full Bloom
On the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, a windswept strip of land at the southeastern corner of Oaxaca state in Mexico, the cuisine's flavors are brash and saline.
5 Mexican Cooking Schools
These five cooking schools feature authentic Mexican ingredients and techniques.
Breakfast at the Border
At the border between Tijuana and San Diego a New York poet comes to terms with her Mexican-American heritage.
Mexican Snack Foods
The packaged snacks of Mexico are rooted in the spicy, sour, salty, and sweet flavors of the country's cuisine.
Rompope: Sweet Mercy
Along with religious tracts, nuns in Mexico often sell rompope, a sort of rum-spiked eggnog.
Special Sauce: Varieties of Mexican Salsa
In Mexico, there's no meal without salsa
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