Mexican Cooking & Culture
Back Strap Loom Weaving has been practiced since pre-Hispanic times
If you are interested in the crafts and artisans of Mexico, Teotitlán del Valle, a small Mexican village near Oaxaca city is a must visit.
For somewhere that doesn’t grow a lot of cacao itself, Oaxaca punches above its weight in the chocolate department. It’s mostly consumed in a drink but there are plenty of blocks around too. Check out this Oaxaqueño Chocolate recipe and tutorial if you’re interested in…
There is no better combination than the red and green tomato with that touch of chile de árbol.
First off it has nothing to do with Halloween, is not sad and is a happy celebration of life.
https://youtu.be/BjbluvNC4Eg Most know Tequila as something you shot before a wedge of lemon and salt but few realise that it’s also a scenic town in the Sierra Madre Mountains in western Mexico – 52kms out of Guadalajara. Tequila is also a UNESCO World Heritage…
One of our favourite things about travel is learning about different cultures and people and over the last few months we’ve picked up on a few cultural differences in Mexico