Cactus is an important historical and cultural symbol in Mexico. But, it is also a staple in Mexican cuisine! You will find cactus everywhere, from fine dining to street food, from tacos and fajitas to juices.
Mexican culture has a detailed history and an extensive territory which makes it complicated to understand, yet fascinating. It is well known for its geography, language, religion, festival, art, and especially FOOD!
Tequila has been a most loved drink for centuries. It is made from the distillation of juice from the blue agave plant. Pure tequila is made of 100% blue agave, whereas Mixito tequila is mixed with sugar or…
Margarita is the basic template of tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice, which calls for simplicity. It is always open to suggestions and has played the role of the foundation for many complex concoctions.
‘Quesadilla’ in Spanish means ‘little cheesy thing’. September 25 is recognised as National Quesadilla Day. It encourages you to pull up a chair in your favourite Mexican restaurant and reward your belly with some..