Sometimes the news just doesn’t let up. Over the last couple of weeks, there has been a tsunami of articles related to Mexico. I’ve gathered some of the my favorites here for you to check out, highlighting everything from AMLO to the World Cup. The former US Ambassador to Mexico […]
As the Las Vegas Culinary Union loses jobs to automation and technology, you have to wonder how these twin issues will affect Mexico in the next administration. I was sitting […]
I’ve recently written about the up and coming wine region in Central Mexico. It’s an area loosely defined as in and around Queretaro, San Miguel Allende, Tequisquiapan and Ezekiel Montes. 20 years ago this area wasn’t even on a wine lovers map. But you could’ve said that about the Guadalupe […]
If you love mezcal and are not connected to Susan Coss and Mezcalistas, you’re missing out. Check out her recent post on the Mezcalification of Oaxaca. It’s more than just […]
For years the Valle de Guadalupe has been the center of the wine world in Mexico. Is that about to change? I first went to Baja California in the spring […]
A renaissance man. How else to describe a man who moves with the ease of a chameleon between computers, graphic arts, photography, action figures and that wonderful elixir from Mexico, […]
Here they are… the mid-month Mexico News links, personally curated by me to keep you informed about What’s up in Mexico!
Here’s the bare bones… Susan Coss, Max Garrone and their team from Mezcalistas put on a great event Sunday in San Diego. Held at an expansive site called Bread & […]
No trip to the wine region of Queretaro will be complete without visiting one of the local artisan queserias. This area, known as Ezekiel Montes and Tequisquipan is dotted by dozens of wineries and cheese houses. It’s also a foodies delight. Prepare yourself for an adventure as you sample these […]
Let me just say that the Calendar Musuem in Queretaro is one of the best off beat museums I’ve ever been. Located in the heart of the historic center of Queretaro, the 2 bucks you’ll pay to get in is worth it just to see the extensively renovated 17th Century facility.