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Posted by Anais Martinez on December 6th, 2017 under General
Colors, traditions, aromas, and poinsettias fill the streets and homes of Mexico from around mid-December until Christmas. Contrary to other countries, Christmas in Mexico is celebrated for more than just a few days, starting on the 16th of December (with the remembrance of Mary and Joseph's...
Posted by Anais Martinez on November 20th, 2017 under General
If you're ever in Mexico, you’ll probably stumble upon an immense variety of spicy sauces. They come in so many different colors, textures, densities, and levels of heat. It could easily be said that there are no rules when it comes to Mexican salsas!
 

 
With a few exceptions, such...
Posted by Dora Stone on November 14th, 2017 under General
Mexico has a deep love affair with chiles, and one of the ways that we love to use them is in hot sauce. There are many different varieties and brands of hot sauce available in North America, with varying degrees of heat and flavor. Mexican hot sauces are usually made with dried chiles, some sort...
Posted by Anais Martinez on October 31st, 2017 under General
Day of the Dead (or Día de Muertos) is one of Mexico’s most iconic holidays, and it is now known throughout the world. Named as Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO in 2008, Día de Muertos is when we remember and honor our deceased loved ones with the hope that they will travel back from the...

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